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We offer Full Bloods, Purebreds, and Percentages and have Brood, Show, and Commercial Stock available. We breed all colorations and patterns of Spotted and Dappled Boers including mahogany/white, red/tan, black/white, black/tan, lemon/white, caramel/tan, and tri-colors.
We offer many different bloodlines of spotted and dappled Boer goats which we have developed and that are unique to us. We strive to produce a quality, colored goat with generations of spots behind them that will be productive and competitive.
We do not flush; all our animals are conceived naturally. Not every spotted goat we produce is sold or retained. We cull hard and offer for sale only animals that we would use in our own breeding program. We limit the number of spotted and dappled bucks that we offer each year and sell only top quality animals whose conformation, coloration and breed character will make them an excellent stud buck candidates. The cull animals are wethered, then sold as show wether prospects or sold for meat or hides.
This dedication to quality has made our spotted and dappled goats very competitive in the show ring and as producers.
Each year we are keeping current by infusing new genetics into our spotted herd. We have incorporated some of the finest genetics in the country, both old and new, into our spotted breeding program including CODI/PCI, T4 SCORPIO, T4 POCKA DOT, FHF POLKA PRADA, RRD RUGER T307 *Ennobled, TC1 RAWHIDE *Ennobled, TC1 DIESEL, Agnew’s FUTURE LEGEND and 2DOX LUGER to name a few.
Our Spotted & Dappled goats are doing well in the show ring; we have many ABGA Show Champions and the first ABGA Ennobled dappled buck, Ennobled in one show season. We look forward to the Ennoblement of our herd sire, IMAX 3-D in 2011.
We are committed to producing a colored Boer that meets the demands for elegant style, eye appeal, sound structure, and muscle that will move any breeding program forward, whatever your taste in color may be.
We have done the homework for you to have a successful “Polka Dot”, whether it is a single animal or an entire herd.
I personally know of four different breeders that tried to flush “polka dots” and did not get spotted results – without knowledge of what should or will work you might as well play the lottery.
Producing spots and dapples consistently is a challenge that takes several generations to accomplish. When purchasing a spotted or dappled animal with the hope of reproducing that desired coloration, on e needs to examine the pedigree closely.
An animal that has one spotted or dappled parent, whose pedigree includes one or two spotted ancestors in 2 or 3 generations is not going to give you consistent results.
When fancy, show quality animals are produced they are not inexpensive. The benefit is that these animals are desirable and good ones are not so easy find. They have value, be they commercial, percentages, or full bloods.
The interest in quality Reds, Paints, and Polka Dot Boers continues to increase with nearly every major breeder in the industry having at least one “polka dot” in their herd.