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B & B BOER GOATS -WILSONS FARM
WELCOME, WE STARTED OUR HERD IN 2000 BENNIE IS A RETIRED RURAL LETTER CARRIER AND I HAVE RETIRED FROM BEING DEPUTY JAILER. WE WANTED SOMETHING TO DO WITH OUR EXTRA TIME. WE FOUND IT! WE REALLY ENJOY WORKING WITH OUR SMALL HERD, ALL OF OUR CHILDREN HAVE MARRIED AND WE MISSED WORKING WITH ALL OF THEM IN FFA AND 4-H. SO NOW WE ENCOURAGE KIDS FROM TOWN TO COME AND SPEND TIME WITH OUR GOATS AND WE HAVE THEM SHOW THEM AROUND THE COUNTY FAIRS WE HAVE HAD SOME SUCCUSS. OUR BLOODLINES CONSIST OF OSCAR, SASQUATCH, KAPTEIN, TOP GUN.
595 JACKSON RIDGE ROAD   WORHTVILLE , KY   41098
BSWILSON5@AOL.COM
bswilson5@aol.com
1076468582   Posted: Tue Feb 10 22:03:02 2004


B's Barn Fainting Farm
We are a small farm in south central Kentucky. We have a herd of 30 + Myotonic (Fainter). Many genetics to choose from. We have the old-timey Black and White plus we have some colors and some with blue-eyes. We have breeding quality and also the small pet quality fainters.All of our Myotonics are registered with the International Fainting Goat Association and our herd consists of Premium fainters.
Telephone: 270-864-3709
  Species: Goat
  Breed(s): Fainter
bsbarnfarm@kih.net
http://home.kih.net/~elena
1097889791   Posted: Fri Oct 15 21:23:11 2004


BOERING ACRES
We started our heard with a 2 Saanans, 2 alpines. bought from a friend that needed to sell them quickly. We relized how much fun raising goats would be we purchased 2 percentage Boer does for fair projects for my 2 children. We decided that breeding and raising meat goats was the direction we wanted to move in and purchased a resonably priced boer buck. We are expanding in the spring with 4 more boer percentage does for a total of 10 does. Our goal is to have 50 breeding meat class does. We are located in North Centeral Ohio on a small farm with great expectations
stedi@copper.ner
 
1130070359   Posted: Sun Oct 23 08:25:59 2005


Back Home Acres
Back Home Acres is located in West Michigan, half-way between Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo. Our farm was started in August of 1995, when we purchased the homestead from Jeannine's mom. The farm has been in the family since 1940, but has not been operational since 1981. Since we are back home for Jeannine, hence the name for the farm. We have five children, ranging in age from 5 years to 20. Dave and Jeannine are both active in the local 4-H club, also at the county and state level. The oldest Erin, has been married for 1 1/2 years, and we are expecting our first grand-child in mid-July. Erin & Bob are both 4-H leaders in our club. The others are 4-H members, and active in numerous projects, the main project being the dairy goats. The youngest is a 4-H clover-bud. Each family member has their special breed of dairy goat. Erin, favors the Alpine and Fainter. Amber's choice is the LaMancha and Fainter. Brian likes the Nubian and Pygmy (he owns a grade Nubian doe and a wether) He has been starting a recorded grade herd. Caitlyn and Jeannine like the Toggenburg and Pygmy. Dave's favorite is the Oberhasli and Alpine. Deanna likes them all, especially the kids!
4217 12th St.   Wayland, MI   49348
Telephone: 616-877-0435
  Species: goat, sheep, horse, rabbit, chicken, duck. Emu
  Breed(s): Alpine, LaMancha, Oberhasli, Nubian, Toggenburg, Pygmy, Fainter, Jacob, Border Leceister, Qtr. Horse
battjesd@aol.com
http://www.agdomain.com/web/backhomeacres
994581554   Posted: Sun Jul 8 04:39:14 2001


Backalley's
My Husband came up with the name because the goats are back by the alley.. Now I wish I would have took more of an interest in the name since I took over the goats.. Cindy Boeck
P O Box 87   Hepler, UMI   66746
Telephone: (620) 368-4319
  Species: goats
  Breed(s): Nubians
backalley@ckt.net
 
985029234   Posted: Mon Mar 19 14:13:54 2001


Backalley's
My Husband came up with the name because the goats are back by the alley.. Now I wish I would have took more of an interest in the name since I took over the goats.. Cindy Boeck
P O Box 87   Hepler, UMI   66746
Telephone: (620) 368-4319
  Species: goats
  Breed(s): Nubians
backalley@ckt.net
 
985029234   Posted: Mon Mar 19 14:13:54 2001


Backalley's
My Husband came up with the name because the goats are back by the alley.. Now I wish I would have took more of an interest in the name since I took over the goats.. Cindy Boeck
P O Box 87   Hepler, UMI   66746
Telephone: (620) 368-4319
  Species: goats
  Breed(s): Nubians
backalley@ckt.net
 
985029234   Posted: Mon Mar 19 14:13:54 2001


Bama Blues Nigerians
South east Alabama weather is great for year round kidding, and I just love having babies around! I started in "92 with grade goats for clearing brush, and found that goats were wonderful and interesting creatures! But grade goats sell cheap, and people often wanted to buy my pet kids to EAT! No Way! So when I lost my herd due to divorce, I promised myself that I would not only have goats again, I'd have small registered goats that cost too much per pound to eat! Nigerians kid easily, and multiple births are the rule, so they won as my choice of breed. My husband of 8 years is a jazz/blues fan, and I love the blue eyes on my goats, so BamaBlues was our chosen name. And all the goats have horns (but none really sing well). I'm new to the paperwork of it all, but love the tiny kids! I bought bred adults with great dairy/show lines from only one breeder, all tested and clear of disease or faults, and keep a totally closed herd. Lines are Betterblues, Greengate, Groundrush, and are "all natural" without a moments sickness or kidding problem. Prices start at $100, but don't go over $250, which would be for a well built well marked blue-eyed doe kid. I take paypal, and $50 holds a kid until pick-up. I do not ship them, but if you know anyone passing near my "farm", that would work fine. I'm just off 231 south outside of Dothan, a common trail for the north/south show routes.
lagata@charter.net
 
1103560737   Posted: Mon Dec 20 11:38:57 2004


Baphomet
Raising purebred nubians in north east indiana since 1999. Home of the the 2001 "Top of Ohio" GCH dry Nubian...Baphomet Marilyn.. Owned and operated by Kevin and Amanda Kirkingburg, with our daughter Paige. We also raise Boer and Percentage Boers for meat.
Telephone: (260)488-2856
  Species: goat
  Breed(s): Nubian, Boer
k-9kingdom@locl.net
www.kirkingburgfarms.com
1087575065   Posted: Fri Jun 18 12:11:05 2004


Bar-Jon Dairy Goats
Bar-Jon is a combination of both our names, Barbara & John Wagner. Our farm, Wagner Farm is located in South central Arkansas, Pine Bluff/White Hall area. We raise and milk three breeds of dairy goats, ADGA registered purebred Nubian, Alpine, and Oberhasli. We also have pygmy goats. We own and operate a full line pet shop and wholesale tropical fish to other pet shops. We maintain over 500 aquariums of tropical fish and goldfish, also we have saltwater fish. We raise and show pigeons. At this time we have over 27 colors of purebred Old English bantams. Great pyrenees dogs are used to guard our animals and we sale the puppies at our pet shop. A must see farm to visit.
700 Longleaf Lane   Pine Bluff, AR   USA
Telephone: 870 247 9634
  Species: goat, great pyrenees, pigeon, bantam, tropical fish, marine fish,
  Breed(s): Nubian, Alpine, Oberhasli
info@wagnerfarm.com
www.wagnerfarm.com
1073700916   Posted: Fri Jan 9 21:15:16 2004


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