Monday, October 7, 2013

Cream of the Crop high-selling Kiko doe brings $3,700

The high-selling doe was Lot #74, GHK Z50, that was consigned by Triple M Kikos of Cicero, Ind., and sold for $3,700. The black and white 2010 New Zealand doe was purchased by Donna Reider of Clifty Creek Goat Ranch in Russell Springs, Ky. The high-seller was one of 6 does purchased by Donna.

Prices held strong throughout the 6th annual Cream of the Crop Kiko Sale held Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Corydon, Ind. More than 80 registered buyers bid on 115 head of 100% New Zealand, purebred and percentage Kiko goats. More than 40 buyers took home goats.

Unofficial results for the sale:

52 New Zealand does sold for an average of $1,263.

50 purebred and 88% does sold for an average of $936.

5 50% doelings sold for an average of $265.

3 New Zealand bucks sold for an average of $1,366.

5 purebred bucks brought an average of $775 per head.

The high-selling buck, Lot #25, GHK Rooster, a 2012 son of Iron Horse, sold for $1,700. He was consigned by Goat Hill Kikos of Porum, Okla., and purchased by Charles and Sherri Reece of Dean Hill Kikos in Smith County, Tenn. 

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