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Welcome to Swampy Acre Kikos. We have been raising goats for over 25 years. We are a member of the National Kiko Registry. We began raising a few dairy goats to clear some land and before long our herd grew. We added Boer goats. Then came 4-H projects. We began researching Kikos due their parasite resistance, maternal qualities and ability to gain weight special feed. We also found that Kikos are excellent mothers. Our Kiko herd began with our NKR registered
New Zealand buck TMK C62 in 2014 and has grown from there. BFI Ash, a son of 62, was our herd sire for a few years sold heir bloodlines include GH Apache Loverboy; Sunboy 117 Loverboy (top and bottom) ; Betula Hill Moneymaker; Tay Onyx; Coo Iron Horse; Mr. Speckles. We breed for the high quality characteristics of Kikos. We continue to improve our herd for parasite resistance, easy birthing, good mothering and ability to raise multiple babies without having to bottle feed any. In April 2020 we added BKK Denali, his sire is Sequoia and his grand sire is Indian Outlaw. He has proven to be a beneficial addition to our herd. He has added size, color, muscle, parasite resistance to our kids and virility noticeable in our very young bucklings. He weighs in at nearly 300 pounds, but has a wonderful temperament. He is gentle with the does. We continue to be selective with a goal to improve our herd and the Kiko breed. We register are goats with the NKR.
We recently added a new buck, Hua Koati. He is a little over 1 year old and has Pango Hua and Hobo in his bloodlines.
Denali - 2019
Swamp Acre Kikos
Sequoia - 2013
Photo - Bohannon Kentucky \Kikos
Indiana Outlaw -June 2016-
Photo - Dean Hill Kikos
Hua Koati- July 2023
Blue's Money Maker - 2022
We are proud to share one of Denali's progeny KSA Blue's Money Maker purchased by Rodney and Carter Sickels. Blue's Money Maker was born in January of 2022 and reached 140 lbs. by 1 year old and is busy si.ring his own heard
Pictured to the right is another nice buck produced by Denali. Abendigo was purchased by Lacy Lewellen. Abendigo weighed in at 122 lbs. at 1 year old. His dam is Nehemiah.
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