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The Kinder is a breed of goat, originating from a cross between a pygmy goat and a Nubian goat. The Kinders are a dual purpose that excels in milk and meat production. Kinder goats are small but they make a large amount of milk. Their milk tends to be sweeter and higher in butter fat than most other breeds, this makes it ideal for making cheese and soaping as well as drinking.
Kinder goats Reach 70% of their full weight before they reach a year. When mature, the does weigh about 110–125 pounds, and bucks between 135–150 pounds. Does reach a maximum height of 26 inches, bucks grow to be 28 inches.
Unlike many breeds, Kinder goats can be bred throughout the year.
Kinder Goats For Sale In Illinois
|Kinder Korner||Chester||IL||(618) 615-2629|||
|Loving the Farm-Shea's Kinders||Campbell Hill||IL||(618) 713-1789|||
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