Buck Corrals

AABG NBD "POWER PLAY"

Registration No: 10687709
Birthdate: September 14, 2014
Total Points: 9

We purchased Power Play from Able Acres in the spring of 2015. We have babies on the ground that are sired by him, and we are very pleased with how they turned out and are growing. We don't normally show bucks, but we did take Power Play to a couple of shows.

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AFB2 "AVALANCHE"

Registration No: 10684000
Birthdate: December 1, 2014
Total Points: 20

We purchased Avalanche from Mark Fraser and Wade Anderson late Summer 2015. We have babies on the ground that are sired by him, and we are very pleased with how they turned out and are growing. We discovered Avalanche at a show in Illinois, and we showed him at a couple other shows before sending him to the breeding pen.

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Lewis Creek "STING" *Ennobled*

Registration No: 10367359
Birthdate: January 6, 2007
Total Points: 485
Passed Inspection: 2007

We leased Sting from Paul Kinslow and Greg Patterson for the 2011 breeding season. He added width of body, depth and thickness to to the hindquarters of our new kid crops. We liked him so well that we bought him in 2012 even though he was an older buck. Several of the bred does we sold in 2012 and 2013 were bred to "Sting."

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Red Gate "KOJACK"

Registration No: 10458952
Birthdate: November 15, 2007
Total Points: 102
Passed Inspection: 2010

We purchased KOJACK from Taylor Sell in 2013. Bailey Bergherm originally had the buck and the picture here is from her buck page.

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2M "BABY FACE"

Registration No: 10525947
Birthdate: January 15, 2011
Total Points: 90
Passed Visual Inspection: 2011

We purchased Baby Face from 2M Boer Goats (Paul & Kim Morgan) at the 2011 Headliner Sale. The cross between him and the does we used him on was very good. Several of the does we sold on the Tri-State Sale were bred to Baby Face.

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TLB AABG "TOTALLY RIPPED" *Sire of Merit*

Registration No: 10408673
Birthdate: April 8, 2007
Total Points: 128 [Sire of Merit - 2010]
Not Inspected or Shown

We added Totally Ripped, a Ripper son bred by Terry and Melissa Blair out of a Status Quo doe in 2008. Although he never entered the show ring, he has been extremely successful as a stud buck, one of our top 3, and was named "Sire of Merit" in 2010.

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AABG NBD "TAILOR MADE"

Registration No: 10500770
Birthdate: March 2, 2010
Total Points: 30

Tailor Made is a SomeBody son, that we bought from Lary Duncan (Able Acres). He did well in the show ring (pictured at 3 months old) - Grand Junior Full Blood Buck twice, and Reserve Overall Full Blood Buck. He is co-owned with Nathan Duncan, R1 Boer Goats, and Thornridge Boer Goats.

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AABG NBD "MAESTRO"

Registration No: 10492480
Birthdate: June 2, 2009
Total Points: 58

Maestro (our Status Quo son) was very successful in the 2010 show ring - Grand Champion Overall at Henry Co Fair in Illinois (both shows), and at two of the Indiana Boer Goat Classic shows. In all he was Reserve Champion Full Blood Buck five times. He produced competitive wethers as well as show does, but his does were some of the most beautiful does we've seen. He was co-owned with Nathan Duncan. We sold our interest in Maestro in 2012 after using him for three years.

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Downen T138 "BOILERMAKER"

Registration No: 10316038
Birthdate: October 15, 2005
Total Points: 155
Not Inspected

We purchased Boilermaker from Ewing Downen in 2006. He was Grand Champion or Reserve Champion at several shows. In 2006, he was Reserve Grand Champion at the IL State Fair and class winner at the IN State Fair, and Grand Champion Overall at the KY State Fair, where the judge described him as the best Boer buck he'd seen. He was also Grand Champion Overall on the boergoats.com Online Goat Show. He was Reserve Champion Yearling at the North American International Livestock Expo (NAILE). He was also Grand Champion Overall at a couple of shows in 2007 before we stopped showing him. Boilermaker has been our most prolific show stock producer. He had many daughters, granddaughters and great granddaughters show as champions and reserve champions. Surprisingly, he also produced several champion and reserve champion wethers.

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Peacock T12 "BO-VISION"

Registration No: 10259938
Date of Birth: January 29, 2005
Total Points: 110

We added Bo Howdy bloodlines to our breeding program with the purchase of Bo Vision in 2005. Bo Vision was very successful in the show ring and a top producer of wethers as well as one of our top producers of show does. His kids are flashy, but still complete and breed standard correct. He produced many champions, including both the 2007 and 2009 Indiana State Fair Grand Champion Wethers. Bo Vision was Reserve Champion Junior Buck at the 2005 IL State Fair, and 2nd in class at both the 2005 KY and IN State Fairs. He was 3rd in his class at the 2005 North American International Livestock Expo (NAILE). He was used heavily from then on and not shown again. Bo Vision was sold to R1 Boer Goats in 2008.

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Peacock Der V21 "BO BUCK"

Registration No: 10317123
Birthdate: January 30, 2006
Total Points: 10
Progeny Points: _63

We bought Bo Buck, another Bo Howdy son in 2006. While we hadn't planned on showing him we took him to one show at the Indiana Boer Goat Classic where he won his class and was Reserve Champion Junior Buck. Bo Buck threw lots of color and produced many eye-catching show does and wethers who did well in the show ring. He also produced champions for our customers. We sold Bo Buck to Miller Boer Goats in 2008 after using him for two years.

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Downen S160 "SPORT"

Registration No: 10252339
Birthdate: October 6, 2004
Total Points: 65
Progeny Points: 15

We bought this 7 year old frozen embryo from Ewing Dowen in 2005. We wanted some more of the old bloodlines and Sport, who was a double-bred Ubora **ennobled** along with Lobola SA *ennobled* on his dam side, was perfectfor what we wanted. We believe that Sport was one of the finest Boer buck we have ever found. He was described as the "perfect Boer buck" by three different judges, including John Edwards. He was Grand Champion Overall Buck at the 2005 North American International Livestock Expo (NAILE). He was Grand Champion Junior Buck at the 2005 Illinois State Fair, and Grand Champion Overall Boer Buck at the 2005 Kentucky State Fair. Sport never placed less than division champion in every show he attended. We lost Sport before we could use him as heavily as we had wanted, but we have a group of Sport offspring in our breeding program, and are planning on using some of his semen in 2016.

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FSE 3211 "PROTO TYPE"

Registration No: 10212771
Birthdate: December 12, 2003
Total Points: 78
Passed inspection: 2006

We fell in love with Proto Type when he was a baby, and bought half interest in him from Lary Duncan in 2004. He was the 2004 IN State Fair Grand Champion Overall Buck, and was the Reserve Champion Junior Buck at the 2004 North American International Livestock Expo (NAILE). Proto Type produced several show does for us and we kept a core group of his daughters and their offspring in our brood doe group. We sold our interest in him to JAE Boer Goats and King Boer Goats in 2005.

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