AUSTRALIAN BOER GOAT

 

AUSTRALIAN BOER GOAT

At Neunkirchen, Austria, We sell Australian Boer Goat, we will provide you with well bred and healthy Boer goats, which are available at affordable prices. Whether you want to raise pedigree breeding stock on your farm for healthy meat, or as breeding stock we will help. Get in touch with us today!

All the animals are reared on our small farm.  They are well cared for during their life with us and we can guarantee the traceability of our meat.  The majority are born on the farm but we do bring in some male goat kids from dairy herds in batches of 30 about 3 or 4 times a year from Australia that would otherwise be culled out at birth.

Producing weaning rates in excess of 160% the Boer goat doe is a low maintenance animal that has sufficient milk to rear a kid that is early maturing. The mature Boer Goat ram weighs between 110-135 kg (~240-300 lbs) and ewes between 90 and 100 kg (~200-225 lbs).

Performance records for this breed indicate exceptional individuals are capable of average daily gains over 0.44 lb/day (200 g/day) in feedlot. More standard performance would be 0.3-0.4 lbs/day (150-170 g/day). The ovulation rate for Boer goats ranges from 1 to 4 eggs/doe with an average of 1.7. A kidding rate of 200% is common for this breed. Puberty is reached early, ususally about 6 months for the males and 10-12 months for the females. The Boer goat also has an extended breeding season making possible 3 kiddings every 2 years.

SAANEN GOAT

 

SAANEN GOAT

Our Saanen goat originated from Saanen Valley of Switzerland. They are the largest among all the dairy goat breeds. They are mainly raised for commercial milk production like jamunapari and alpine goat. A female Saanen goat produces about 3.8 liters milk daily.
Characteristics:

  1. Mainly Saanen goats are of white colored. But sometimes biscuit colored goats can be seen.
  2. There may some black spots in the nose, ears and udder of this goat.
  3. The ears are straight to upwards.
  4. Generally they have no horns.
  5. Small sized legs.
  6. Udder become very big sized.
  7. Long sized neck.
  8. Their whole body is covered with small sized hair.
  9. The produces milk highly among all the dairy goat breeds.
  10. They can adopt themselves with the weather of any region of the world.
  11. They love to stay under shade and can’t tolerate sunlight highly.
  12. An adult male Saanen goat weights about 70-90 kg and an adult female goat weights about 60-70 kg.
  13. On an average a female goat produces about 3.8 liters milk daily.
  14. Their milk contain about 3.5% fat. And this milk is very suitable for preparing all types of dairy or milk products.

Breeding
Saanen goats typically breed every year. And each time produce one or a pair of kids. Take extra care of breeding bucks and pregnant does.

Cow Gallstone and OX Gallstones

 

GALLSTONE

Cow Gallstone and OX Gallstones
After extracting the gallstones from the cattle’s intestines they have to be washed thoroughly with cold water to remove blood clots, impurities etc. After washing they are dried for two to three weeks in a dark and well ventilated environment at a temperature of approx. 20 degrees Celsius. The stones have to be moved regularly for better drying and to avoid them sticking at each other. After full drying the stones are packed in hermetically sealed bags.

Quality and classification:

Highest demand is for stones with the following features:

  • yellow golden orange colour;

  • stones with low specific weight;

  • large stones;

  • bili rubin content not less than 35%;

Stones are traded in the following specifications:

  • 100% whole stones

  • 90% whole stones / 10% broken

  • 80% whole stones / 20% broken

  • 70% whole stones / 30% broken

  • 60% whole stones / 40% broken

  • 100% broken stones

  • 100% ox stone, 100% cow stone or mix

  • 100% ox gall powder, 100% cow gall powder

The stones have natural smell of healthy, BSE free cattle. Liver stones, kidney stones, piping, moldy stones, blood stones, cholesterol stones and stones descending from other animals respectively are separated.

Back to Top