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Diana McQuitty                                              Bill Woodward
                 5500 Muhlbach Rd.                                        12201 Old Columbus Rd.
                  Hillsboro, Ohio 45133                                     South Vienna, Ohio 45369

(937) 393-9320                                                (937) 568-4099
                                                                                        Billygoat1919@aol.com

McQuitty-Farm is a small herd of Saanens and Lamanchas located in southwest or central Ohio depending on what farm they are at although all goats have been at Bill's for the past 5 years. Our primary focus is on winning in the show ring although we feel high production and good temperaments are no less important. Enclosed you will find pedigrees, pictures of our breeding stock and the carefully planned matings for 2014. Although there are prices listed for all kids some bucklings will not be offered for sale, only those from carefully selected does whom we would keep and show ourselves. This year celebrates our 33 rd year owning and enjoying dairy goats.

We believe that superior management is just as important as a fancy pedigree and that it allows our animals to reach their full genetic potential. The kids are taken away from their dams at birth and fed heat treated colostrum or colostrum powder and pasteurized goat milk until about three months of age. The entire herd is fed a 16% sweet feed and alfalfa hay.  Grain is not introduced to kids until weaning. Loose mineral, salt blocks and sodium bicarbonate is readily available at all times. Our kids are treated aggressively for coccidiosis since Ohio can be extremely wet during spring time. Bo-Se, De worming and Copper boluses are given bi-annually and as needed on an individual basis.          

We show throughout the mid west and try to attend the National Show if within driving distance.   My aunt and I have been extremely fortunate to have had much success at the national shows we did attend having bred four National Champions (all of which were BUOB or RBUOB), numerous class winners and top ten producers.     After taking 2012 off from the show ring it was nice to get the herd back out in 2013.  We attended 6 shows this year winning 6 BOB, 6 SR GCH, 3 Res SR CH, 5 JR CH, 3 BSDIS, 1 X BUIS.  CH McQuitty-Farm Delaney finished her championship this year and was BSDIS at MODGA, the Hoosier Classic (ring 2) where she was also BUIS and Indiana State Fair.  Danika, Snivel, Tart, Demi, Delsey, Rhapsody in Blue and Deleena all received legs towards their championships at very competitive shows! Frantastic earned her star at the 2013 Indiana State Fair where she was also awarded champion producer over all breeds, she milked 18.8 lbs with 3.4% fat.

Although the majority of the kid crop is offered for sale, we reserve the right to retain any kid as a herd replacement. We require a non refundable $100 deposit to hold your choice of kid up to four weeks of age. The deposit will be returned or transferred to another kid if we choose not to sell the kid or if the kid is not born. Vet work, shipping crates and shipping are the responsibility of the buyer and must be completed before the kid leaves the farm. We ship from various local airports but prefer CMH although we encourage you to pick up your kid at the farm so you can see the relatives and family members of the kid you ordered. All checks should be made payable to Diana McQuitty.

We will be offering the majority of the 2014 kid crop for your consideration.  If there is no photo of an animal that interests you please contact Bill and he will give you an honest evaluation of the animals strengths and weaknesses. We do understand that buying an animal sight unseen can be an expensive and risky investment and we truly want you to be happy with your purchase. We do not guarantee every animal to be a show winner when they mature so we only replace animals that are reproductively unsound. Written documentation from a licensed veterinarian of sterility will get you a replacement although shipping costs and vet work are the responsibility of the owner of the animal being replaced. No offspring may be registered from returned animals. Once an animal leaves our possession it is the responsibility of the buyer!

I want to thank everyone who has purchased animals from us in the past and who has helped us succeed along the way. We don’t do a great deal of showing but it seems we always have people willing to lend a helping hand showing, taking pictures, loading/unloading, etc!!!  Thank you all for your help, it is greatly appreciated!

Again, Thank you for your interest in McQuitty Farm and we hope you enjoy our web site and 2014  sales list.
Diana & Bill

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