This is Bucky he is a very stocky and spirited buck, his favorite things to do is showing off to the girls and ruff housing with the other boys. He has not shown any aggression towards us shepherds (humans) but he is not an in your pocket goat, he likes his space. He does come when called if you have food with you. He has not been trained to lead. He is mostly Grass Fed with some wheat or old bread to move him from place to place, mostly in winter.
Gender: Buck (male)
Approximate weight: (I do not have a legal for trade stock scale I use a hanging scale)
Dams (Mom) Name: Dot
Breed: Lamancha & Alpine cross
Registration: Non (commercial stock)
Has he been given any antibiotics or steroids?: No
Has he been given any growth hormones?:No
Has he been tested for CAE?: No
Has he been tested for CL?: No
Has he's dam or sire been tested for CAE or CL?: No
additional thoughts: Although he is a fine specimen I had intended him more for meat then breeding simply because his ears are to long (elf ears) for a lamancha breeding buck according to ADGA standareds.
I do offer verbal support (kinda like mentoring) via phone, email, and text to folks who buy goats from me, and hope to develop a good working relationship with you.
I do not offer any financial aid such as veterinarian bills or any thing like that. This is a goat not a dog not a family member, goats are a farm animal and I'm certainly not charging enough to offer any guarantees. As with all farm animals Goats are sold AS IS WERE IS. Meaning IF, for example, you buy a goat from me for breeding and determine at some point down the road that for some reason the goat does not meat your standards, it is still your goat that you bought and are now responsible for and I will not offer a refund or a buy back. All livestock sales are final with one exception, I understand that it is hard to purchase livestock sight unseen, if you decide to cancel the transaction before the goat leaves my possession I will refund your money.
I do my best to acuratly repersent each goat sold. It is your responsibility to understand and accept all the risks involved in farm animals and to do your do diligence to decide if this goat is the right fit for you and your farm.