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Come see us on Saturday, May 25th at Hamilton Commission Company's Special Boer Sale. You'll love the ABGA-registered doelings in our consignment! Check out the pictures Below!
#507 NK's Muffin - a January doeling out of our Normal Kohls' paint doe and JRP1 Stud Muffin
#504 & 505 Classy Carlene and Classy Caila - very elegant and feminine January doelings
#418 RDSG Marnie - a super late-January doeling out of our Rippin' Tebow buck and Bodacious Boers Dora
Here are 4 of our 6 consignments for the May 25th sale. All have had Cavalry 9 (CD&T) at 30 and 60 days; and were drenched with Ivomectin injectible on May 5th.
The 2012 New Mexico Fair Season was GRAND, GRAND, GRAND (and Reserve)!!
Congratulations to all RDS Goats exhibitors.
See pictures on the "2012 Show Results" Page.
We look forward to supporting our 2013 Buyers.
See you in the Fall!
Good Breeding Shows
but. . . . .
GREAT Breeding Shows Better!
When it's time for hoof trimming, worming and vaccinating, we just couldn't do it without our Spin Doctor, Merlin hoof trimmer, Clovis Vet Supply who specializes in cattle supplies but always orders the weird stuff we use on goats, and the INVALUABLE help of friends and family.
With everyone's help, we drenched, poked and trimmed the whole herd. Now all we have to do is wait for the babies to come!
Seward County Community College Livestock Judging Team
~ August 18, 2012 ~
What a pleasure it was to meet the members of this Livestock Judging Team out of Liberal, Kansas. One of the team members is from Clovis, and the whole group made the trip for the Curry County Fair livestock sale on Friday night. Saturday morning, several fair exhibitors allowed the team to use their lambs, market goat wethers and steers to get some extra practice.
We are glad that Coach Brett and the team chose to visit RDS Goats to practice on a class of young breeding does later that afternoon. It was so much fun to talk about our goats!
This is a terrific group of young men and women, and we appreciate their dedication to learning more about livestock.
Thanks for stopping by, and we hope to see you all again in the future!
Brett explains the criteria for this class
The team takes a look at a class of young breeding does
Gotta be a Goat Thing......
It seems physically impossible for these two doelings to push their heads through a 6x6 square in the fence.
There was nothing but dirt on the other side and we had to cut the panel to get them out.
What we wouldn't give to understand the why and the how of this little picture.
You will find some of the most productive and proven Ennobled Boer bloodlines in our herd, like Sugar Girl, Sugar Cooky and Hasty Ilea, own daughters of CSG Hercules out of RRD Cannon. Our kids out of S2 Invasor, a son of the 2007 IBGA National Grand Champion Mondavi, consistently show his refined head, width through the loin, and defined hip. Lucky Lady (a daughter of Ennobled BDF Power Source, the 2005 ABGA National Grand Champion), Honey Bee (a DCW Bo-Jangle daughter) and Monier Domineaux (an RRD Gauge daughter) are just a few of the does who have brought the best characteristics of their breeding to our herd. HART1 Eve is a EGGS Tra Bullettproof grandaughter, out of RRD Cannon and RRD Ruger. She's a lovely girl, and had powerful babies out of Rippin' Tebow.
In addition, our herd includes bloodlines from *Ennobled* AK-47, Smokin Hot Ruger, RDBG Integrity, RRD Gauge, AJBG Ruehl Breaker, DCW Bo-Jangle, High "C" Harley, RRD Gunsmoke, Agnew's Whoopin Up Cash, EGGSpense Account, DER War Paint, JRP Ty, JRP Popcorn, TLB Jack, MAUL Painted Warrior, MAUL Xtender, Hilltop Hurricane, EGGS Ryals Magnum, EGGStreme, EGGSfile, S2 Jacks or Better, S2 Disco Doll, Mojo Magic, Top Gun 2, 2SIS Bingo, DSM Wobbles; going back to the great early lines of ORF Lyle, IAG Nico Botha G132, Sasquatch, Kaptein, Dow Pipeline, HMR Sumo, SGF L109 Taebo, Concho, Bea, Bodacious Hottentot, and Powell Holman Splash of Classic. Whether you want a correct redhead, or a colorful paint; for breeding or for show; we have THE GOAT FOR YOU!
If you are looking for healthy, friendly, well-structured animals with proven bloodlines, check us out! You can contact us by phone at (575) 985-1048, cell at (575) 799-1130, or the email address at the bottom of each page. Since sales from our herd happen quickly, it is not always possible to have photos of the exact animals currently for sale. However, these photos are representative, and we can email specific photos to you upon request.