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Welcome To Emacanco Livestocks Farming!

We specialize in breeding healthy, energetic and nutricious Goats for sale. We are very pleased to have the opportunity to share our passion for this amazing livestocks with you. We would be happy to bring to you this amazing experience from our livestocks.

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Savanna Goats for sale

Saanen, Boer, Goats, Lambs & Cattle for sale

Our family has a long history in the dairy business. Our Dairy was a very successful operation with a focus on genetics. We focus on breeding and marketing outstanding show goats, sheep and cattle. We supply live sheep , & Live Goats , & cattle ( steers and cows), calf ( young ) for the best price you can find!
We have Saanen Goats for Sale. We also have 100% Full Blood Boer, anglo-nubians and a host of other breeds We supply Bucks/Does/Kids/Pregnant Goats/Boer goat semen We have a large selection of Saanen Goat , Pure Bred and Full Blood (registered) Does age between 6 months to 5 years old. Regularly vaccinated, wormed and feet trimmed.


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About Saanen, Boer, Goats, Lambs & Cattle for sale


We have a great selection of Boer, Damara, Saanen and Beetal dairy goats for sale. We have top quality dairy goat bucks and does to choose from.
Full Breed Boer Goats / Boer Goats / Saanen Goats / Damara Goats
What sets our family goat farm apart is a relentless commitment to quality that makes us the right choice when you want exceptional livestock. We care about our animals, and it shows in the way we raise them. That matters because the right goat breeder is much more likely to provide gentle and sociable animals that are easy to handle and better at what they do. We’ve carefully selected from some of the finest lineages around to bring you animals that we’re proud to have raised and even prouder to pass on to great owners who appreciate quality breeding as much as we do. We currently have goats which are milking currently, kids which are ready to breed and meat goats as well. Our goats have excellent milk and show lines.
We have; Boer, Kalahari, Saanen, Beetal, Meat master, Damara, Nigerian Dwarf, Savanna, Doe, doeling, buck, buckling and pregnant does available.


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Savanna Goats for sale
Savanna Goats for sale

We supply live sheep & Live Goats & cattle ( steers and cows), calf ( young ) for the best price you can find!


-Top quality Live Sheep, Goats and Cattle ( Steer, Cows & Calf).
-All wights are available.
-We can supply any required quantity.
-Competitive prices.
-All relevant certificates available.
-Shipping is done through land, sea & air and is available at very reasonable prices.

How We Manage Our Herd


Goat can be more challenging to raise than other types of livestock for many reasons. As a helpful resource for folks who are new to goats, or still learning more about these wonderful animals, we have outlined the way we do things at our farm, and why.
We have been raising goats for decades and have learned a lot through first hand experience. We always try to provide the best possible care for the animals who entrust us with their health.
Many emergency situations can be avoided through good preventative management and we hope the following resources will lead to discussions about the practices you implement on your farm, and any room you might see to improve the health and wellbeing of your own stock.

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Internal Parasite Management


Because they evolved as browsing animals, goats are naturally more susceptible to internal parasites like Lice and Mites than traditional grazing livestock.


Lice are small parasites that live on the skin and hair of the goat. They are species-specific, so there is no need to worry about "catching" lice from your goats. There are two types of lice: biting lice and sucking lice.


Since determining the type of lice is often difficult, any signs of lice on our goats are treated with a topical treatment. Synergized De-Lice or a similar product has been our preference, as it is oil-based, lasts for 10 days, and kills both types of lice. We repeat the application 10-14 days after the first treatment to kill any lice that have hatched since the first treatment.
Mites are microscopic parasites that burrow into the skin of their host. On goats, they are typically found on the lower legs and around the eyes, mouth and ears. They will cause scabs or generalized hair loss, usually on all four legs and/or symmetrically on the face.
Topical treatments are generally not effective, as the mites encapsulate themselves inside the animal's skin, where topical treatments will not penetrate. Injectable Ivermectin is effective in the treatment of mites, but must be given every 10-14 days to kill the adult mites as well as the hatchlings as they emerge.
Some goats will develop a localized secondary infection from the damage the mites do as they burrow into the skin. Usually, a round of Penicillin along with treatment for the mites works quite well.

External Parasites


Like other mammals, goats can host external parasites such as lice, mites, and ticks. In raising goats on pasture, one of the greatest challenges is internal parasites that result in unthrifty, poor-doing, thin, or anemic animals. Goats are routinely exposed to a variety of internal parasites, but the most devastating is haemonchus contortus, commonly known as the barber pole worm.
In general, some level of parasitism is expected in any grazing animal, and isn't necessarily detrimental. When the parasite population gets too large, however, the goat will start to suffer ill effects in the form of a rough coat, decreased productivity and growth, poor feed conversion, diarrhea, anemia and even death in severe cases.
Our goal is to maintain optimal animal health and performance, while minimizing the anthelmintics (chemical dewormers) we administer.



BIRTHING MANAGEMENT


Our replacement does are selected for their ability to breed efficiently, kid unassisted, and raise their kids to weaning on minimal inputs. Our does generally give birth for the first time between 17-20 months old.
We expect our does to raise at least two kids a year, on average, and cull does that do not breed easily or repeatedly give birth to only a single kid. Similarly, we select for does who do not require assistance giving birth or raising their kids.
Many of our kids are born during the winter months, which necessitates breeding out of the traditional breeding season, so we also require our does to breed during the summer months.


Internal Parasite Management


We administer vaccinations to our herd of goats to safeguard against common diseases that can negatively affect health, productivity and growth.
All of our pregnant does receive boosters of their vaccines prior to kidding to promote passive transfer of antibodies to their kids through the colostrum. In addition to vaccines, we also administer BoSe to supplement Selenium prior to kidding, as we reside in a selenium deficient area of the country and have seen stronger kids as a result.
Some breeders recommend vaccinating kids at very young ages (less than 8 weeks of age), but from our research, we feel these early vaccinations are not protective, and may actually be counterproductive, as some of the maternal antibodies received from the dam may be lost due to this practice.


SELECTION AND BREEDING


We work to constantly improve our animals through selective breeding to give us the best chance of producing offspring that are good enough to keep as replacements to improve our herd. While many of our animals are competitive in sanctioned shows, our management is geared more toward production than the show ring.
Our primary goal is to produce functional animals who thrive in a low-input environment. Our does consistently breed and kid easily and raise at least two kids to weaning without assistance.
Because Boer goats are a meat producing animal, we have selected for fast growing goats who have high yields when slaughtered. Over the last decade, we have improved the dressing percentage of our goats significantly and frequently see hanging slaughter weights of at least at 58% of live weight, compared to the accepted average of 45-50%.


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