Boer goats are known for their standard reddish brown heads and white bodies.
About the Breed
The Boer breed originated in South Africa. Boers were first imported into the United States in 1994 from Australia and New Zealand.
Their name derives from the Dutch word "Boer", meaning farmer. The Boer breed is characterized by a red head and red on at least a portion of the neck, with a white body.
Docility, high fertility and a fast growth rate are some of the desirable traits that breeders and producers look for In Boer goats.
Boers on the Farm
We use our goats for both meat and grazing. We love that their hardiness results in an affordable meat product for our clients. Our goats use their instincts to climb rocks, hills and ravines to clear land.