Kinder Goats

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The Kinder goat is a dual-purpose, mid-sized breed developed in Washington State in 1986, at Zederkamm Farm. Later, the breed association was formed and the breed was trademarked.
A first generation Kinder is the offspring of a registered Pygmy and registered full-blood Nubian. Each subsequent generation must be bred Kinder to Kinder. The animals must be registered - there are no "grade" or "percentage" Kinders.
The ideal Kinder is prolific, productive, and good-natured, well-suited to provide both meat and milk for the family.

The Lord will make you overflow in prosperity, in the offspring of your body, in the offspring of your livestock, and in the produce of your ground in the land which the Lord swore to your fathers to give you. Deuteronomy 28:11

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