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Dave (TDG Farms) S.E. Washington State
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We have 3 dairy (currently) bucklings still available. 2 were pulled from our pack goat program and one was a buy back.

The Alpine was suspected to have a fractured hind leg (but didnt) so the buyer choose a replace ment boy. Now the boy is fine but spooky from not being handled.
Sold as a pack wether = $150.00

Sould as a breeder = $200 w/o papers. $300 with.

The Lamancha (An A.I. Baby) we pull because no one had any interest in a Lamancha pack goat. So we were thinking of keeping him and using him to breed our younger stock for cross bred dairy prospects but decided against it. We dont keep crosses and the temptation to keep Alpine / Lamancha crosses would be to much to resist :) This boy was a bottle baby and super tame.
Sold as a pack wether = $150.00
Sould as a breeder = $200 w/o papers. $300 with.

The Toggenburg / Alpine cross boy was a buy back from a locale couple who bought 2 bred does and didnt wanna see the boy go for meat. He was a triplet outta a first freshening yearling and was small at birth and is still kinda small for his age. This boy was a bottle and dam raised and is super tame.
Sold as a pack wether = $75.00
Sold as a breeder = $150 w/o papers.

We are located in S.E. Washington State.
 

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Dave (TDG Farms) S.E. Washington State
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Ok, got some very quick pictures :) A few things to note. The togg cross isnt that narrow in the front. The Alpine is scared and scrunched down. He is pretty impressive in his pee stance :) Which I wasnt willing to wait for on them. Was trying to get a width and shoulder shot of the Lamancha boy as he has outstanding shoulders but the lighting and his crooked stance dont show his shoulders. Will update with better pics if anyone is interested.

Sire to the the Alpine and Togg/Alpine Cross: http://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A001623848

Alpines Dam: Not registered yet as we like to check udders before we register. She will be papered this fall.
Here is her Dams pedigree:http://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A001292834
Here is her Sires pedigree: http://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=A001467346

Lamancha was an A. I. breeding so will have to wait for the brains of the outfit to supply that info.
Dam:
Sire:http://www.adgagenetics.org/GoatDetail.aspx?RegNumber=L001458068
 

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Dave (TDG Farms) S.E. Washington State
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hehe ya I know hiker. I kinda do pack goats too... :) Non of these boys were expected to be offered for general sale so just wanted to give anyone on here a shot before I focus strictly on my pack goat resources.
 
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