Buck Service

 

We have currently 4 different bucks available for buck service.

All bucks are dewormed, deloused and CAE + CL negative tested.

 

 

The Bucks: 

 


#1 Rupert - High Quality Boer Buck
 
Rupert comes from thoroughbred boer goat blood lines, with national champions on the sire's side and ennobled show does on the dam's side. He was born 7/2/2013 and is ready for service in Fall 2014.
 
Registred Pedigree: 

Sire: NorseMan - 100% Commercial, Paint

          Sire: Rowdy River Ranch Little Man Tate

          Dam: Delphina 100% Boer dappled in color

 

Dam: Wild Irish Rose - Traditional

          Sire: Leaning Tree BH. Big Ben x96

          Dam: SDM MBG Foxtrots Marilynn 

 


#2 Max - Paint Boer Buck
 

Offspring of Rupert. Max has a touch of Nubian from his dam's site in him, which gives him the husky looking markings. Yet he is a very well built boer buck. All his offspring so far is boer built with beautiful, unique markings.


#3 Jerry Lee - Nigerian Dwarf 

Jerry Lee is sweet as pie. He is easy to handle, gets every job done and his offspring comes in various colors. He is also suitable to cross breed with small dairy goats. Jerry Lee can do the buck service at our place or go to your place. But be aware, as short as he is, he is the only one of our goats, that will jump a 4 ft fence!


#4 Ragnar - Oberhasli
 

Young Ragnar comes from great dairy lines and is a very mellow guy. He has proven himself already and produces first class offspring.


Requirements and Prices

In order to preserve the health and quality of each goat, we require a negative CAE and CL test of your doe. We can assist you with the testing, click here for info to CAE and CL testing.

 

The price is $40 each breeding for one doe.

For each additional doe, if sired by the same buck, we charge only $35 each.

 

We prefer to get the does in heat. Therefore the stud fee includes two days of boarding for your doe(s). 

For each day after that we charge $5/day for feed and care. Discounts for groups of does available.

 

A Marking Harness shows when your doe is bred. If the buck goes for service to your place, the harness can go with him, so you can see how things are going.