In year 1975, a group of lectures, researchers and technicians specialist in animal production set up the Spanish Society of Sheep. The Spanish Society of Sheep was born from the concern of these professionals by exchanging knowledge, promoting research, and above all, transfer the latest developments on this species to rural areas through its technicians.
In the IX Conference (1984), the field of action of the Society was expanded into the study of Caprine species, being the Conference held in Granada and Malaga the first that had the name with which we know it today: Spanish Society of Sheep and Goat (SEOC).
The SEOC annually celebrates its scientific conference with itinerant character, so throughout its years of existence has traveled much of the country and a Portuguese town. Scientific sessions have always had a national echo very wide and since the XXII, our event acquired international character.