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Kiko breeder Phillip Wilborn dies at 65 Well-known Kiko breeder Phillip Wilborn, 65, of Just Kiddin’ Caprines in Langston, Ala., died suddenly on Nov. 19, 2020. Phillip was a familiar sight at many Kiko events with his pony- tail and overalls. He was loud and at first meeting might seem over-bearing, but he was a gentle soul.


Once you got to know him, he was a friend for life and always went out of his way to help others. He will be missed by all.


Phillip was a big pro- moter of the Kiko goat breed. He was a founder and partner of the Heritage Kiko sales and in recent years had nar- rated the Southeast Kiko Goat Association sales. Phillip is survived by


his wife, Lynn Wilborn; Son, Jay Tuten; daughter, Kandace Agustin; Step-daughter, Step- hanie Gardner; step- son, Tony Gardner; sisters-


Tammy Mullins; two brothers, Rick Wilborn and Chris Wilborn; one grandchild, Tori Bone .


He was preceded in death by his parents, Glenn and Barbara Wilborn; and grandson, Brock Tuten. n


February 2021 | Goat Rancher


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