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El Rancho Asno Blanco

Building Tomorrow's Herd in Central Texas

Karen Severn
Burleson CountyCaldwell, TX 77836


2/17/2020 12/26/19

New Zealand Cutie

SEV Kookaburra

Goat, Kiko, Kid (female) | Cream

AKGA | DOB: 1/19/2020 (Under 1 yr)

SEV Magnum Steel

Magnum Genetics (SPK SUNBOY ROTAN 150)

SEV Magnum Steel

KikoBuck (male)Grey
AKGA# 17P127SEV26DOB: 1/22/20173 yrs
Sire: SPK Sunboy Rotan 150 Dam: DDF Matariki's Jazzi Blue Percentage: New Zealand Litter Size: Twin Birth Date: 1/22/2017 Birth Weight: 6.75 lbs Steel is out of our very first flush we did back in 2016 between SPK Sunboy Rotan 150 x DDF Matariki's Jazzi Blue. We decided to retain him and use him as one of our herd sires after seeing how well his first crop of kids grew. He typically throws kids that are small (5.75-7 lb) at birth and are very vigorous. His kids typically inherit his easy going attitude and are easy to work with. When it comes to weaning, his kids have high ADGs and wean at the top of their kid crop. Two of his bucklings were sent to the 2019 Langston Buck Test due to having ADGs of 0.50 or higher. One buck placed 29th out of 171 bucks on the ADG pasture portion of the test and the other placed 24th out of 71 bucks on the FEC feed portion of the test.
 AKGA# 17P127SEV26 Grey
LOO Ace's Red Bird 931

LOO Ace's Red Bird 931

KikoDoe (female)white
AKGA# 17P931LOO65DOB: 12/5/20172 yrs
"Bird" is half-sister to a couple of other goats of Double S Kikos: Aces Loyal Friend and Aces Triple 7. She is a big, growthy doe and handled her pregnancy to SEV Mangnum Steel with ease. She kidded twin doelings on December 26, 2019, and immediately showed herself to be an outstanding mother. We look forward to having Red Bird in our herd for many years.
 AKGA# 17P931LOO65 white

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Kookaburra and her sister Bird Bird are nice New Zealand doelings by SEV Magnum Steel and out of first freshener LOO Red Bird. Kookaburra has a cream tinge to her coat and a lively attitude. She weighed 31 pounds at 80 days. She comes with a strong genetic package and will make a great addition to your herd.

Updated 3/18/2020