This is a directory of Boer-Goat-Idaho and if you wish to add your details or change details then please use the Directory Form.
GRAYS CREEK RANCH - We started our Boer goat business three years ago and loving every minute of it. We have percentage Boer and Saanan. Lisa Shine. 2355 S. Grays Creek, Indian Valley. ID. 83632. Phone: 208-256-4352. www.Grayscreekgoats.com. E-mail: email@example.com
Morning Sun Boer Goat Ranch - We are raising mainly fullblooded boer goats. We have a couple purbred does and 1 percentage doe. We are trying to keep our herd small so it is easier for us to manage, and also so we can raise quality goats.Leah and Cory White, 13266 Allgood Lane, Cataldo, Idaho, 83810Phone: 208-682-9557 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
GIFFORD ACHE-R-AGE - We live at New Plymouth Idaho. We raise Full Blood, Purebred, and Percentage Boers. We keep around 50 to 60. We have traditional, paints, and solild reds.Contact: Wayne Gifford E-mail: Wayne_Gifford1@msn.com, URL: gifford-ache-r-age.com/Main.htm, PO Box 81, New Plymouth, Idaho, 83655, Phone: 208-871-0468
Salubria Valley Meat Goats - Mikel Wallace2878 Fort Road, Cambridge, ID 83610208-257-3617 email@example.com://www.salubriavalleymeatgoats.com
Bear Bottom Farm - Dale and Teresa Morlan376620 Highway 95, DeSmet, ID 83824208-274-2234 firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian Head Farm - We are located just outside the historical town of Wesier, Idaho, beneath Indianhead Mountain. Our goal is to raise healthy, happy goats while sharing our knowledge with all who would ask. The Hernandez Family 781 Pringle Rd. Weiser, Idaho. 83672 (208)549-1057 hornsnogle @ msn.com
Copper Penny Ranch - Camille and Dan O'ConnorPO Box 801, Athol, ID 83801208-660-6429 email@example.com
Sand Creek Boers - Garth and Ruthelda Holm786 E 900 N, Shelley, ID 83274208-346-6677 firstname.lastname@example.org://www.ida.net/users/tonyd/Ruthelda/index.htm
Sterner Farms Boers - We are located in Pingree, ID. We are just 15 miles Southwest of Blackfoot. We raise seedstock, commercial does and bucks, as well as top notch wethers for show. Our goal for all our customers is that they have a "great Goat experience" We educate and inform our clients as well as ourselves constantly. Our goal for our does to be fantastic mothers, milk well and our kids have vitality when they hit the ground. Our bucks pass on meat and bone structure to ensure that we are raising "meaty meat goats". If you are interested in purchasing quality animals, please give us a call. 208-684-5294 or 208-681-4365 or visit us on the web at sternerfarmsboers.com. Boer-Goat-Idaho
MEYER'S - Gary W. & Greta L. Meyer. 50 North 100 West Jerome, Idaho 83338 email@example.com TEL: 208 324-4936
WOLFMOON - Betty Cory. 150 Little Carpenter Cr. Rd. Fernwood, Idaho 83830. firstname.lastname@example.org TEL: 208 245-2744
SALUBRIAVA VALLEY MEAT GOATS - Mikel Wallace. 2878 Fort Rd. Cambridge, Idaho 83610. email@example.com TEL: 208 257-3613. Boer-Goat-Idaho
DESERT STAR RANCH - Becky Gates. Caldwell, Idaho. Becky@Desert-Star-Ranch.com TEL: 208 453-2728
Legends Farm colored Boer. Producers of colored Boer goats and Sporthorses.
Fullblood, Percentage and Commercial Boer goats. Located in North Idaho.
website: www.LegendsFarm.webs.com. email: LegendzFarm@yahoo.com
Weiser River Boer Goats. Located On Weiser River Road just 5 miles East of Historic Weiser Idaho. We raise fullblood, purbread, and percentage boar goats. We are very active with 4-H and strive to raise healthy strong kids. Contact us at 208-549-3766 we are at 1851 Weiser River Rd, Weiser, Idaho. Ed and Terry Watts. Give us a call or drop an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clearwater Ranch Boers. Well the story goes we started out with getting 2 goats to utilize as weed burners. From there it grew into a 4-H project for our daughter which then evolved into our raising and breeding the Boer Goats. At first we couldn't comprehend how one little goat could cost so much, but we soon found out. We started with the 2, bought 2 more and they kept coming until we ended up with 12 does and 2 bucks. We bred six of our does that kidded this February, (we also learned you don't pasture breed because chances are good they will all kidd around the same time and they did!) we ended up with 12 healthy, vibrant and beautiful babies. So that is the gist of our story and on top of our kids and all the 4-H we have met and been blessed with friends that we now consider family. Thank you to everyone out there who has gave us advice, taught and showed us the way. We are a work in progress but we are getting there and we have had so much FUN in the process! Thank you, The Davis Family. Boer-Goat-Idaho