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In 2016 I moved to a little town in Texas with a handful of ducks and chickens but that is just the start. Soon I added a few Nigerian goats famous last words I said I only wanted 5 and well we know how that goes and that turned into 60+ goats quick. BLINK BLINK so in 2019 I decided to down size tremendously and sold all but 4 Nigerian Dwarfs which are strictly pets. I Decided for me that La Mancha goats were what I wanted to raise. In 2020 I went through a nasty divorce changed my herd name from Lil Rossons to Lil Hoofers and sold off all but my foundation herd of 8 La Manchas and one single Nigerian Dwarf doe. The La Mancha's unique look and loving dispositions was all I needed plus each girl can put the pounds into a milk pail. Each year I participate in LA which is short for linear appraisal. What is LA you ask? Click on the hyper link to be taken to the official ADGA website. LINEAR APPRASIAL program and also my herd participates in milk testing yearly. What is milk test (DHIR)? Click on the hyper link to be taken to the official ADGA website on the DHIR Program. DHIR takes a lot of time and dedication from my self, my sanity, and also the girls. When you sign up for DHIR you are dedicating the next 305 day to milking 2x per day no matter how you feel or weather conditions. We participated in our first shows in 2019 and are looking forward to more to come. I also now have a few miniature horses mainly for my entertainment and possibly doing photoshoots with them maybe in 2021 we shall see how everything plays out. It was with a heavy heart that I had to sell my entire herd of Kunekunes during the divorce but do not fear KuneKune will be joining the farm again soon. Here is some information straight from the American KuneKune Pig Society(AKKPS) website “The KuneKunes are known for their extremely docile and friendly personality which is unmatched by any other breed of swine. They are extremely outgoing and love human interaction. They are a grazing breed of swine and as such prefer to graze on grass. Their short and upturned snouts make them suitable grazers and less prone to rooting found in other breeds. KuneKunes are known for having 2 wattles (much like goats) found under their chin. They have little to no desire to roam and do not test fencing. KuneKunes are still fairly rare in the USA, but are gaining popularity very quickly, finding their niche in many different markets.”