"Where Every Animal Is Special"
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We began raising goats in 1997 when Teri, our youngest child, was found to be allergic to cow's milk. We started with a grade Alpine/Nubian cross doe who was an excellent milker. Our next addition was a registered Nubian buck, The Schenck's Sir Napoleon Jr., who became our foundation herd sire and can still be found on our Nubian does' pedigrees. After acquiring Junior, we began raising purebred registered and percentage Nubian goats. We hand-milked the does and bottle raised all kids. When Junior died, we bought a new buck, K-Judel Mighty Nero, a nephew of Junior's. Nero can also be found on many of our does' pedigrees.
Throughout the years we have dabbled in Angoras, Pygmies, and Boers, but we have come back around to the dairy goats. We own ADGA Purebred Nubian and LaMancha bucks and offer at least 50% ADGA papers on all doe kid. We have a small nucleus of ADGA Purebred Nubian does, as well as several experimental does.
We still have a small herd of percentage Boer does for commercial market kids. After spending many years struggling to keep a herd that was both show-worthy and low-maintenance, we culled down to our hardiest doe and her yearling doe kid. We are excited to work on this line of healthy, hardy commercial Boers.