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This is Sitka. I bought her a year ago and I've always been curious about what breed she is. Her previous owner doesn't know so I though someone here could help. I thought she was Nigerian Dwarf at first but she's too heavy. She weighs 110lbs and is about 5 years old. Anyone have any information? (also sorry she's laying down but it's the only really good picture I have of her atm)
 

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This is Sitka. I bought her a year ago and I've always been curious about what breed she is. Her previous owner doesn't know so I though someone here could help. I thought she was Nigerian Dwarf at first but she's too heavy. She weighs 110lbs and is about 5 years old. Anyone have any information? (also sorry she's laying down but it's the only really good picture I have of her atm)
I kinda think i see a nubian influence in her. Possibly mini nubian. What does a side view of her nose look like?
 

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At first glance, I thought Nigerian Dwarf, but the ears look different. I was kinda thinking kinder, but my kinder has wider ears. :)
She is a very pretty doe! I agree with the others above.
 

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Do you have a picture of her udder? That might help us find out if she was bred for dairy or not by her previous owner. :)
 

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@Moers kiko boars do you see maybe kiko in this lady? At first i thought maybe some nubian. But her nose has no roamaness to it from the side and is thin like a kiko to me. And kikos have the tad longer ears like hers.
YES! I see some Kiko influence as well as Kinder. She might have some nigerian lines in there too but I'm not sure. The two other does she came with were a Kinder and the other I have no clue (lol)
 

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At first glance, I thought Nigerian Dwarf, but the ears look different. I was kinda thinking kinder, but my kinder has wider ears. :)
She is a very pretty doe! I agree with the others above.
She came with two other does and one of them was kinder so she might have some of those lines mixed in:)
 

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I have 3.kiko boer xs.They are easy keepers and fantastic mothers. I.hope.you enjoy your girls as.much as I love mine.
I had Spanish boer xs. But they stayed too small for what I needed. They were healthy & hardy..but under 125lbs
So I sold all of them. I have Savannah boerxs. But I've only had them a month. And my Tennessee meat goat..is new to.me..but I think she will improve on my boys.
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