Price List - Sale Terms and Registration Info

Pricing for ABGA Registered Boer Goats
100% Fullblood Boer Bucklings - $450 & UP
100% Fullblood Boer Doelings - $450 & UP
100% Fullblood Boer Show Wethers - $200 & UP
50% Boer Doelings - $150 & UP
75% Boer Doelings - $175 & UP
88% Boer Doelings - $200 & UP
94% Purebred Boer Doelings - $250 & UP
97% - 99.2% Purebred Boer Doelings - $275 & UP
97% - 99.2% Purebred Boer Bucklings - $250 & UP
All Percentage Show Wethers - $0-$200
Commercial Bucks - $100 & UP

Note:
 - Percentage Kids - additional $15 if ABGA Registration is requested
 - Purebred Kids - additional $20 if ABGA Registration is requested
 - Fullblood Kids - registration is built into the price
 - None of our Kids are disbudded
 - 94% and under Bucks cannot be registered but are eligle for Records of Pedigree
 - 97% and higher Bucks can be registered and so can their offspring
 


Deposits:

Deposits will be lost if the goat(s) is not picked up within 10 weeks. Deposits will be refunded if the goat becomes ill or injured before the date of the purchase or if the buyer changes his mind upon viewing the animal.
 


American Fullblood Classification
Fullblood Does and Bucks
Date 03-28-2007

 From the first imports into the United States in the early 1990s , Fullblood Boers have played a large role in the growth of the American Boer Goat Association and the meat goat industry.  In the early 1990s, Fullblood Boer goats were imported into the United States from countries such as New Zealand, and then later directly from South Africa.  The Fullbloods became the genetic base for future generations as well as the improvement of the native goats within the United States.

 
The foremost level of genetics with ABGA herdbooks is the Fullblood classification.  Fullblood Boer goats are required to originate from 100% fullblood parents either imported or American born from imported genetics.  Fullbloods are enrolled into the ABGA herdbook as 100% Boer genetics.  Fullbloods also qualify for the American Boer Goat Association's Sanctioned Show Program and Ennoblement Points System.    ~Source: www.abga.org
 


American Percentage Classification
Percentage Does and Bucks
Date 04-22-2007

The American classification encompasses a wide range of percentages for does and bucks. The American Purebred genetics are used in many different applications and environments. Commercial producers use Boer bucks to improve the carcass and growth capacity of their native goat herds. Other producers use the American Purebred genetics as methods to infuse improved traits into their herds.

The American herdbook is group into two classifications by percentage of the individual animal. This grouping or classification determines the level, award program and sanctioned show eligibility for the animal.  The percentage group applies to does and bucks under the following:  

Does between 50 percent up to 93.6 percent are eligible for a percentage registration
Does from the percentage classification are eligible to produce registered offspring.
Does between 50 percent up to 93.6 percent are eligible to show in percentage classes under the ABGA sanctioned show program.
Bucks between 50 percent up to 96.7 are eligible for a record of pedigree.
Bucks between 50 percent up to 96.7 can not produce registered offspring.
Bucks between 50 percent up to 96.7 can not show under the ABGA sanctioned show program.     ~Source: www.abga.org
 


American Purebred Does and Bucks
Date 04-22-2007

 The American Purebred classification encompasses a wide range of percentages for does and bucks. The American Purebred genetics are used in many different applications and environments. Commercial producers use Boer bucks to improve the carcass and growth capacity of their native goat herds. Other producers use the American Purebred genetics as methods to infuse improved traits into their herds.

The American Purebred herdbook is grouped into two classifications by percentage of the individual animal. This grouping or classification determines the level, award program and sanctioned show eligibility for the animal. The American purebred group applies to does and bucks under the following:  

Does between 93.7 percent up to 99.9 percent are eligible for an American Purebred registration.
Does from the American Purebred classifications are eligible to produce registered offspring.
Does between 93.7 percent up to 99.9 percent are eligible to show in Fullblood classes under the ABGA sanctioned show program.
Bucks between 96.8 percent up to 99.9 are eligible for American Purebred registration.
Bucks from the American Purebred classification are eligible to produce registered offspring.
Bucks between 96.8 percent up to 99.9 are eligible to show in Fullblood classes under the ABGA sanctioned show program.    ~Source: www.abga.org