ORIGIN OF THE BREED

The development of the white Savanna goat started in 1955 on a farm belonging to DSU Cilliers and Sons. The near river location of the farm enforced little care and with fluctuating temperatures and rainfall, the goats were expected to adjust, survive and multiply in a typical savanna environment. The breed started off by using an indigenous multi-color, floppy ear female and a large white buck. The result was a fertile, heat, parasite and drought resistant breed with good meat characteristics. Interest in the breed led to the recognition of the specie in its own right and the Savannah Goat Breeders Association was formed in 1993.  They were first imported into the United States in 1995. For more information about the history of the Savanna goat Click Here. 


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MGF-156

Sire: HVI EO503 – imported
Dam:  Mincey Goat Farm 104 ET
DOB – 4/18/2012
PI & NASA Registered

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Introducing our herd sires Abraham and Isaac.  

Registered, DNA Tested, Fullblood Savanna Bucks

MGF-G31

Sire:  MGF 32 ET – son of HVI EO525
Dam:  Mincey Goat Farm 27 ET
DOB – 4/16/2013
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