Fall 2022 Breeding Plan
We will breed in fall 2022 and expect kids between March-April 2023
Pending changes, kids should be ready to go to their new homes in May-June 2023
We are now taking reservations for our Spring 2023 Pygora kids. We will breed four does to MMF El Dorado: GGE Hermione, GGE Ginny, LHF Pinta, and LHF Nina. If you are interested in reserving a kid, please contact us for additional information. To be placed on our waitlist, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add you. We are no longer requiring a deposit due to the current economy and realize that plans change over time. We currently do not dehorn our Pygora kids. Transportation within a 150 mile radius is available for an additional fee and veterinary certificates are required for transportation across state lines.
MMF El Dorado
Pygora Breeder's Association # 20-23M
Fleece: Type C
Sire: Mountain Meadow Farms Angus: 19-33M
Dam: Enchanted Acres Daffodil: 16-6F
El Dorado (aka Eldo) is a sweet boy with a natural affinity for our does. Keeping them apart is the toughest job so far. They call to each other through wire fence barricaded with pallets - to prevent the accidental pregnancy - in the snow, sleet, and rain. Eldo has matured into a handsome buck and maintained his thick Type C fleece in both length and characteristics. In 2022, El Dorado sired an absolutely gorgeous black buckling with many of Eldo's fiber characteristics and beautiful body composition. He also sired two kids with GGE Ginny who both look to take after the dam's side with Type B waves beginning to show at their young age. We're very excited to see what he'll bring to our Pygora line here at Goats & Cloves as we ready our herd for breeding in fall 2022.
Grumpy Goat Ginny
Pygora Breeder's Association 20-24F
Fleece: Brown B
Sire: Gun Plains Pygoras Jet
Dam: Enchanted Acres Poke-O Moonshine
Grumpy Goat Ginny is a sweet doe with a curious disposition. Ginny's Type B fleece is incredibly soft to the touch although her kid fleece shows significant traits of Type A curl. As she matures, her fleece is becoming easier to de-hair by hand.
Grumpy Goat Hermione
Pygora Breeder's Association 20-25F
Color: Solid Black
Fleece: Brown Type B
Sire: Gun Plains Pygoras Jet
Dam: Greystone Chocolate Chip
Grumpy Goat Hermione has an amazingly soft, type B fleece. She has a loving personality and as she's warmed up to our family, has no issues nudging you ever so softly for a few more head and nose scratches. Ginny has beautiful structure with a thick coat that provides a larger yield than our other goats. Her curls have a tight structure and feel like a cloud when harvested.
Pygora Breeder's Association 21-33F
Fleece: White Type A
Sire: Bohemian Creek Farms Cash, 18-7M
Dam: Little Hawk Farm Pepper, 17-39F
Nina has been a wonderful addition to our farm. Hailing from Little Hawk Farm in Kansas, Nina's fiber has matured into a beautiful Type A fleece that flows when she walks. Her locks have natural and easy separation, making it easy to shear and skirt her fiber. Both Nina and Pinta are smaller than our other does, but they still produce a significant amount a fleece (and entertainment) for our farm.
Pygora Breeder's Association 21-32F
Color: Brown Caramel
Fleece: Brown Type A
Sire: Labor of Love Pygoras Zebulun, 19-29M
Dam: Little Hawk Farm Paisley, 15-79F
Pinta is a highly excitable gal and one to never turn down a good play on the ramps, boxes, or playhouse. Once our kids were born, Pinta was the first to teach them to head butt and appropriately ninja kick off smaller platforms. Pinta's fleece is a curly Type A with a beautiful sheen that makes her fiber really stand out. Much like Nina, when Pinta wants, her locks have a graceful sashay that give the illusion of gliding through the pasture.