First Fruits Oberhasli Kid Drawing 2017
New This Year: Interactive Map (See details in description)
Hey Moms, Dads, Grandmas, Grandpas, Aunts, Uncles, do you know someone interested in goats? It is that time again! We are pleased to present our fourth annual Oberhasli kid drawing!
This drawing is open to ALL ages (parents can enter kids as well). Entry is free. Limit one entry per person. These goats come from a CAE/CL free farm and we keep a closed herd.
HOW IT WORKS:
This is how it goes: The FIRST KID (buck or doe) BORN ON OUR FARM for the year is the drawing kid. The kid will be registered with ADGA/IDGR. Entries for the drawing closes when the first doe goes into labor. Drawing is to be held when the first kid is born.
Please submit your NAME, AGE, PURPOSE (ie: pet, 4H, show, etc..) and BEST WAY OF CONTACT (ie: phone #, E-mail, FB, etc..) via the contact form or phone number listed below (which will be checked at least once weekly). If you are under 18 you MUST have a parent/guardians permission to enter. Please note: we do not de-horn/dis-bud our kids, if desired, that procedure is up to the winner of the kid. There is the possibility of a polled (genetically hornless) kid being born as well.
Winner is responsible for arranging ALL transportation.
Here is a link to a recomended transporter for transport within Washington State: Desperate Dad's Transport
BUCK AND DOE:
The doe most likely to kid first is OnionCkObers I Am Sabine .
She is bred to Circle33 Cimarron 1875 Outlaw. See planned pedigree below
If you would like to be a part of this feature (not required to enter), just include your city or state. Names will not be disclosed, just a number. For those who just list state, I will add it to the map as the state capitol.
There is no guarantee that Sabine will be the first or even kid at all.
This is a random drawing, but we do enjoy your stories too .
***NOTICE FOR PACKERS: For those looking for a pack goat, these goats are from show lines. If you win the drawing and you would prefer, you may pick a kid from one of our excelent packer does (Grade Oberhasli). One in particular consistently throws huge long legged boys that make great pack/cart goats. Her 2013 bucklings were 10#s each at birth and her 2014 buckling was 13#s at birth and 80#s at three months old!