In May 2012, we got our first caprine, a LaMancha milking doe and a buckling not yet weaned.
The buckling was a commercial meat cross, white as snow and destined to be the boss.
But Bana was lonely as could be, so off we went to get number three.
Next along, a pgymy/Kiko hybrid, undoubtedly expecting her first kid.
Now, fully with the fever,I have become a believer.
The search for number four will lead to the purebred Kiko breed.
A trade is in progress, 7 goats for a steer no less. Now there is eleven, I think I'm in heaven!
Nope, one more will do, alas, another LaMancha girl is due.
This is the beginning of our farmstead goats, no fancy registrations or top dollar quotes.
Just blackberry vine convertors,100 bill makers, goat soap generators, friends and funniest joke makers!
Sera- 50%Lamancha/50%Kiko Polled Doe
Ok, so I'm not gonna make millions writing poetry... and these goats are just farm goats. Our goal is to use them to manage our weed infested pastures, milk for our family, milk for our soaps, and kids for the meat market.