Stocks Farms Nubians
Stocks Farms Nubians is a ADGA registered, CAE negative herd. We have been raising purebred Nubians for fifteen years and are very happy with the improvement we have seen over those years. For the past five years we have brought in several does and bucks from Saada Dairy Goats in Wyoming and we have loved the impact they have had on our herd. You can visit their website to see the dams of our current bucks.
This year we started kidding on Feb 1 with Mimsy giving us three bucks. We will have 18 more kid in Feb, then another 15 in May. We will have milking does, doelings, bucklings, and wethers for sale. I will try to put pictures up as they come up for sale, but kidding season is always crazy! If you see a doe you like, email us and we will let you know if she or her kids will be/are for sale.
Please note that we require deposits for any bucklings or wethers. Otherwise, they will be dam raised and will not be disbudded. These will be available for meat at the current market price as soon as they are big enough.
We also be selling goat milk for pet consumption at $10 a gallon. Let us know if you'd like to buy some!
On this website are some of our does with their information. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saada Revealed Mark aka Astro
Dam:LH Mountain Vista Kwanza
Sire: Saada Elias Revelation
Astro is a large, beautiful buck. This is a year old picture of him. I will try to get pictures of his doelings up. We can't wait for them to freshen in May so we can see the udders! He also bred about half the does that will kid this year.
Saada Mac's Gidion
Dam: GCH Saada Sparkling Zinfindel
Sire: Saada Casimir MacCleary
Gideon is a very tall, elegant buck. In the past year, he has also matured into a very powerful buck. The kids he gave us last year were all very uniform in appearance with long, well shaped legs, flat backs and rumps, and width throughout, plus beautiful Nubian heads; almost all appraised as V kids.
His kids have all kidded now, and they are giving us some milk! Several of them as yearlings are already making over six pounds. Their udders are well shaped and well attached. All in all, we love the impact he has made on our herd!
I will try to get a picture of him in the coming weeks. He is black with frosted ears and threw everything from pure brown to black to some crazy spots.