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Boer Bok Stud PO Box 537, Busselton, Western Australia 6280. Ph: (08) 9753 1160 Fax: (08) 9753 1044. Breeders of full blood classic and red Boer goats Established 1997. Inspection of stock is welcome. However as this is a bio secure herd, an appointment is necessary.
ASTONE BOERS, Dianella, Barbara Astone, firstname.lastname@example.org
JANBILLUP FARM BOER GOATS. Kulikup, Robert & Janine Cody. email@example.com
MARANAL FARM BOER GOAT STUD. Standard, Red & Australian Red Boers Nungarin, Marion Cahill. firstname.lastname@example.org
MOOCHAMULLA BOER GOAT STUD. Gidgegannup. John & Christine Power. email@example.com
SWANTO GOATS. Donnybrook. Sue & Craig Oliver. firstname.lastname@example.org
URAWA RED GOATS. The Vines, Kim Nunn, email@example.com
VLEESBOK. Bakers Hill. Brooke Maitland-Smith. firstname.lastname@example.org
When we get a kid drop we carefully look at the growth of all kids, and select a half dozen as possible sires, right now we have a Kalahari infused buck kid that is growing so fast that we have targeted him as a future herd buck. All our sale kids are from registered bucks running with the herd.
If you are raising and selling goats then what is your meat goat breeding plan? Does it work? Are you aiming to supply the Capretto market, milk fed and off the doe at an early age. Or do you aim to supply the chevon kid meat market like we do? We try to meat our processor specifications of 25-30 kg liveweight, and they supply a variety of consumers that include city based middle eastern meat outlets, selected restaurants and some supermarkets. We also target having kids at right weight for Greek Easter, the end of Ramadan and so on when demand is high and so are the prices. Of course getting to the right target weight in as short as possible time isn’t always easy of course. It is all starts with the doe, is she a good mother producing lots of milk, is the kid transitioning onto pasture and developing the rumen at an early age? Then of course there is genetics, is the sire and mother having that big, meaty and fast growing gene set?
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