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Goats At Waygara

We have quite a few different goats here at the moment. Waygara, Skydreams and Kudumba goat studs are all located here, and the goats from all three studs are run together. We're cutting our herd right back this year, hoping to get down to 25 in total, and will be breeding Boer crosses.

I have made some pages for individual goats, and also groups of goats, but I haven't yet gotten all of the training, care, breeding and other info on here yet, so if you are wanting information, send me a question from the 'contact' page and I will get back to you ASAP. I train goats tricks including kneel, lay, sit, free rear and shake hands, plus carrying packs/riders and pulling carts.

Here is a list of our goats as of 3rd February 2014:

Registered Toggenburgs:

Bucks:

Kudumba Acacia Tyke

Does:

SkyDreams Bella, Kudumba Crysanthium Blossom, Waygara Sunny Acacia, Waygara Sharifs Sunnygirl, Waygara Dollybird, and Waygara Nigella.

Kids:

Kudumba Dorushka, Dolls Dovette and Malkijah

 

Unregistered Toggenburgs and crossbreds/other breeds:

Does:

Pookie and Kambing Jillaroo

Wethers:

Twinkle Surprise

Kids:

Charmant Chevre

 

Boers:

Does:

Mopsy, Dazzle and Annette 

Angoras:

Bucks:

Kudumba Lancelot and Kudumba Palomides

Does:

Croajingalong Pip, Primrose, Dulark Levanna, Dulark Abigail, Dulark Daphne, Paquio Ellie May and Paquio Emmy Lou

Wethers:

TicTac, Percival and Minty

 

In 2011 we made a new milking shed to replace our 3X3m little old one which had served since the day we got goats. It is nice and spacious and easy to clean, and set-up so that I can train other people how to milk goats - a regular pastime for me whenever we have visitors!

Here are two photos of it in construction:

Dazzle, our Boer doe kid at the time, checking it out

This is Kindle, a Toggenburg wether kid who was sold in early October 2011, looking up from his inspection of the saw-stand.