W4’s Sir Royal Roan
5th gen Buck, Born 2013
For Sale: $500, $550 if he earns his +B before leaving
Royal is a very special boy to us, we brought him home as a 2 month old after he took 2x Grand Champion Junior Buck at the Wine Country Classic. He went on to earn Grand Champion Junior and Senior in the Vshow, as well as 2x Reserve Champion. He’s a shorty, just over 25 inches at the shoulder, but he gets the job done, and his kids have done super well in live and virtual shows! Hoping his 2 daughters in our herd will earn their production stars this spring so he will earn his +B.
Out of Echo Hill’s Sweeties Sonora by Crooked H Black Magic
Daughters in herd are Romy and Eloise.
Breezee Creek’s L1 & L2
4th gen Bucklings, Born 2/2/2019
For Sale: $100 for black wether
FOR SALE: $400 for Red Buck
Buck #1 if tricolored with silver moonspots and frosted ears,
Buck #2 is red with cream moonspots and frosted ears.
This is Eloise’s first freshening, but we already feel both the quality of these bucklings and of Eloise’s udder are worth promoting these boys as breeders. These are very nice, stylish, solid, boys. And their dams udder is quite nice already, with a well defined medial, globular udder, and nicely placed teats.
Out of Breezee Creek’s Lady Eloise by Blackberry’s Moon Man
Breezee Creek’s Lady Charlotte
Sale Pending to Tiffany Wilcox
She is a 2nd generation mini Nubian (67.58%/32.42%) Doeling
Born June 4, 2015
Charlotte is from our doe Breezee Creek’s Miracle of Miracles first batch of kids.
She’s seriously BRIGHT white all over, no markings to be seen. Very pink skin, pale, pale blue eyes, almost white with just a hint of blue and some marbling.
She’s VERY wide throughout, good blending of neck and shoulders, good rear leg angulation, and a SUPER sweet personality. She’ll walk right up to you and wait to be petted. She will be available after weaning her kids at 8 weeks of age.
Breezee Creek’s Holly *P
For Sale: $350
Holly is a 3rd gen Mini Nubian (64.54%/35.46%) Doeling
Born April 6th, 2016
Holly is Maizie’s first daughter, the youngest in a set of triplets!
She’s got the sweetest little face, her sire’s coloring, her mama’s length, and width from both of them. She earned her production star on her first freshening via MDGA One Day Milk Test. Some of our highest milk production and show genetics come together in this little girl. She will be available after weaning her kids at 8 weeks old.
BCF Legacy’s To the Moon and Back
For Sale: $300
Becky is a 2nd generation mini Nubian (67.28%/32.72%) Doeling
Born March 26, 2016
Becky’s dam is Proverbs 31 Adelle *P! Her dam earned her star in production as a 2nd freshener, giving 7.8 lbs in 24 hours! Her dam has actually peaked above a gallon, though not on official test. Becky is sweet, quiet, curious.
She has a long barrel, wide chest and face, level topline and moonspots!
She’s the first in our herd to carry these unique spots, and we’re hoping to see many more spots and heavy milkers come from this girl!
She will be available after weaning her kids at 8 weeks old.
About Our Whethers: We would like to get $100 for them. They are from proven lines, and their mothers are on site as well. We only ask that they have a happy life. The reality is that their life as a whether will go in either one of three directions, they will become a family pet and a companion for other animals on a farm, they will be a pet that lives life as a brush eater, or they will become meat for a families table. We implore any that buy one of our animals, particularly our whethers, that they will be treated kindly. That they will not be tethered for longer than two hours at a time and will be allowed fresh air and quality alfalfa and the same regular care and treatment as you would any other quality animal on your property. We also strongly suggest that you refrain from feeding any goats prepared goat chow or goat feed (it is too sweet with molasses, and blocks mineral absorption) and that bucks and whethers are NEVER fed grains of any kind! Grain causes the growth of Uric Calculi and will kill a boy goat within days often before you know he was suffering. The only way to prevent this is to feed them Ammonium Chloride which is proven to have its own side effects over time.
Lastly, If you buy a whether for meat, that he be killed at time of slaughtering in such a way that he will be so happy he won’t even realize what is coming and that it is done quickly and precisely to prevent any needless suffering. GOD’s word says we are to regard the life of our beast. I cannot with a clear conscience sell any of my goats to anyone I am not confident will take this concept seriously.