M-T Acres has BOER GOATS
Both Colored and traditional boer goats are a highlight at M-T Acres
Our Herdsire comes from Windmill Boer goats and is sired by Bear Creek Gator's Brut who is an own grandson of Broken S Smokin Hot Ruger **Ennobled* and out of a transfered IBGA doe from Windmill boer goats Cherry Blossom
GATORS BRUT (10765051)
Second Chance Ice Target - FOR SALE
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We are excited to welcome Truth she came to us from a breeder out of Raymond Nebraska (Hanalei Hills) we thank them for giving us the opportunity to add some black color to our herd. With her South African genetics that didn't all get transferred when IBGA was taken over by ABGA it should come into play in her offspring
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History of the American Boer Goat
The development of the Boer goat in the early 1900’s can be traced to the Dutch farmers of South Africa. Boer is a Dutch word meaning farmer. With meat production setting the selection criteria, the Dutch farmers developed the Boer goat as a unique breed of livestock. The Boer goat has a rapid growth rate, excellent carcass qualities and is highly adapted to different environments.
Through the subsequent decades of selective breeding, the Boer goat gained its genetic superiority and nobility, laying the foundation for what is today's American Boer goat.
The first full-blood Boers were brought into the United States in 1993, the same year the American Boer Goat Association was formed. Since that time a tremendous amount of interest in breeding Boer and Boer influence goats has exploded in the United States.
The Boer goat is commonly a goat with a white body and a red head. Docile, high fertility and a fast growth rate are some of the traits that set the Boer goat apart in the purebred and commercial segments of the American meat goat industry. Mature Does can weigh between 190- 230 lb and mature Boer bucks can weigh between 200 – 340 lb.
The demand for high quality, lean, healthy red meat is the one of the underlining forces behind the development of the American meat goat industry. With an eager base of ethnic consumers, the demand for goat meat continues to grow in the United States each year.
What? NOT a boer??