A Boer Goat doe is usually 140 to 200 pounds. Our church was purchasing Boers for their mission in Malawi, Africa. Spurred by the idea of finding a smaller goat that would require less feed, while producing more milk, we began a breeding program to maximize production traits while minimizing costs. We are breeding a smaller Boer type that will retain the ability to produce a quality carcass but in a pint sized package with improved milk production. Our goal is to produce a goat that will fit into the small homestead operation as well as the mission field. Milk and meat production share equally in our scorecard. Our goats are handled and make ideal pets.
Bruins - Roodehaan Farm