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Starter Dairy Goat Herd, In Milk ( Goats )

Posted: 05/01/2019

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I have a small starter herd of 3 does, all in milk, and 1 unrelated buckling. So 4 goats all together. My husband's health issues are forcing us to downsize or disperse my goat herd. I'm almost out of goats.

The oldest doe, Fame, is only a 3rd Freshener. She's half Kiko and half Alpine. She kidded a single the first year and twins the 2 years since then. She keeps milking longer than most goats, and last year gave me 3 quarts per day. She was a twin when born.

Next is a purebred Alpine, Prancer. She gave me twins as a first freshener. She was also a twin herself.

Finally there's Bianca, meaning white. Guess what colour she is?
She's 3/4 Saanen and 1/4 LaMancha. She gave me a large single this Spring. She was a twin.

All 3 are in milk, as I said, so you need to have a milking stand before you get them, as they won't be able to wait while you get things set up.

The buckling, Crimson, is also a twin, very friendly and heavy. He's 1/4 Boer, 1/4 Nubian, 1/2 Saanen, so he has both meat and high butterfat milk to offer. His sons will reach a nice market weight, and his daughters will have plenty of milk to raise kids quickly to market weight. His mother (Boer/Nubian) is one of my special friends and she'll be with me until she dies. She gives a lot of thick rich milk, has a lovely milking udder, and good hooves. So her son, even though he is a real mixture, has much to offer a homestead goat crop.

All of them are horned. All of them are free ranged over around 100 acres.

Delivery is possible.

It is almost impossible to reach me by phone, because we are gone to the VA hospital a lot of the time. Email is the only way to reach me. As soon as I see your message, I'll email you back. No requests for return calls or texts will be responded to, only emails right now.

Posted by: MARIA BARKER    State: KY   Zip: 42129

Posted in KENTUCKY>>    Category GOATS>>   Posted 05/01/2019

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