While we were at the AKGA National Convention I had some people ask me how our spanish goats were doing. Well, I really didn't know how many we had left out of the 52 we purchased. Between natural selection and a few, we are sure, leaving the ranch there could have only been 15 left.
Today we worked goats, all 245 of them (well except a few 2010 kids that did not come in or slipped through the fence) and 39 of them were spanish. So if you ask me again I can tell you how many spanish goats we still have left and how they are doing, pretty good I would say. AND they are still wild as ever when you get your hands on them.
A few of our spanish does as yearlings.