Goat Hill Kikos sold the highest selling
purebred buck and the highest selling purebred doe at the 2007 AKGA Showcase
Sale at Stillwater, Oklahoma. At the 2008 Showcase Sale we had the highest
selling NZ yearling and the 2nd highest selling NZ yearling. At the 2009
Showcase sale we had the 2nd highest selling goat in the sale (The highest
selling consignment was a doe with a weaning age doe kid by her side), the
highest selling yearling, and the highest selling purebred. At the
2008 Oklahoma Forage Buck Test GHK had the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th place
bucklings. In the 2009 test GHK had the Grand Champion Buckling, the
Reserve Champion parasite resistant buckling, and Linda was named the Grand
Champion Breeder based on the performance of 3 Iron Horse sons. Here is your
chance to add these kinds of genetics to your herd.
As a food animal veterinarian I have been very aware of the meat goat problems
of parasitism, feet problems, and poor mothering traits. The Kiko breed is
ideal for eliminating or reducing these concerns and are also the best foragers
I have come across. In meat goat production, less problems and better use
of available forage means more profits!
Since the Kikos arrived in this country in the mid
1990's, Kiko producers have been observing the hardiness, growth, foraging and
mothering traits of the breed. In recent years, university research has
confirmed what Kiko breeders already knew.
We use Kiko genetics in our commercial herd and want to
make the same genetics available to you. We offer affordable percentage
Kiko female replacements, and purebred Kiko bucks for commercial meat goat
producers with selection based on low maintenance, high performance traits needed
for profitability. We also offer purebred and 100% NZ goats to other
seedstock producers using the finest genetics available nationwide.
Who We Are and Where To Find Us!
Dr. Dave Sparks grew up in the livestock
industry and has been a food animal veterinarian for over 30 years. He has
practiced in Oklahoma, Kansas, Arizona, and California. He also served as
the Director of the Department of Agriculture for The Navajo Tribe for seven
years. He is a member of the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association and
the American Small Ruminant Practitioners Association. Linda Sparks grew
up on a dairy farm and has also raised livestock all her life. For us, this is not a
hobby, this is what we do!
Goat Hill is located just off Interstate 40
near Porum Oklahoma.
Goat kids and grandkids go together great!
Dave and Linda Sparks
- 918-484-2364 or 620-216-0009
- Postal address
- Rt. 1 Box 30920 Porum, OK, 74455
- Electronic mail
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