We have a marvelous selection of Boer bucks from which to choose. Weanlings, yearlings, and our mature herdsire Fifty-Fifty are all available. Photos are posted below and videos are available upon request. Photos are removed as bucks are sold so what you see here are what bucks are available.
First shown on our website are our yearling bucks. These are BIG boys, weighing 200+ pounds. The photos absolutely do not show how large these bucks are. Bring a trailer or a large goat tote if interested in a yearling as they won’t fit in a small tote. The yearlings are all sired by our big black and white spotted Boer buck Fifty-Fifty. Many of their dams are spotted. If you like spots, these boys are likely to throw them, even if they themselves are solid colored. However, even more importantly, these bucks have great conformation. That always has to come before color. Sire and most of the dams are on our farm for you to see. These photos were taken May 2019.
Our gentle, beautiful herdsire SHA3 FIFTY-FIFTY has literally worked his way out of a job here on our farm. We LOVE this buck! He is a gentle soul, very easy to handle. He sires well conformed, colorful, SPOTTED!, gentle natured kids. He has been our herdsire for 3 years. Because we have retained so many of his daughters, the majority of our does are related to him. So it is time for Fifty-Fifty to find a new herd of does to romance. Born January 27, 2015, he is four years old. His ABGA number is 10687556.
He is priced at $1,500.
Pictured below are some of our spring 2019 Boer bucklings. Born between February 3 and April 28, they are sold with application to register them as fullbloods. Some are sired by SHA3 Fifty-Fifty, some by HERM Rodeo’s 8 Second Ride. (See these 2 herdsires on our reference page.) Spots and big boned conformation run deep through the generations on both the sire and dam sides of these bucklings’ pedigrees. Current prices (January 2020) run from $500 to $800. These prices will increase as the bucks mature so now is the time to buy an incredible buck at a very affordable price.
Our best advice to you if you are interested in a buck is to come out to our farm and see them in person. We can send you photos, information, and videos but your best option is to put your goat cage in your truck, make the drive, come and stand amid these incredible bucks, select one (or more!), take him home and put him to work. However, if you live at a great distance away, we will help you select the best buck that fits your qualifications and budget and transportation can be arranged. These photos were taken December 2019. At this time the bucks are weighing a bit over 100 pounds. As bucks are sold photos are deleted, keeping this page up-to-date.