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We will have doelings for sale in the Kiko auctions at the conferences listed below. Come visit with us at them and see our goats. All conferences provide free classroom type seminars applicable to many area's of goat raising and health. These seminars are a great place to ask questions and get lots of answers so be sure to bring your questions with you. Arrive early in the morning and you may find free coffee and donuts. A lot of good work by the different Kiko goat associations is done to provide a free place to gain knowledge about Kiko goats, meet other goat people and enjoy a goat featured lunch. Be sure to go by the registration table to pick up a conference catalog that has a schedule of events and a list of all Kiko goats that will be in the sale. It is an invaluable tool for determining what seminars are being held and when. It also lists all goats for sale in the auction by lot number and identifies the seller (consignor). This gives you the opportunity to talk to them before the auction and ask any questions about their goat that you may have. We look forward to seeing you there.
The CUSKGA - Central U.S. Kiko Goat Association Spring Fling will be held at the Okmulgee Fairgrounds (1901 N Oklahoma Ave) in Okmulgee, OK . The conference begins on the morning of the 23rd (8 am) followed by a Kiko goat auction on the 24th. For more information contact Wayne Simms at
918-633-7353 or Dennis Thorp at 832-629-9909.
The Oklahoma Hills Invitational Kiko Sale & Conference will be held at the Okmulgee Fairgrounds (1901 N. Oklahoma) in Okmulgee, OK. The conference begins on the morning of the 17th (8 am) followed by a Kiko goat auction on the 18th. For more information contact: Kent Perkins at 918-755-4462 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit the website at: www.oklahomahillsinvitational.com.
NKR's Corn County Commercial Meat Goat Conference and Cream of the Crop Kiko Sale in Corydon, Indiana will be held at the Corydon Fairgrounds (341 S. Capitol Ave). The conference begins on the morning of the 1st (8 am) followed by a Kiko goat auction on the 2nd. There are many restaurants in Corydon that you can go to for lunch. A free goat lunch sponsored by NKR will be provided to all attendees on the 3rd. For more conference info contact Terry Hankins at 662-519-9697; email email@example.com.
For more info about the Cream of the Crop Kiko Sale on the 2nd contact
This video is intended to give new goat owners a view of the desired delivery of a baby goat. The kid exits the doeling with front feet forward and the head laying above the feet. This is a near perfect birthing. The doe was in little stress and exhibits good mothering traits by getting her kids cleaned after delivery. She went on to encourage them stand and to nurse. This video may be considered graphic by some therefore viewer discretion is advised when children will be watching.