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A Boer Goat Breeder Profile

My name is David Neumeyer and I started raising goats in 1995. I got into the goats at first as just as way to keep from mowing. I started with one Spanish Billy and three Spanish nannies. That same year I saw my first Boer on the Internet and fell in love. My first impression was how much bigger they where from the Spanish goats I have been raising. I was a little hesitant about buying for a couple of reasons, first the bucks were so much larger than my current buck and he was a handful and the second the high price of the animals how could I explain to my wife that I was spending so much money on a goat. I could already hear her laughing and saying I've gone crazy.


I went crazy on 1/2/99 when I purchased my first Fullblood buck, KLS S.A. Lesedi, a Colt 45 son, from Keith and Lucinda Smith. He was just what I'd wanted - a solid buck with a beautiful dark cape and an easier animal to handle then any I'd had before. I couldn't wait to breed him to my nannies. Once I got home and saw him out with my nannies and seen the difference in the quality it was like day and night. I knew if I expected to improve my herd I would also need to get does of better quality.


Just about a month later I made a trip to back to Fort Worth and purchased a 7/8 doe. Since then I've been slowly adding Fullblood does and at the showstopper sale last year I purchased BNZ 234 who is a Full S.A. son of Eggsfile Ennobled and is double bred Top Gun No .2 Ennobled. He has 6 Ennobled animals in his pedigree but besides that he adds length and size to all his offspring. The results I've had from breeding KLS S.A. Lesedi daughters to BNZ 234 confirms that I'm on the right track.


Having only a couple of acres to raise goats on some would look at it as a handicap to only be able to have such a small number of animals but I see it as a blessing not only doe's it make me cull heavily but the animal's that remain here get lot's of attention and care which makes even the babies raised by their momma's act like spoiled bottle babies.

David Neumeyer may be contacted at

Sandy Paint Farm
13232 CR 499
Lindale, Texas 75771
Home Phone 903-882-4383
Cell Phone 903-245-0942
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