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NUBIAN GOATS

Due to their Middle-Eastern heritage, these goats can live in very hot climates and have a longer breeding season than other dairy goats. They are considered a dairy, or dual-purpose, breed. Nubians are known for a high butterfat yield in their milk, on average, 5 percent or more butterfat content. This amount is surpassed only by that of the Nigerian Dwarf, Pygmy goat and Boer goat breeds, all of which are less likely to be used for large scale milk production such as in a dairy or cheese making. Because of the higher fat content, the Nubian milk has more flavor than lower fat milks. Milk production is lower than other dairy breeds on average

Double Triangle Jordan Jersey
" Jersey"

ADGA Reg#: PN2171889  

Birth Date : 4-9-21

Color: Red Roan, White Ears

Purebred

G6S - N/N (Normal)

Bloodlines:

        GrSire: Foremost Flash's Sparky +B

Sire: Goddard Farm Sir Wallace *B

        GrDam: Goddard Farm Velvet Rose 5*M

        GrSire: Victory Meadows Bettr Than Urs +B

Dam: Lynch's Over Jordan

        GrDam: Victory Meadows Mary Magdelene 

Lil Tumbleweed Sambuca Jill
"Jill"

ADGA Reg#: Pending 

Birth Date : 6-8-21

Color: Black, partial Belt

Purebred

G6S - N/N (Normal)

Bloodlines:

        GrSire: Katstdemur's Rhythm of the Night *B

Sire: O-So-Nice Sambuca *B

        GrDam: Engylskye Forever Nanaimo 1*M

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THESE LITTLE GOATS...

Will Steal Your Heart !

Briquette