Hailing from Jen-Mae Ka Kids Shock Wave, son of SG Lucky*Star's RA Denzel +*B, and Ragels Ziegenhof Evermore, Tsunami is filling some big orders. We brought Tsunami into the herd for his length of body, rump width and length, and his dairy character. He kinda has the coolest hair, too!
Galadriel is our all-time favorite LaMancha with her length of body, ideal rump angle, rear leg angulation, etc. She's just the entire package when you view her as the capaciously dairy goat that is Gala. She has matured nicely over her first year of production. Her strength and mammary should continue to wow us as she comes from the fabulous production lines of Latte Da and 4-Ever-R's.
Eretria absolutely blossomed during her second freshening. She went from producing maybe 1/2 gallon of milk per day to producing over a gallon a day this past year. Her body matured beautifully with depth and length that almost surpasses our milking stand! We are eager to see what surprises Eretria has for us in her third year of growth on the farm!
Minnie is our white wattled wonder. She came to us as sweet as pie and a bit on the shy side. She soon opened up and has grown into a beautiful dry yearling. We hope that her production will reflect her Elite dam's, SGCH South-Fork AV Torie 5*M. And we are, of course, hoping for some little waddled darlings out of her.
Serenity is one of our longest kids from 2020. Her blending from neck to level topline is gorgeous, culminating in a long, slightly angled rump. We've noticed Seren getting longer in body as she has gotten older. She may very well be one to keep your eye on!
"AW" is our youngest earless heart throb on the farm. As a wide as a tank, we see a lot of his granddam, SGCH Texas Dynamite CM Rosie 2*M, in him. Masculline dairy strength and level topline progress into rear leg angulation that accentuates his rear arch. It is our goal to compile his width and strength with the length amd smoothness of two striking does to create some amazing kids.
Bon Bon is our treasured LaMancha that came home to live with us for three weeks until she grew big enough to battle the cooler winter temperatures in the barn. We are hoping that the amazing mammary attachments in AW's lines as well as his incredible width pair well with Bon Bon's dairyness and production capacity.
Tranquility is the carbon coy of her twin sister, Serenity. Both smooth in blending and long in body, we have paired Quilly with AW to take advantage of his width and amazing production lines. We can't wait to see the similarities and differences Quilly's kids will have from Seren's.
Add a description about this itemSiena got the udder arch and eschutchen of her granddam, GCH Latte Da CODV Dreamin' 4*M. She could use a bit more blending through her neck and topline and a bit wider shoulder assembly, which we are hoping to achieve in her kids by breeding her to "AW". We are confident he can get the job done!
Jewel is Pandora's mini-me to say the least! She boasts more length of body than her dam and is just as wide, if not wider. She's Grandma's sugar pie and is spoiled rotten. Will Pandora's Jewel have a jewel of her own? We are hoping that AW gives one to her and that her rump is as level as her sire.
SLR Pandora is our "old-fashioned" LaMancha who has flare beyond recognition. On the shorter side of the dairy goat spectrum, she displays massive depth of body and width throughout. Her strength of dairyness and mammary system make her and her offspring highly desired among show enthusiasts and dairy families with smaller children.
Dreamin' is our creme de la creme. She's our only finished champion and our good friends at T Bar C Farm got her there. We are humbled to be trusted with this dear lady and her stellar genetics. Thank you, Cheryl and Travis, for giving us the tools for RAPID herd improvements! Let's see what Dreamin' and MJ can cook up!
We reserve the right to retain any doe or buck born on our farm. Upon evaluation, some retained doelings and does will be posted for sale.
We pride ourselves in healthy, strong, and well-socialized kids and adults. Because we are present for every labor and delivery, our goats are handled from birth and bottle-raised from a young age.
AVAILABILITY AND DISCOUNTS
All available kids and adults will be listed on our website, our Facebook farm page, and/or on MeWe. A non-refundable deposit of $150 is required to hold any goat. Purchasing 3 or more goats from us will qualify you for a 5% discount on your total purchase price. We also offer additional discounts to youth involved with 4-H and FFA as well as herds involved in ADGA Performance Programs.
Deposits are not refundable, unless something happens to the goat while in our care or your desired gender is not born, at which time the deposit will be refunded or transferred toward the purchase of an offspring of a different planned breeding. Please make sure you are prepared to bring your goat home before you pay for them. Deposits may be made via PayPal or cash in person.
PICK UP AND TRANSPORT
Pick up is required 14 days from deposit or birth, whichever is later. If needed, an extended boarding period past the 10 days may be arranged for an additional $3.00 per day per goat. All sales are local pickup only unless you have made shipping arrangements with us prior to purchase. Sometimes we are able to transport your goat to shows with us for a nominal fee if arrangements are made in advance. If we do not hear from you after the 14-day deposit/birth period, or the buyer backs out of the sale, the deposit is forfeited and the goat becomes available to the next buyer.
Our goats are guaranteed to be free of CAE and abscesses at time of purchase. Lorberau Legacy Farms is not responsible for the health of goats once they leave the farm. All goats that leave our farm are well-cared for and stress-free, therefore are outwardly healthy and show no signs of illness. Moving to a new home, being weaned, or being surrounded by new people and animals can cause stress to the animal and health issues can quickly follow. We highly recommend you have a working relationship with a trusted veterinarian before you take your new goat home. If your goat becomes ill, contact your vet immediately for assistance.
For kids purchased before weaning, the buyer will be responsible for providing health care and routine management from the time they depart from our farm. Kids that stay on our farm until weaning (8 weeks old) will be disbudded, vaccinated, and dewormed prior to weaning.