Boer Does

Our Boer herd started in 2015 with eight commercial does. I strive to increase the percentage registered while still keeping the fertility, good mothering ability, kidding ease, and growth rate. I am still playing with genetics to see if I can make a better goat, some of my does are still commercial because they are good goats.

After January 2021, I will renew my ABGA membership and start registering my does. They all tested negative for Johne's October 2020 and I hope to get some pictures of them uploaded to here. 

Breeding Strategy

Our first time kidders kid within 18 months of life, usually in March if they were born in January dependent on breed. Then they raise their kids and don't get bred again until the fall, normally end of August to September. They kid in January/February and get started on an 8 month breeding cycle. The does kid, raise their kids for 3 months and then get bred again so that they kid in 5 months and the process gets repeated. We don't breed for show goats, we breed for production goats and manage them as such. This doesn't mean that a kid bred by us won't make a good show goat, but our management and feed program isn't tailored for show animals.

Mobirise

This is the sire to most of the girls in my herd.

MAX Boer Goats Black Diamond

Registration ID: 10685251
DOB: 1/29/2015 
     SS:FERN HOLLOW FARM RUGER'S STRIKER FIRE
S:MAX BOER GOATS IMAX 3-D *ENNOBLED* 11/2011 
     SD:MAX BOER GOATS PIKACH
     DS:SNSD POLAR'S 100 PROOF
D: MAX BOER GOATS POLAR PANDAORA
     DD:MAX BOER GOATS UBA8BALL

Mobirise

Does out in the breeding pen preparing for 2021

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Nick & Jessica Berndt
30409 106th Street
Herreid SD 57632

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