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Mini McThompson Farm Stacey Thompson. 34 Tuxward Rd, Hartly, 19953. Phone: 302-492-8084 E-mail: We have great genetics and a lot to offer, We have the rev. grand champion cross bred doe for the 2006 Del. state fair and Del state expo and the grand champion and over all grand champion cross bred doe for Carloine county fair Maryland. come and see her offspring.

Mule Run Sherry A. Blessing 1931 Bowman Road, Milford, DE 19963 302- 422-5746

Walton Farms Georgetown -

Blue Jean Acres - Here at Blue Jean Acres we breed replacement breed does, show weathers and show does. We also have a small number of Nubians does. We have had best Delaware bred buck, Champion Purebred yearling doe, Senior Champion cross-bred does, and many first places in market classes at the Delaware state fair. Also, grand champion cross-bred doe and Grand Champion paint doe at the keystone show, 2008 in Pa. Also, Grand Champion cross-bred doe at the De expo in 2007. 302-236-2107 or (18782 Harbeson Rd Harbeson DE 19951)

Sandyland Boer - Wayne and Julia Moore, 752 Equitation Lane, Felton, DE 19943

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