Boer Goat

Boer goat is a high meat creative goat breed. The top exporter of boer goat meat from Australia. They use Boer goats to do this. But the native place of bore goat is South Africa in the early 1900s.

Boer goat is very big sized goat among the other popular meat goat breed. They also produce milk highly, but mainly suitable for meat production. Boer males can grow to be 300 pounds. Due to this large size, they are one of the most well-liked breeds for meat production. The meat of Boer goat is very tasty and healthy. They are very fast growing goat breeds and produce milk highly for this reason they are very suitable for most of the farmers. Other advantages are that they are resistant to virus and reproduce often. We are the best supplier of Boer goat for sales. So we are the quality bore goat supplier and best bore goat seller in Tindivanam, Tamilnadu, Chennai.

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Features of Boer Goat:

Feature of Bore goat small changes based on their location [Boer goat in Chennai, bore goat in vilupuram, boer goat in tindivanam, boer goat in Chengalpattu, etc].So all the Boer goats are same features but small changes. Boer goats have some special Features which have made them different from other goat breeds.

  1. Boer goats are generally white color bodies with red or brown heads. There are also some completely brown or white color Boer goats.
  2. They are very hardy and can adopt themselves with almost all types of weather and climate.
  3. They possess long, pendulous ears like the Nubian goats.
  4. As compared to other goat breeds, Boer does are reported to have superior mothering skills.
  5. They are resistant to disease and reproduce often.
  6.   Usually, a mature Boer buck weights about 110 to 135 kg and a mature doe weights about 90 to 100 kg.
  7. Meat very tasty and nutritious.

Feeding and Breeding:

Boer goat normally eats the natural domestic food. They generally love to eat leaves of green grasses, trees, corns and some other supplementary feeds. Big sized show goats need a large amount of nutritious food. Farmer generally moves up the medium sized goat for business production. Because need less food and easy to maintain. Be very careful in feed organization for raising Boer goats. Good quality food always ensures good health. Always maintain a water pot filled with clean and fresh water in front of the goat, as they drink a lot of water daily and give green and fresh grasses to goats.

The most important part of any meat goat farm is the selection of a breeding buck. A high-quality buck can produce high-quality offspring. For commercial meat production, medium-sized does are normally preferred, as they produce the same number of kids, but require less feed to do so. As a general rule, the more kids born per doe, the greater profit margins for the owner.

The majority farmers prefer purebred Boer goat for breeding purposes. Crossbreeding of other popular goat with Boer goat breeds is also produce high quality and productive kids. The common and popular crosses of Boer goats are Boer with Spanish goats, Boer with Jamunapari goats, Boer with Angora goats, Boer with Osmanabadi goats, Boer with Kiko goats, Boer with Nubian goats, and Boer with Sirohi goats. All of this crossbreeding produces new highly productive goat kids.


Instruction for raising Boer Goat:

  1. The house of Boer goats farm should be suitable and comfortable enough for them. the goats are cared and kept separated depending on their breed, age, sex, and weight.
  2. Make the house of the goat which is free from worms and all types of insects. Always clean and maintain the required temperature.
  3. Care the newly born Boer kids carefully. Feed them their mother’s milk regularly. Keep the kids and their mother in a separate room or place for some days.
  4. To protect the kids from virus and diseases.
  5. Always keep a water pot filled with clean and fresh water in front of the goat.
  6. Try to feed the goat enough fresh and green grasses.