Miracle Of B & E Meat Goats


My goats rules the farm!

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             Welcome to Miracle Of B & E Meat Goats
I'm proud to say that I enjoy raising my goats. I started out with 2 goats that where given to me back in the fall of 2012. At that time in my life I had no desire to raise them.  But since we had two, my husband and I decided to expand the herd. It has been slow work building it up. But has come along way. Right now in 2017 we are at 60 head total.  We have been putting in a lot fencing up to divide are 5 acres . We are running with 2 bucks. One is a traditional and the other is dapple.  
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We strive to raise quality goats for meat or show

Information


Donation Form

We are still looking for donations for the show. Print this form off and send it to Brenda Hebl 1796 Terrace Rd Corydon, IA 50060. Name will appear on flyers and on the web page and Facebook.

Show Schedule & Rules

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Sponsors


Lucas County Fairgrounds

Lucas County Fairgrounds

Would like to give a BIG THANK-YOU to the Lucas County Fair board for sponsoring the goat show. I hope it turns out to be a great success for them.

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Miracle of B & E Meat Goats

Miracle of B & E Meat Goats

I'm helping Lucas County Fairboard organize the show. Any questions just ask me.

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Van Syoc Farms

Van Syoc Farms

Raising Bearded Iris and Boer Goats. I also sell Hand Made Goat and Mares Milk Soaps

Chariton FFA Chapter

Chariton FFA Chapter

B & M Auto Repair

B & M Auto Repair

Services offered: Air condition, Battery service, Bearing & Seals, Belts & Hoses, Brake repair , Charging system, Computer Diagnostics & much more!

Chariton Feed and Grain, INC.

Chariton Feed and Grain, INC.

For all your feed needs Chariton Feed and Grain is at your service. If they don't have they will try and get for you.

HyVee

HyVee

A Helpful Smile in Every Aisle Hy-Vee is synonymous with quality, variety, convenience, healthy lifestyles, culinary expertise and superior customer service. Its slogan, "A Helpful Smile in Every Aisle," expresses the foundation of the company's operating philosophy.

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Hanna's Upside Down Goats

Hanna's Upside Down Goats

Hanna’s Upside Down Fainting Goats is located south of Indianola, Iowa. We started with one doe; name Tico for our daughter, Hanna. A couple years later we moved to our home now and inherited a doe and buck from the owners. Nature took course and as of now we are up to around 20 registered fainting goats. Along the way we have started to show our goats at local shows and we had a son, Keifer. Our daughter is currently a youth member of the Myotonic Goat Registry.

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International Kiko Goat Association (IKGA)

International Kiko Goat Association (IKGA)

“Dedicated to the Kiko breed and the meat goat industry

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Iowa Meat Goat Association

Iowa Meat Goat Association

The Iowa Meat Goat Association was formed in the fall of 2003. We are an organization comprised of farms, individuals, and families from across Iowa and neighboring states. The IMGA provides publicity, educational programs, and other activities in the interest of meat goat owners and enthusiasts. The IMGA promotes meat goats

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Jeffers Livestock

Jeffers Livestock

Products cattle supplies, goat and sheep supplies, poultry and fowl supplies, rabbit supplies, dairy supplies, llama supplies, swine supplies, farm and ranch supplies

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Anderson, Larkin & CO. P.C.

Anderson, Larkin & CO. P.C.

Guest speakers on Farm Taxes

Events


  • 08/04/2018 10:00 PM - 08/05/2018 10:00 PM
  • 2225 250th St, Washington, IA, United States

3 ABGA Shows Date of Show- 8/4-5/18 Show Start Time- 8am Arrival Date- 8/3/18 Check In Time- 3pm-6pm Early Entry Fee- $15/class Late Entry Fee- $25/class Pen Fees- $5/pen Entries Due By- 7/26/18 Two shows Saturday; one show Sunday ABGA Judges- TBA

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  • 06/03/2018 09:55 PM
  • 800 2nd Avenue, Corydon, IA 50060, United States

1 ABGA Show Wayne FFA Classic Show form_ http://abga.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Wayne-FFA-Classic-Show-form_.pdf Date of Show- 6/3/18 Show Start Time- 11am Arrival Date- 6/3/18 Check In Time- 8am-10am Early Entry Fee- $15/class Late Entry Fee- $25/class Pen Fees- $5/pen Entries Due By- 5/23/18 ABGA Judges- TBA Iowa

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  • 05/26/2018 09:52 PM - 05/27/2018 09:53 PM
  • 425 East St, Grinnell, IA 50112, United States

3 ABGA Shows 2 shows on 26th and 1 show on 27th Date of Show- 5/26-27/18 Show Start Time- 8:30am Arrival Date- 5/25/18 Check In Time- 4-7pm Early Entry Fee- $15/class Late Entry Fee- $20/class Pen Fee- $5/pen Pen Size- 4×5 Entries Due By- 5/19/18 No late entries after 5/23/18 ABGA Judge- TBA Iowa

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  • 05/12/2018 09:47 PM
  • 48293 Hy Vee Rd, Chariton, IA, United States

1 ABGA Show Date of Show- 5/12/18 Show Start Time- 10am Arrival Date- 5/12/18 Check-In Time- 7-9am Early Entry Fee- $15/class Late Entry Fee- $20/class Pen Fee- $5/pen Entries Due By- 4/21/18 ABGA Judge- TBA Iowa

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  • 05/05/2018 03:00 PM
  • Chariton IA

Welcome to the Lucas County Goat Show. Fairgrounds is hosting a commercial show and a fun show to help kick start the show season in Iowa. This show is open to all goat meat breeders. Check in is Saturday and the Show is on Sunday.

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  • 04/21/2018 09:37 PM
  • 2503 West 16th Street, Sedalia, MO, United States

2 ABGA Shows Date of Show- 4/21/18 Show Start Time- 10am Arrival Date- 4/20/18 after 1pm Early Entry Fee- $15/class per show or $25/class for both shows Late Entry Fee- $25/class per show No Pen Fees Pen Size- 10×10 Entries Due By- 4/13/18 Check in 4/21 at 8am; second show will not start before 2pm, no email entries accepted ABGA Judges- Show 1- Nick Hammett; Show 2- Josh Taylor Missouri

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About


About
The Miniature Australian Shepherd (North American Miniature Australian Shepherd) has a medium-length coat. It comes in blue or red merle, red or black tricolor, all with white and/or tan markings. The hair around the ears and eyes should not be white. The coat may be straight or slightly wavy, and should have feathering on the back of the legs, and a mane and frill around the neck. Hair on the head, front of the forelegs and on the outside of the ears is shorter than the rest of the coat. The hindquarters are the same length as the forequarters. The top of the skull is quite flat and clean cut. The feet are oval and compact. The lips do not hang over the lower jaw.

Miniature Australian Shepherds are easygoing, perpetual puppies that love to play. Courageous, loyal and affectionate, they are excellent children's companions that are great with active children. A devoted friend and guardian. Very lively, agile and attentive, they are eager to please with a sixth sense about what the owner wants. Miniature Australian Shepherds are highly intelligent and easy to train. They can become nervous and destructive if left alone too much without enough mental and physical exercise. They need a job to do, as the breed is very intelligent, active and thus easily bored. Socialize your dog well when it is a puppy to avoid it becoming suspicious of strangers. Some like to nip people’s heels in an attempt to herd them. They need to be taught herding humans is not acceptable. A fine companion, it also enjoys working small stock. They are quiet workers. This breed is not usually dog aggressive. Make sure you are this dog's firm, confident, consistent pack leader to avoid Small Dog Syndrome, human induced behavior problems. Always remember, dogs are canines, not humans. Be sure to meet their natural instincts as animals.

Miniature Height: 13 - 18 inches (33 - 46 cm)
Miniature Weight: 15 - 35 pounds (6 - 16 kg)

The gene for the beautiful merle coloration also carries a blind/deaf factor. This may be expressed only in merle/merle crosses. The vast majority of merle North American Miniature Australian Shepherds are heterozygous merles (one parent is merle, the other is solid) and these merles are not at risk for any special health problems due to their coloration. Be sure to check the hearing on merle puppies. Hip and eye problems can occur. Ensure sire and dam of puppies have been tested and are certified clear prior to purchasing a puppy. Some herding dogs carry a MDR1 gene which makes them sensitive to certain drugs that are otherwise okay to give another dog, but if tested positive for this gene can kill them.

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Contact


  • 1796 Terrace Rd Corydon, IA, United States