For Sale

For Sale

Jasper Farm FG's La Gazzaladra: "Maggie"  $500

Maggie at 3 years

Born February 22, 2014 PN1670433
G6S Normal by parentage

2-01 223 629 Fat 4.0% 25 Protein 4.0% 25

FS71 (+A+F) @ 02-05

This is a tough decision to let this girl go, but I kept a lot of babies last year. I have based my decision on milk production - she is just not as productive as our other does. Her mother and daughter are very milky but Maggie herself is not a high producer. She is drop-dead gorgeous tho, and brings strength of bone and breed character in spades. Wide, level rump, good rear leg angle, strong medial suspensory ligament, exceptionally easy keeper; she benefits from breeding to tall bucks who have potential to pass on a rounder udder.

Polled and Horned (Disbudded) Bucklings

Often I describe personalities...but this is just such a friendly and loving group of kids this year that I would be saying almost the same for each one!

Faith's buckling

Polled buckling; Jasper Farm OM Faith X Oznayim Herb Basil; $400; born 2-17-18  SOLD

Looking for lots of milk and a lovely udder?  This big boy has a very milky mother as a 2-yr old second freshener.  I am retaining his polled sister.

Lizzy and Mitch's buckling

Horned (disbudded) buckling; Oznayim Lizzy X Oznayim Mitch; $350; born 2-22-18

Mitch passes on beautiful udders and both sire and dam here are very milky with strong bone and Old Style Nubian genetics.  Sturdy buckling, he was Lizzy's only kid this year and we are calling him "Little Henry" as our dog Henry was the first to find him after kidding!

Naomi and Mitch's boy
Caris and Herb's buckling

Horned (disbudded) buckling; SG Jasper Farm Kijana's Naomi 2*M X Oznayim Mitch; $450; born 3-7-18

This gorgeous boy is 3 weeks younger than the bucklings pictured with him, and growing fast.  He's got Baba's ears that I hope to see for generations to come, with Superior Genetics and Milking Stars behind him.  I am retaining his sister.

Polled buckling; Jasper Farm OM Mother Caris X Oznayim Herb; $350; born 3-7-18

This photo does not show off his flashy white spots but it does show how good-looking he is...since every goat is purple anyway, right?  🙂  With his spots he looks much like his dad, only with better ears!  A single, he continues to be a big boy and should bring strong bone, breed character, and MILK to any herd.   His price is lower than this breeding will usually be as this is Caris's first freshening.