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I just brought these little ladies home today. I wanted the boer in front but it was his last 2 goats so had to take the pair. She is a nice looking goat, about the size of a nubian, and wild as fire! Hopefully, we can change that, lol. She has wattles. Not sure which breeds or if all breeds have them but thought I would mention. The goat in back is the one I'm asking about. Thanks
 

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Some sort of Alpine cross.
 

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I can get a closer pic tomorrow. I picked her up at 4 and had to leave for work at 6:30. So I basically only had time to unload them, give them a bit of hay and go to work. She's pretty but she is going to take some time to tame down I'm afraid. Her goat buddy, however, is very tame. And they were the only 2. I would have thought she would be the same. I'm guessing they weren't messed with much.
 

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Here she is. They didn't have a name for her, poor girl, so we decided to call her Wendy Wattles, lol. Spending too much time watching t.v. with the kids I think. Sounds like a kids show character.
 

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She is supposed to be bred to a kiko buck and her boer friend was bred to a boer buck last week, so maybe kiko. If I listened to the story right, she showed up as a kid at the guys house and had been there ever since. He had goats but I put him out of the goat business when I picked up his last two. Seems very long legged compared to all of my goats.
 
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