Herd Tally

Discussion in 'Goat Frenzy' started by RMADairyGoats, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. RMADairyGoats

    RMADairyGoats New Member

    Jun 19, 2011
    Colorado
    What's your current herd tally?

    Our current tally:
    Nigerians
    Two Sr. Does
    Two FF's to be
    Four Jr. Does (two haven't arrived yet)
    Two Bucks
    LaManchas
    One Sr. Doe
    One Jr. Doe
     
  2. HoosierShadow

    HoosierShadow Senior Member

    Apr 19, 2010
    Central Kentucky
    1 kiko/cross adult doe <around 4yo>
    1 nubian/boer doe <around 5yo>
    1 50% boer <2yo>
    2 75% <11mo>
    2 fullblood boer <young yearlings>

    9 babies from 4 does in the last month: 2 does and 7 bucks
     

  3. NigerianGirl

    NigerianGirl Junior Member

    570
    Jan 29, 2011
    Arkansas
    I have a small herd one Doeling and one soon to be Sr doe Nigerians and a soon to be(hopefully ) lamancha Doeing lol
     
  4. LamanchaAcres

    LamanchaAcres Active Member

    620
    Jan 11, 2013
    5 Senior does
    2 FF
    2 weathers
    4 bucks
    4 kidos (almost yearlings but not bred)
    1 baby baby

    And alot more to come! 7 does kidding in about a week.

    All are Lamancha, Nubian or Recorded grades
     
    Last edited: Feb 1, 2013
  5. xymenah

    xymenah Member with a bahhh

    Jul 1, 2011
    Mount Olive, NC
    2 soon to be second fresheners
    1 soon to be first freshener
    1 buck
     
  6. DaisyMayFarm

    DaisyMayFarm New Member

    292
    Jan 18, 2013
    North Florida, USA
    Well I feel kind of pitiful :p. I'm having to rehome my Nubian due to her extreme aggression towards my ND, so all I have now is:

    Daisy May, pregnant Lamancha doe
    Tulip, pregnant (and due any day) Nigerian Dwarf x Alpine? doe

    I'm hoping that they give me some doelings, and if so they will be staying here with their mommas. Any bucklings will be gone.
     

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  7. bgr09

    bgr09 New Member

    165
    Dec 30, 2012
    To many to count haha
     
  8. AlvinLeanne

    AlvinLeanne Member

    200
    Feb 16, 2012
    4 adult Boer does, 6 y.o., 5 y.o., 4 y.o. and a 2 y.o.
    1 adult Boer buck, 2.5 y.o.
    1 adult Boer wether, 2 y.o.
    4 Boer bucklings
    2 Boer doelings

    So we have a total of 12 goats right now :)
     
  9. Crystal

    Crystal Member

    188
    Jan 20, 2013
    Arizona
    My sister & I raise them together. We have our own and share a few does & share all of the bucks. All are nigerians. I may be off by a couple;) I was counting off the top of my head.
    Jr does: 7
    Does & FF: 17
    Bucks: 6
    3 babies
    2 due in Feb
    3 due in March
    3 due in April
    2-3 due in June
     
  10. tasha642

    tasha642 New Member

    80
    Nov 28, 2011
    San Diego, CA
    I share a couple of gots with my sisters but most of them are mine.

    We currently have
    1 FF nigerian dwarf who kidded yesterday with a doeling that we are retaining
    1 Sr. Lamancha doe due in March
    2 FF Lamancha does due in February
    1 Lamancha buck
    1 Lamancha wether
    2 Nigerian dwarf wethers.

    We are planning on retaining a doe kid from the Sr. Lamancha and hopefully buying a Nigerian buck and maybe another doe this year.
     
  11. WalshKidsGoats

    WalshKidsGoats Junior Member

    375
    Nov 27, 2012
    Yerington, Nevada
  12. audrey

    audrey New Member

    Jul 17, 2012
    Lebanon, Oregon
    Are they senior does after they have their first pregnancy? If so, I have two senior does, one hopefully FF, one FF who is raising up her baby now, and the teenager doe, and the baby doe. IF I end up keeping the goats, I think I will be keeping the baby doe. If any of the 3 that I took to the breeders took, I am really hoping for 2 nice bucklings that I can keep for my future herd sires. If not, I will be selling everyone this summer.
     
  13. Di

    Di Crazy Goat Lady

    Jan 29, 2008
    central PA
    Let's see...sold the Cashmere herd...so right now I have...

    Nigerians
    7 senior does
    6 doe kids
    2 buck (w) kids/1 wether kid
    2 bucks

    Alpines
    1 senior doe
    1 junior doe

    Thats what 20?! Well, the wether kids are for sale (found that fall is not a good sales time here :eek:). And, maybe a couple of the doe kids. I'll probably sell the "extras" in the spring. Unsure about the alpines. I like them, but, Lucy has grown pretty tall and it's been a bit of a rodeo trying to get them bred to my Nigerian bucks this year. We'll see if my DH's new system helped, if Lucy is bred, that means I should be able to get Sophie bred as soon as she comes in again.'

    I'm getting a new buckling (and a doe kid, don't tell Hubby) in the early summer. I can't wait. I'm not sure if he'll be breeding age by fall, but, surely by Dec, he should be able to breed a couple of my doe kids, who will be yearlings by then. And, I plan to get to a show or two this year. We'll see.
     
  14. imthegrt1

    imthegrt1 New Member

    856
    Jan 12, 2013
    kentucky
    1-Pygmy male 8 month
    1-Pygmy bred female 2 year old
    1- Pygmy /nd mix. Bred
    1- boer buck
    1- boer bred around yer?
    1- boer? Bred
    6 total for now
    Until babies
     
  15. J.O.Y. Farm

    J.O.Y. Farm ~Crazy Goat Lady~

    Jan 10, 2012
    New Hampshire
    I have 3 sr does
    2 FFs
    1 jr doe
    Soon to add 2 bucklings and a LaMancha doeling

    Sent from my iPod touch using GoatSpot
     
  16. Texas.girl

    Texas.girl Adopted by Goats

    I have 6 goats, all abandoned bottle fed babies.

    2 does who are pregnant for the first time. (1 BoerX and 1 Nubian/Alpine/Pygmy????)

    1 buck (solid black Spanish and daddy to future babies)

    3 wethers (Boer-special needs, twin Spanish maybe crossed with Boer)
     
  17. HamiltonAcresBoers

    HamiltonAcresBoers Premium Member- Kansas Goat Breeder

    May 9, 2012
    Olathe, KS
    Hmmm well...


    Boers
    12 senior does
    5 junior does
    1 wether kid
    2 doe kids
    3 buck kids
    2 adult Bucks
    2 show does

    Dairy goats
    3 lamancha does
    1 alpine doe
    1 alpine/boer doe kid

    So right now we have 32 on the place. I'd like it if we had around 40 boer does but the lady who owns the farm (I'm just a farmhand) is worried about the pastures being dead like last year because of drought.
     
  18. alpine_fan

    alpine_fan herd: 2 billies 9 nannies ~ 1 doe expecting ~ 2 we

    I have...

    Alpines
    2 sr does (1 is 7 and the other is an unknown age - avatar)
    1 doeling

    Nubians
    2 sr does (1 is 6 & the other is 4)

    Toggenburgs
    2 bucks (2 yrs & 1 yr)
    3 sr does (all around 5)
    1 doeling

    & then we have 1 doeling of unknown origins...

    Just waiting on kids now - most of them will be Togg x
     
  19. 1. FF Nigerian dwarf -due end of March
    2. Sr. second FF doe doe end of March-ND
    3. ND buck almost 1
    4. ND buck almost 1
    5. ND doe will have by end of May
    6. FF Boer doe
    7 open 1 1/2 yr Boer doe
    8. Sr. Boer doe will have by end of July
     
  20. Frosty

    Frosty Active Member

    Feb 12, 2010
    Swanzey,NH
    Well now I have 0 anything but am in the process of looking. I am gonna start with 4 ND. I want to start with this years or late last years babies to raise up myself. Unless while looking something else catches my eye. lol That is the part that scares me. lol