Purebred Does

HMK Jocelyn - Purebred

Jocelyn is our Alpha Doe here on the farm. Her open weight is an average of 135 -140  pounds.  She is an  excellent mother, and easily a favorite here at the farm.


Jocelyn and "Rico"teamed up this year. Jocelyn had triplets this year on 8 March 2021. 2 bucks and a doe,  unfortunately one of the bucks was stillborn.


HMK Jolie - Purebred

Color, color, color! This multicolored doe has size, color and great mothering ability. She's an easy keeper with great feet. We call this girl our 'hammer'. She is second in command here at the farm.


Jolie and "Rico" teamed up this year and kids should hit the ground around March 2021

CBK 4072 Freyja - Purebred

She's our best mother on the farm.  Even though she is an average size Kiko doe, she is an attentive mother, has a perfect udder and is an easy keeper. This Doe never disappoints us and always kids and raises her kids unassisted. 

Freyja and "Rico" teamed up this year. Freyja took a break this year and kidded a really nice single doeling on 11 March 2021. She’s always been a great producer and mama. Her kidding numbers are 2-3-3-3-1.

WHF E70 Lucie - Purebred

Dual Registered (NKR/AKGA)

In my husbands words "we have got to have her".  This red doe is stunning! Tall, long, brilliant white eyes. Her lineage boasts a ton of size with Sarah's Son and Wild Bill on the top and Hoss and Black Paradox on bottom. Talk about the perfect goat! This girl has it all - hearty, size, outstanding maternal's and great feet.



Lucie and "Rico" teamed up this year. Lucie kidded triplet bucks on 16 March 2021


DOG Tove - Purebred

Pure white with frosty white eyes! Tove is a stocky built doe with a nice deep chest and stout legs. We are looking forward to her first kidding Spring 2021

Tove and Hamish teamed up this year and as a FF, she kidded twin  does on 9 March 2021

DOG Kentucky's Bourbon - Purebred

This was a doe that was hard to let go off the farm. She was raised a twin with her brother and astonished us with her growth and ADG milestones. Lucky for us, the folks who bought her retired and allowed us to buy her back. She's a huge, long legged doe that has the genetics we like on our farm

Bourbon was first to give us our 2021 kids. She had triplets. A boy and two girls on 6 March 2021