Polled Purebred Nubians At Trotting C A Rare Commodity In The Goat World According to ADGA records, since 1904 there has been over 2 million dairy goats registered in the United States as of October 2015. Of these less than ½ percent (0.47%) have been Polled Purebred Nubians. Yes in over 111 years and over 2,000,000 goats less than ½ percent makes these goats a rare find indeed and the fact that they are born naturally hornless, meaning no disbudding is needed, makes them very desirable and gaining greatly in popularity. Further research shows there has only been 77 purebred polled Nubian bucks registered in the United States since 2009 and Trotting C Farm is proud to own 2 of them:
TILL-RIV MK POLLED MARAUDER - N001694755 (PB Buck) (Polled) DOB: 2/18/2014 “Marauder” has only bred one doe of far and sired a doeling that was Grand Champion in her first show. His breeding career will continue this fall (2015)
ILL-RIV SC POLLED ENCORE - N001694754 (PB Buck) (Polled) DOB: 6/6/2014 “Encore” will begin his breeding career this fall (2015).
We are extremely pleased to have both of these boys in our breeding program as we pursue our goal of breeding for excellence in dairy goats and specializing in polled genetics.
We also specialize in Polled / Blue Eyed Nigerian Dwarfs. *Come See The Difference*