GOATS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
BAK FAMILY FARM BFF PATRICK
As ADGA is still not accepting AGS goats, we are making the heart break decision to move along Patty Pat.
Our herd goals require purebred with ADGA or Minis with MDGA registrations, and ADGA just has not resumed accepting AGS goats again much to our dismay.
This guy, to our standards, is buck perfection. It is a shame that paperwork is holding him back from shining for our needs. Pat is an in-your-pocket kind of guy. He wants your love, but he's a gentle love bug about it. We trust him even with the smallest weaning bucklings.
HUNGRY FOX MAGIC ZATARAN
Breeding cull out. Fancy yourself a brush muncher?
Will be wethered.
HUNGRY FOX H QUEEN ELEN
Elen freshened with both excellent and disappointing qualities.
I unfortunately do not have the room to retain less than perfection in order to improve on the next generation via the buck pairing.
Elen's teats are too small for my struggling hands to milk. Her mother's were identical, so I do not hold hope that Elen's will improve with time but it could be a case of "my loss, your gain."
She's an otherwise gorgeous doe with all of the other qualities I seek in Nigerians.
SOUTH MOUNTAIN ATHENA
Breeding cull out seeking brush munching life.
DANK FARM HORTON
Horton's got the spots! He's a pretty boy. I like his stockier build, with good spring of rib, overall width.
Horton is not in-your-pocket like Pat is. He is reserved about humans and prefers to leave your pockets alone. He is not fearful and can be managed for routine needs just fine.
Slimming down on Nigerians means big time slimming down on Nigerian bucks. We have two potential new herd sires arriving so will likely retain more of Horton's kids this spring but move him along.
Horton improved the foreudder attachment and medial on his daughter Elen.
Elen's single buckling born in March, seeking wether life.