Wild JAS Nubians
Thank you for your interest in Wild JAS Nubians! I have been breeding goats for the past 10 years with some success. I have tried to add things that I like about these animals to my herd.
My herd is a slow maturing herd and I have to remember that the best things come to those who wait. I generally don't expect any of these animals to look spectacular as yearlings but I am not joking when I say just wait for three to five years and they do come into their own. This has the added benefit of animals that are still very productive into old age. I have been breeding for faster maturation and with longer legs then the typical Simple Life animals and have been doing very well in this area.
Although my goats produce plenty of milk, I am not running a dairy and if you are looking for only high milk-producing animals then you might be disappointed. My goal is to have a top-notch show string and my animals do well in that area with the amount of milk they already produce. I do not breed to produce more milk. My average milker already gives about a gallon to a gallon and a half at a milking. Although milk production is important, it is not at the top of the list of my priorities.
I do breed for general appearance, breed character, dairy character, and mammary structure.
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