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Are you talking about St Johnes Creamery? Be very careful and research the bloodlines well. There are not many "top" Oberhasli bloodlines. They tend to be very inbred and have many udder problems. I love the breed, I couldn't handle the culling anymore.
 

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There are not many lines of Obers actually. What do you want from your goats? I will have a whole crop of kids this next year. I am totally willing to help someone get started...
 

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She is 75% Alpine 25% Nubian. She has many good lines and should milk very well. I am keeping her though.

I was so happy with this breeding, I will be repeating it this year. You are welcome to all the doe kids for the cost of Health Certificates and some gas money. There is a possibility of moon spots from one dam. They will be fully registered and could be shown.
My bucks dam milked 16lbs a day as a 2 year old first freshener.
 

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