We are selling our two beloved milking does. They both have the sweetest, friendliest personality. Our children are out with them almost every single day, they are not shy or easily spooked and they absolutely love attention. Selling due to no fault of their own, our family keeps growing and so we are going through more and more milk, so we have decided to upgrade to full size breed. Holland (the light colored one) is due to kid end of March, last year she had triplets. Isla (brown one) is sometime around that time, but I think it will be a little later than Holland, last year Isla gave us twins. They are bred by the same buck, who is not registered, though he could have been I have unfortunately been slack with my paperwork for him and have given up on the ADGA. I am their second owner, I bought them from a clean and reputable breeder (can give their information if wanted) We have not had any health issues with them at all. They always have free access to a good mineral, to good hay, and we yearly give them cooper bolus.
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I am hoping to sell them before they kid, I just have too much on my hands right now to deal with kidding season and more kids while trying to transition to full size breed. (I still have their unregistered kids from last season if interested in them?! 2 doelings and 3 wethers)
They give a steady amount of milk! Last year was their second kidding and we were getting a gallon a day from the two of them. Very easy to milk, Isla has a very soft, buttery udder and nice teats. Holland's teats are a little smaller so not has smooth, but I hand milk them and have no issues with it at all. They are very eager to jump on the milk stand and stand well for milking. They come from great milk lines. They kid very well and unassisted and they are great mothers.
Asking $450 each. They have been with each other their entire life, so I would really love to see them go together, but would consider separating if going to a home with other goats. Will not sell just one to a family that does not have other goats. They have to have a companionship.
Located in the Grantsburg, WI area
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