Have you hugged your kid today? Welcome to Autumn Farm, home of Lee & Connie Reynolds and a variety of Boers. We sell percentage, purebred, full blood breeding stock, commercial, and 4-H market wethers here in goat country West Virginia. My husband, Lee, and I have seriously been raising goats since 1990, but those red headed chunky Boers from South Africa stole our hearts in '96. These short, gentle, giants now roam our hills.
***June 16, 2014 and I think the winter might be almost over! Two nights ago it was still 40 degrees, but this week it's to hit 90! We kidded out 78 kids this winter, yes, even when the wind chill was 30 degrees Fahrenheit below zero and we all were sitting in a ten degree barn. With a lot of extra work, the kids made it and we made, along with all the adult goats on the place. To say we are all glad to see summer is an understatement.
FOR SALE: The 4-H wethers have gone to their new homes now but we have some really nice January/February full blood bucks and does, also some percentages and purebreds (up to 99.8%!) does for sale. Full blood does and bucks (100% Boer) that are red head white bodies (correct/traditional) color are $300 each. Any that are red, paints, etc. will be $50 more. Any correct/traditional color purebred (94%-99.9% Boer) does are $275 each. All the goats can be registered. We are members of ABGA.
Scroll down below. I have added pictures of Cannon Ball at five years of age in with his group of does from last year's breeding. I have also added pictures of two new bucks we bought last year at two months of age and have them in with a few yearling does when they were five months of age last fall. And, yes, young Happy Happy Rampage and Happy Hi-Octane settled their does. Amazing. I also added another picture of them at one year of age enjoying eight inches of snow this March.
You will also see a picture of yearling Cannon BoBo, a son of Cannon Ball, in with some two year old does. He has as sweet a disposition as his daddy. ****
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You can get in touch with us by emailing or calling any day as long as it's before 9:00 p.m. Please, no calls after 9:00 p.m. because that 5:00 a.m. morning feeding sure comes early and unlike our goats, we need our beauty sleep! Email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call and ask for Connie (Connie Reynolds) and we'll talk goat.
Who is Cannon Ball? A buck that has won our hearts.
As of 4/8/2008 a new breeding buck has been added to our farm.
Presenting two week old "Cannon Ball" from Southern Belle Farms, TN :
"They say I am going to be a great breeding buck. What's a breeding buck?"
Cannon Ball as a yearling in his winter clothes.
Yearling Cannon Ball, "Boy, I smell good!"
Five year old Cannon Ball in with his does. Aug. 2013
Five year old Cannon Ball enjoying a meal. Aug. 2013
Five year old Cannon Ball. Aug. 2013
Cannon Ball's son, year old AFSS Autumn Cannon BoBo with his two year old girlfriends. Aug. 2013
Cannon Ball's son, yearling BoBo with two year old does. Aug. 2013
Yearling BoBo still waiting for supper with his two year old does. Aug. 2013
Five month old Tripi C87 Happy Hi-Octane in with yearling does. Aug. 2013
Five month old Happy Hi-Octane with his yearling does. Aug. 2013
Year old Happy Hi-Octane not happy with snow in March. March 2014
Five month old Tripi C77 Happy Happy Rampage in with yearling does. Aug.2013
Five month old Happy Happy Rampage. Aug. 2013
Year old Happy Happy Rampage unhappily getting eight inches of snow in March. March 2014
Here I am telling some 4 mo. old full blood bucks the barn rules. They never listen.
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