These are our planned breeding pairs, due spring of 2019. For more information on any individual goat, please see the "does" or "bucks" page. Breeding choices may change and I watch our young bucks grow, so check back regularly!
Petunia and Sam - I am hoping that combining Petunia's tendancy to throw fast growing kids and milk her heart out with Sam's bone and muscling results in big, solid kids that encompass the best of the Kinder breed. Petunia tends to put so much into milk production that she loses condition. I’m hoping that Sam’s propensity to throw “easy keepers” will help alleviate this issue in her kids and result in the best of both worlds.
Lucy and Greg should have wide, solid kids with excellent mammary systems. Their kids should be very balanced and add bone and muscling to lines that tend to be too dairy. They should be long and level and improve rumps in any herd they are a part of. Breeding these two should “lock in” some fantastic rump and udder genetics! I’m hoping that the resulting kids will be the whole package, making them great all around Kinders that can be bred to anyone.
Sam and Maggie should have amazing kids! These kids should be long and level with heavy bone and excellent muscling. Does should have well attached udders and and fantastic milk production. With any luck, Sam’s influence will result in kids that are a hair shorter in the leg and add just a bit more rear width without negatively impacting the length, blending and udder genetics this beautiful doe has.
Pickles and Cricket should have wide, solid kids with great depth of body and solid udder genetics with the ability to milk for extended lactation periods. Hopefully Pickles will add just a hair more length of body to this stocky doe’s kids with losing her beautiful depth and muscling.
Velvet and Sam should have beautifully long, level kids with excellent rumps and briskets. They should have great depth of body and does should have stellar fore udders. I’m hoping that Sam’s heavy bone and muscling will be the perfect compliment to Velvet, who leans slightly more toward the dairy side.