Our Boer does range from 50% to Full bloods. Many are registered. They are producing nice, correct kids with gentle dispositions that grow quickly. We have a small herd that we are slowly growing. We also have some Nubian and Nigerian does.
Chip is a traditional doe that we bred here and was shown by a local 4-Her. She took Grand Champion Breeding Doe at the Republic County Fair in 2015. She is sired by Apollo, our AK-47 grandson. Her mom is one of our biggest and hardiest does, "Gimpy" (8), who is also one of our favorites. We look forward to crossing her with Smokey, our Smoken Hot Ruger grandson.
Violet is a twin to Chip. She is a very flashy paint. She was bred here and was shown by a local 4-Her. She took Grand Champion Breeding Doe in the Open class at the Republic County Fair in 2015. She is sired by Apollo, our AK-47 grandson. Her mom is one of our biggest and hardiest does, "Gimpy" (8), who is also one of our favorites. We look forward to crossing her with Smokey, our Smoken Hot Ruger grandson.
While we have yet to name this sweet-heart, we are very proud to have been able to add such a nice doe to our herd this year (2014). Her doelings have been showing very well, including Reserve Champion wins in Oklahoma and southern Kansas. Not only were we able to add her to our herd, but also one of her daughters!
Charlotte is our only black boer doe. Her mom is #11. She has several sisters that have won awards in shows in Oklahoma and Southern Kansas. She is very correct and just as sweet.
Riley is a nice, correct doe. She comes from good show lines. She is very sweet and we look forward to seeing her kids.
Our girls out in the pasture. Several of them are either producers of or siblings of fair champions and reserve champions. All of them were selected because we thought they could bring the traits we are looking for into our herd. Most are traditionals with a couple of paints in there, too. If you look closely, you will also see our milk goats!
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DaRay is our oldest son's goat. She is a great milker and is young at just 3 years old (2015). We look forward to seeing her future kids and using her wonderful milk for drinking and soap.