This is a notice to all of the visitors and customers coming to our website. As of
2014, we will no longer be a member of any Boer Breed registry association! The
statement has now been made and a ton of weight has been lifted from our shoulders.
Now what does that mean for our current customers, people on the waiting list and
potential future customers?
We will continue to raise Boer goats.
We will continue to have our website and add focus to providing more assistance to
new breeders and people considering raising Boer goats.
All of the animals on our farm as of December 31, 2013 will be registered fullbloods.
New kids born after 2013. Breeders purchasing them, will be able to have them registered
by application. That means the sire and dam are already registered and if the buyer
would like them registered, they will just send a form in to the association of their
choice to have them officially registered.
People wanting to purchase new kids born after 2013 and are not interested in the
animals being registered will receive a discount on the purchase price. This would
include breeders of commercial herds or people breeding for 4H/FFA where the animals
may not be required to be registered..
Each year, we will be donating a fullblood buck and doe to breeders that can pick
them up. That will be one person getting a buck and another person getting a doe.
We will continue to focus our breeding program on the characteristics we believe
can be financially justified. (See Standards)
We will continue to document our herd teat and udder research results allowing potential
buyers to better understand what they may expect from offspring from our herd. (See
We will continue to implement our program to raise genetics that are more resistant
to worms so potential buyers will understand the worm management techniques used
at the farm their purchased animals came from (see worm management)
We will no longer be purchasing additional Boers to add to our herd.
In the future, we will not be worrying about the following:
Changes in the direction, rules or issues related to Boer registry associations.
Changes in the new looks judges will prefer.
Harassment for voicing an opinion and sharing the opinion with other breeders.
The future can be wonderful once you decide to Break Free!