Kiko Goats

Percentage & Unregistered Kiko Does

Betty

Unregistered Percentage: 75% Kiko 25% Boer (3/4 Kiko 1/4 Boer)
Tag #: GFI RM 137
Tattoos: R Ear: GFI, L Ear: B137 
Birth Date: 02/16/2012 
Birth Weight: 7 Lbs 5 ozs
Birth Rank: 3-3
Sire: GFI RM 336 Loverboy's Herk (aka Traveler)
Dam: GFI RM KB 95
Color: White
Eyes: Gold

Sister to Wilma! Current reigning Herd Queen!
Kidded TWINS in April 2016. Her 2016 Buckling had the 2nd highest Farm Index rating at 114.66! Her 2014 Doeling (Pinkie) was our 1st registered NKR goat sold at AKI in 2015! More twins in 2017!

Wilma

Unregistered Percentage: 75% Kiko 25% Boer (3/4 Kiko 1/4 Boer)
Tag #: GFI RM 138
Tattoos: R Ear: GFI, L Ear: B138 
Birth Date: 02/16/2012 
Birth Weight: 6 Lbs 14 ozs
Birth Rank: 3-3
Sire: GFI RM 336 Loverboy's Herk (aka Traveler)
Dam: GFI RM KB 95
Color: White
Eyes: Gold

Sister to Betty! Herd Sheriff & Peacemaker
Wilma Kidded a HUGE top performing 2016 Buckling. He had the #1 90-Day weight, #1 90-Day ADG, & #3 highest farm index. She has also kidded top performing twins (1 Buck, 1 Doe). More twins in 2017! 

Sienna Rose "Rosie"

Unregistered Percentage: 50% Kiko 50% Boer (1/2 Kiko 1/2 Boer)
Tag #: GFI RM K-B 104
Tattoos: R Ear: GFI, L Ear: B104 
Birth Date: 03/14/2012 
Birth Weight: n/a
Birth Rank: n/a
Sire: GFI RM 429
Dam: 106 Full-blood Boer
Color: White & Light Red

Beautiful blue-eyed BoKi Doe!
Rosie is a combination of the best of 2 meat goat breeds & it shows! She has the easy keeper qualities of a Kiko with a traditional Boer pattern & Boer bulk!

All of our unregistered Kiko Does come from registered stock, but were never registered because the original buyers were not interested in paying extra for registration. These Does were part of our original herd, before we transitioned to registered Kikos in 2013. They remain in our herd today because they have proven themselves with top-performing kids, are extremely low-maintenance, have very good health, & stellar parasite resistance! They are all sired by registered 100% New Zealand Bucks & either registered percentage Kiko Does or registered full-blood Boers. They are well documented goats, so we never refer to them as "commercial," but as "unregistered." Bucklings from these Does are sold unregistered. Doe kids can be registered as 50% Kiko, although they are technically a much higher percentage (75%-88% Kiko). Their kids have always been expected to perform as well as all of the other kids. They have stepped up to the plate & have competed head-to-head with the registered kids & have proven that Kikos should be judged on performance, not percentage or papers! Check out their proposed pedigrees created with information & documentation obtained from the original breeder!