Dairy Goat breeding bucks - $200 (Otsego, MI)

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I have two bucklings born in March of 2024 ready to go and be herd sires in a herd interested in increasing dairy production and improving the dairy herd.

Charlie was born 3-27-24 out of my consistently highest milking doe who maintains a lactation for 2 years between kiddings. She is large and has had as many as four kids with no problems and healthy offspring. Charlie's sire is also very large. Charlie is a large buck and will be ready to breed by fall. His parents are both Nubian/Lamancha crosses. He has very funny ears, but lots of personality.

Linus was born 3-30-24 to my other highest milking doe, the daughter of Charlie's mother. His father is a pure Nubian, so he is about 3/4 Nubian and 1/4 Lamancha. He is also a large buck and will grow up to be a nice, large buck. He has nice coloring with spots and the long, Nubian ears. His mother also has kidded with no problems and maintains a strong lactation for at least two years. Linus will be ready to breed by fall.

I am charging $200 for each buck, but if they go together, I will sell the two together for $300. They are very attached, both being singles and being together all their lives. Their mothers are mother and daughter, but their fathers are unrelated, so a herd that takes both can use them interchangeably to create an amazing dairy herd. Both boys are large and will be ready to breed in the fall. These boys are NOT miniatures. They need to be paired with large does for successful kiddings.

For more details about our farm and dairy goats, go to www.abbottsustainablefarms.com

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