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They arnt pure bred, but the funny thing is the paint is 2yrs old, and the Black is 3, the paint is the same size as him and he ways more. But yes the Black is longer, Im keeeping his daughter to breed to the other buck, the paint might be a pure bred, but I dont know, the black is 75% unregistered
 

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Are you keeping both bucks? Or just keeping the paint? I think you could really play around with breeding does to either one, I'm sure you'll have fun with the paint especially if he throws color.
I keep trying to get my husband into colored Boers and he's so stuck on traditional. I tell him he needs to think outside of the box LOL :)
 

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Are you keeping both bucks? Or just keeping the paint? I think you could really play around with breeding does to either one, I'm sure you'll have fun with the paint especially if he throws color.
I keep trying to get my husband into colored Boers and he's so stuck on traditional. I tell him he needs to think outside of the box LOL :)
Im keeping the Paint to breed the Blacks Doelings, Im also keeping another buck that I have, he is about 6 months old and looks good to me.th Black is Longer but he is a loght weight. He throws great daughters, so Im keeping all of hem that I can.
 

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These are the Black headed daughters born in March!

These are the triplets born in this order

Goat Grass Natural landscape Grassland Plant


1

Natural landscape Plant Dog breed Grass Working animal


2

Plant Dog breed Grass Carnivore Groundcover


3, I pulled her so momma could raise her other two better

Plant Car Vehicle registration plate Goat Grass


She is a twin, Her brother was huge , and looked like pic number one, this little girl is my bottle baby

Plant Carnivore Grass Natural landscape Dog breed


And this one was a single.
 

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Do you know how hard it is to get pics of bottle babies, i mean pictures taken of them standing so they look good, instead of them all up in the camera! They are such a pain
Yes! That's my excuse for why I need to get a fancy new DSLR camera. The faster shutter speed would obviously be good for business (never mind that I'm going to spend more on the camera than on the last 2 goats we bought combined)...
 
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