I've seen some nice Jobi animals with milking stars and championships. I've heard a few people talk about liking the lines. I think its saying something for the quality of the animals if they at least have a reputation for having nice show animals even if people don't really know much about them specifically. These days, not having an internet presence can really hurt your potential business with show goats. People in their immediate area are more likely to be more familiar with them. But I do have to say I've heard of them and based on what I've seen they breed animals that win.
This showed up on the ADGA website, Top Ten Nigerian Dwarf Breed Leaders Volume #55. Says it was last updated August 2010, so I assume that was who was leading for that month:
All-Time NIGERIAN DWARF Milk Production Record Holder
AGS JOBI FAWN 4*M PD1360584 2006 03-10 305 1720-92/5.3-64/3.7
Bred by: Mrs. J B Jelke, Texas
Right alongside a bunch of Rosasharn, Promisedland and Pholia Farms on the list. I've always been curious about Jobi as well and wish I could get more info on them. Its one of the "outside" lines I'd be interested in incorporating over here on the west coast. I managed to get some Piddlin Acres and Ceasar Villa but a lot of my lines are the typical Rosasharn, Camanna, Pholia, etc. Not bad herds AT ALL, just would love some more genetic diversity by bringing in top lines popular in other parts of the country. Jobi might not be a bad one to look for.