1,000+ Boer Breeder Web Sites Currently Listed at no cost to breeders
If you have a site that is not listed, email us the name and Internet address and
we will add it to our page. This page focuses on listing, by state any boer goat
breeders that have a web site. This service of listing breeders web sites is free.
We offer this service to aid our website visitors and our customers. We hope you
find this listing useful.
Minimum Requirements for Having a Site Listed
Must be a serious Boer goat breeder
Must have a completed web site (sites under construction, will not be listed until
Site must include Name, Location, contact information
Must have a focus on boer goats
Specific services will only be listed if they are documented in the web site
Help us clean up our lists.
If you find a link that no longer works, send us an email and tell us so we can
ABGA has made a change to allow offspring from an unregistered buck bred to a fullblood
doe to be registered as 50% percent Boer. We are strongly against this and are going
to offer the following that can be added to a breeders services offered. The breeder
can state if they will be breeding only with fullblood bucks or if they will be using
the ABGA rule and you will be breeding with unregistered bucks. Protect the integrity
of your farm and declare you will only breed with fullbloods.
Dedicated to breeding with only purebred/fullblood bucks
Dedicated to breeding with unregistered bucks of any breed
Bucks do not have to be registered with ABGA. USBGA bucks are also acceptable
As of November 11, 2013, there are
82 - breeders requested to be listed as dedicated to purebred/fullblood bucks
0 - breeders requested to be listed as dedicated to unregistered bucks of any breed
1 - breeder requested their name be removed from our Breeders Listing page and that
was an ABGA director
This is a video of our new Miniature Hereford arriving at our farm.
WW Prince William, two time Grand Champion Bull at the State Fair of Texas for 2011
Listing of Breeders without
a website dedicated to
breeding only with Fullblood Bucks
We have added a website for our small herd of Miniature Herefords on our farm. They
are a breed that has gone back to the original size of the Herefords that came to
the US in the late 1800s
We are also cross breeding our Miniature Herefords to Red Angus and Red Lowline cows
for a better sized commercial cow for the person with smaller acreage farm.