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Louisiana is a long way from Indiana! :(
Yes but you’d be surprised! Lol

Went north of St Louis to get a puppy. Have goats from the KY/TN border and from NC (happened to be able to be delivered but I’ll be making a trip that direction in the spring.)

We will just have to wait and see.
 

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I will be sure to let you know then! We do need to sell at least one of them at some point (honestly, sooner rather than later), but I don't even want to think about that right now... I may be a little too attached. :lol:

But I really don't need TWO Nubian bucks for three does.
 

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Well, plan to use whichever buck you want to sell on the girls this fall... That way after you sell him, the remaining buck won't be related as a sire to any and you'll have an unused buck to breed with. :D
 

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Last December I placed a deposit on a heavily Saada-bred Nubian buckling, but somehow, when the time came to pick him up soon after he was born, we came back with not one, but THREE Nubian bucklings! Not sure how exactly that happened. o_O I mean really, we only have 2 Nubian does right now. :idunno

These pictures are a month old, but they're all I've got for now.

This is a son of *B Lakeshore Status Blue Boy. I CANNOT WAIT to breed him to Semi Sweet and see their kids. He is not the one I was originally going to get BTW. :oops: Here he is at 2 months old:
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This is Israel, a buckling out of Saada Faith of Grace. He IS the one I placed the deposit on way back in December. He is super sweet and playful, full of energy with his buddies, but with us he's very laid back. When he was born he was half the size of the other two, so he's a little smaller than them but he's catching up pretty well.
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He was the cutest baby!
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And last but not least, Shadrack. He is currently for sale, and we'll be keeping the other two a little while longer until we can decide which one we like best.
Shadrack isn't very photogenic and is never still! He is also a half brother to Israel.
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Israel and Shadrack are very eye catchingly handsome.
 
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