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Cuba

Goat, Kiko, Wether (male) | Black

DOB: 4/9/2017 (1 yr)

Sire:
Zulu

Zulu

KikoBuck (male)Black
AKGA# 16P143SAP3, NKR# N16M0143SAP7DOB: 3/1/20162 yrs
Herd Sire — A Kiko American Purebred and a CGI SAP Highland Genghis buckling progeny, “Zulu” (formally Highland 143) weighed in at 8.0 lbs. on March 1, 2016. Zulu joins us from the Highland Meadow Farm in the Green Mountains region in Vermont’s Champlain Valley. With two breeding seasons under his hooves, to date, Zulu has sired 7 bucklings and 2 doelings. In his first year he threw 2 bucklings; from one dam, and during the second season; 5 bucklings and 2 doelings, from three dams. Zulu is very healthy, easy to handle, presents slow growing hooves, is highly parasite resistant and is putting weight on like a college freshman.
 AKGA# 16P143SAP3, NKR# N16M0143SAP7 Black
Dam:
Ratu

Ratu

KikoDoe (female)Chamoisee/Facial Stripes
AKGA# 15P250KNR13, NKR# N15F0025KNR6DOB: 3/19/20153 yrs
Herd Queen — A Kiko American Purebred and a PJM Blue Print doeling progeny, “Ratu” (formally Stanton’s Twister) weighed in at 7.37 lbs on March 19, 2015 — with a 90 day weight of 41 lbs. Ratu joins us from the Stanton Brook Farm, which lies in the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. Ratu’s dam, KNR Stanton’s Cloudy is twin ranked and twinned in her first freshening. Ratu is single ranked and delivered twin bucklings in her first freshening (2017); 9.2 lbs and 8.0 lbs. In Ratu's second freshening she delivered triplet bucklings; 5.6 lbs., 7.2 lbs. and 6.4 lbs. Ratu consistently displays low FAMACHA scores, has terrific mothering instincts, great udders and is highly parasite resistant.
 AKGA# 15P250KNR13, NKR# N15F0025KNR6 Chamoisee/Facial Stripes

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Price:

$300

On the hoof

Other: Dressed/hanging (additional $40)

Description

Grass fed meat goat, AKA Chevon or Cabrito, for sale. Putting weight on daily.

Gentle and affectionate, would also make a great 4H or family farm goat.

Updated 5/7/2018