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Posted by Nat on June 04, 2001 at 17:58:48:

In Reply to: Re: First Show posted by Vicki McGaugh on June 04, 2001 at 16:50:53:

He he... I read these posts with a smile on my face. I have a barn full of papered goats, and well - I hate to say it but this year I crossed my reg. Togg with my new Reg. Obi buck and I was VERY IMPRESSED with the cross. I've done great at local fairs with cross bred goats, linage only known as the buck next door x the bearded tin-can eating doe...

With the registered animals, like everyone has been hinting - you have a recorded history of all production records, different traits. Did you just get that udder by luck? was it the sire or dam thate threw it..

With a registered animal you can get a few more $ for your stock which as all of us know.. its really nice to be able to attempt to break even so every little bit helps!!

While I love my grade does, you can go to a higher level with registered animals - show wise, aiming to get that perminant leg, or Swiss Belle Award at the end of the year.

All goats have their place in the show ring!

-Nat's Little Bit Farm
Home to a little bit of everything

SHOWS ARE FUN!!!




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