Thursday, July 1, 2010

GingerBreadGirl & Rhubarb, and For Sale

After we pick up GingerBreadGirl & her daughter, Rhubarb, in Ohio mid-July we'll be done buying goats for a looong time. We've built up our herd now where we have lots of line-breeding and genetics to work with for future breedings.
We have 23 Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats -
5 Senior Does - red GingerBreadGirl polled, Clara, red Cali, June & SweetPea
4 Junior Does - red Rhubarb "Rhubi", Gabbi, Chamonix, and Pixie
4 newborn doelings - AppalPie, AppalU'dder, AppalLucy, and Peach
3 Bucks - MilkDud, red Cahoot polled, & MoonFire (Pappy)
3 red bucklings - Beaufort polled, Bordeaux, Red Holstein polled
4 wethers - Sundance, Cubby, Clarence, and Grits (great pets and weedeaters)
The goats highlighted in blue are for sale.
All registered with AGS and ADGA.
photo's and info at the weebly site above

Over the July 4th weekend, I'll get another girl-goat-video of the little ones beboppin' around.


Louise said...

You're selling Pixie? I kind of thought she was a favorite of yours!

Tina said...

Awwww, I would buy them all, if I could. They are pricelessly adorable.

IsobelleGoLightly said...

I'm glad you live far, far away or I'd be dealing with your little goats coming here to live!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Yes, Pixie is a favorite, we only sell to loving, forever homes. Pixie's sister, Chamonix, is looking to be strong-show-ring quality.

I thought Pixie and Gabbi as a package would be cute, one is white with black markings, and one is black with white markings.

Dot said...

Hey, John Gray across the pond in Wales said he wanted a couple of goats. Transportation would be a problem of course. They would have to travel first class! Can't you just picture that? "Ladies & Gentlemen & Goats, please fasten your seatbelts."
Happy Holiday!

Anonymous said...

Oh for a house in the country with a fenced-in yard! Then, Pixie would be mine!


Ziggy said...

But you didn't know J-Nels is selling Zita..

Chicken Boys said...

If I had the room, I get a goat or two.