Purebred Herdsires

Ah, bucks.

We thought long and hard about whether not to bring a full fledged buck onto our small homestead (a blog post about that later). Needless to say, we welcomed out first herdsire to Lost Acre Homestead on December 24th of 2019 , Merry Christmas to me! Since then we always have at least one purebred herd sire to service our girls and other local farms.

For herd testing results, visit here.

Von Robbin (AKA ROBIN)

ADGA Registration #N__________



Robin comes from southern Virginia from a closed herd of Nubian dairy goats with excellent milking lines, known for high milk production! He was born in April 2020 and has officially entered his first breeding season.

His sire pictured below had some gorgeous moonspots and his dam had a high capacity udder with great teat structure for high volume milking.

We’re excited to see what type of kids this gorgeous boy puts out!

October 2020
October 2020
Robin’s Sire
Robin’s Dam
Dam’s Udders


Bad Chicken Ranch SR Lionheart (AKA PETER)

ADGA Registration #L1945196

Sire: Honey Road Zephyr

Dam: S-Stock Exchange Painted Lady

Oh Peter, Peter, Peter. What to say about this silly boy. He’s was of excellent breeding stock and a phenomenal herdsire, and performed really well on a lead as he was a 4H project goat before coming to our homestead.

We were sad to see him go, but are extremely excited for our purebred Nubian breeding program!

December 2019
January 2020
July 2020
Breeding season 2019