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This thread will bring HUGE,HEALTHY AND THE BEAUTIFUL goats in front us to be shared .It does not matters YOU own it or not just bring it here ,
it would be better to have some details if YOU have just try to have a nice photograph with skills ....................................................thanks.


He is an ABLUQ means very large spotted markings, in the year 2009 I bought him raised him just three months and he grows him self enormously .
 

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Here is a fullblood Boer buck that sired many nice kids, his son is still in my herd and produces very large kids.

Fullblood boer buck, Strong Will at 7 months old
Head Plant Carnivore Fawn Terrestrial animal

Strong Will full grown.
Dog breed Liver Sky Companion dog Plant

Here is this bucks father, Rawhide Zeppelin
Hair Face Plant Smile Vertebrate
Clothing Working animal Fawn Goat Snout
 

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The length and width is extraordinary.
 

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My little buck, Yoda, now lives on a farm where he can take his pic of 6 does but, I miss him and hope his is having a great time. (better than begging for the attention of a snobbish doe :p )
 

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Haha! He's showing you his pearly whites ;) heheh!!
 

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I have a HUGE baby goat I could post him, he's also beautiful and healthy. Shane is my Nubian wether (can't bring myself to put him in the freezer). He's such a puddle of snuggles and joy!

He weighs over 100 pounds, I quit trying to pick him up last month so I don't know his exact weight. He's 6.5 months old.
 

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This is GULAB a beautiful giant, I can easily say that he is a TITAN in GOAT MYTHOLOGY.
 

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LOVE is HUGE,

Oh, I guess I broke the first instruction, he's not HUGE, he's little guy.

Ooops, my bad. hee hee
Huge is love ,with which u raised it.ITs ok I like it..........;)
 

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In the year 2010 I bought him in a worst condition but very quickly he recovered him self and become a no# one buck of my herd.
 

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I can tell you really love your goats, they are gorgeous. I love the blue collar on the last goat you posted.

My bucks are minis, but one of my boys, Galileo, is a chunky little guy. We call him a teddy bear, haha!
 

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Oh wow.. love looking at these goats. Awesome. So.. USAMARs.. I see you named one of your goats.. Gulab. I almost named one of ours that same name but instead named her Rosebud. I did name one Masala and one Dalchini.
 

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Legion. The first picture is of him a couple hours after being born. He was born a week early and his mama, in an attempt to make him stand up, broke all his ribs on one side.
The last picture is of Legions mama :)
 

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how do U know that?

Oh wow.. love looking at these goats. Awesome. So.. USAMARs.. I see you named one of your goats.. Gulab. I almost named one of ours that same name but instead named her Rosebud. I did name one Masala and one Dalchini.
I really get amazed after knowing these names from U because U also KNOW the meaning of these names but tell me how U have this knowledge , it is a different language....??
 

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Well... I only know the English language but because we have close friends in India & from India and also family ties that bind us- I wanted to name our 2012 goats born a few unique names. It is Hindi language. I know there are so many different languages of the middle east.
 

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USMARS- So when your goat popped up with the name, Gulab, it did make me chuckle. No one in my area has any clue to what it means and everytime we would call the goat, Gulab... it just sounded so funny to people here-. Coming from our area of cowtown USA- that name is close to the meaning of a pile of mush or globby food that would not be very appealing at all.. Soooooo she is now called 'Rosebud' .. :) Few people here know what my other spice goats names mean either. Fun to see a goat named, Gulab!
 

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TDG-Farms. What an AWSESOME family you have! Love seeing family pictures. Your goat is so tall and healthy. What a big nice looking goat that is. So many different types of goats. I just am amazed at the many different types.
 

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Legion. The first picture is of him a couple hours after being born. He was born a week early and his mama, in an attempt to make him stand up, broke all his ribs on one side.
The last picture is of Legions mama :)
Are these goats alpines? They look so nice!
 
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