For sale is one in-tact Alpine buckling. He was born March 13 so he is 8 months old; he weighs around 70 lbs.
He has already successfully bred a full-sized doe (the white and brown doe in the 3rd picture).
He free-ranges amicably in a barn with other goats, dogs, and chickens. He is not destructive at all, nor does he make any noise (except when breeding). He will eat from my hand, and mostly stand while his halter is being put on and removed, and likes being scratched on his forehead. He has not used his horns on me. He is very motivated by food and the ladies. Overall he's one of the easiest goats in the herd to manage.
His dam (the black and white doe) is around 130-140 lbs; consistently throws large kids; and produces 1.5 gallons of rich, great-tasting milk per day; she is from a family in the Detroit area. His sire (the brown horned goat) looks to be half Alpine and half Oberhasli, is also around 130-140 lbs, is exceptionally friendly and intelligent; from a breeder in Ashtabula County. His sire spends a lot of time coaching the buckling.
If you are looking to add some healthy, easy-going genes to your herd, this is your boy.
If you are looking for a meat goat, right now he will probably dress out at 30-40 lbs. In 4-6 months, he will dress out at 60-70 lbs. He has never received any type of pharmaceutical, and all his feed is non-GMO, no spray.