Goats Listings


Fran  Hobbs Breton   Posted:  2018-12-09 
Breed:  Kiko x   Quantity:  2   Price:  $300.00
2 -2017 Kiko x bucks; have used them on our herd for last 2 years and are keeping doe kids from them. Well grown and well-behaved in our herd. Pics available on request.
Phone:  780-696-3720  
 

Fox Country Goats Stettler   Posted:  2018-11-30 
Lori 
Breed:  Boer and Boer cross   Quantity:  6   Price:  300-450
We are selling off our herd sires. Pure black Boer, brown black Spanish Boer, traditional polled pure bred papered Boer, traction alone Boer, one solid red Boer cross, and one black and white marbled. Please check out our Facebook page for photos, or email or call for more information. Reason for selling, need new blood in my herd, they have been awesome bucks, aggressive breeders with great kids.
Phone:  403-742-8933  
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Kidnapped Farm Rimbey   Posted:  2018-11-29 
Breed:  La Mancha or Toggenburg   Price:  400
We have a few mature does for sale that were exposed to bucks for late march/early april kidding. Herd is CAE/CL free and does are tested annually. Bucks and Does are registered and come from show quality lines with great milk prodution. Farm takes part in type classification, milk test and shows in the summer each year. Does are well handled and UTD on foot trimming, vaccines and deworming.
Phone:  403-598-7269  
 

Erin  Yaremko St Paul   Posted:  2018-11-27 
Breed:  Mixed Mainly Boer x   Quantity:  40   Price:  375
Reducing the herd. Exposed Does starting to kid any day now. Majority are 1st time kidders to 4 years old a few older. Bred to an Aspen Boers buck. Full health program. Price goes up when they?ve got kids at their side.
Phone:  780-210-0480  
 

Gord  Lohr Rosalind   Posted:  2018-10-31 
Breed:  boer and boer cross   Quantity:  15   Price:  275
I have a complete dispersal of 15 boer and boer cross nannies ranging of ages 2 - 6 yrs of age. Exposed to a boer buck on Oct 5. Also have about 8-10 replacement yearling boer cross 250 for them. Can send pics to your cell phone
Phone:  780-877-2111 Cell:  780-679-5950
 

Marc  Francon Spruce View   Posted:  2018-10-10 
Breed:  Boer/spanish/kiko   Quantity:  50 Mature does   Price:  $275.00
Selling 50 nannies and 2 bucks. Well cared for herd. Reasonably young herd, Boer/Spanish/kiko. Selling as a package at 275.00 each for the nannies.
Phone:  403-877-3324  
 
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  • detailed livestock description (breed, sex, age, weight)
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  • the specific address that the livestock are to be delivered to (legal land description)
  • the payment amount
  • terms of payment - e.g. part in advance with balance on delivery
  • Under the Alberta Sale of Goods Act all contracts for goods sold over $50.00 must be in writing.
  • Do not wait

    If you have put a down payment on your purchase but do not receive the livestock within the agreed upon timeframe then contact the seller immediately to get it resolved. If you are unable to resolve the problem you will need to put a stop payment on any other cheques to the seller so that you can limit your risk.

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