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Top-seller brings $5,000 at Heritage Blue Ridge sale


The 2021 Heritage Kiko Blue Ridge Invitational sale was held October 16 at the Guilford County Agricultural Center in Greensboro, N.C. The hosts were Rich and Laura Davis, Tracy Loyd and Angela Story and Lester and Stephanie Goodman.


The high-selling doe was bought by Kenneth and Connie Jessee


for $5,000. The doe was JKC Rusty Moon and was consigned by the late Phillip Wilborn and his wife Lynn of Just Kiddin’ Caprines. The high-selling buck was bought by Josh and Kimberly Headden for $1,000. The buck was JKC SW Maverick and was also a Just Kiddin’ Caprines consignment. Both high sellers were ECR Rusty


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28 Goat Rancher | November 2021


The high—selling doe (left) and the high-selling buck at the North Carolina Kiko sale. offspring.


The high-volume buyer was Rankin and Karen Hale with five


lots purchased. The high-selling consignor was Rich and Laura Davis of Pleasant Ridge Goats.


Semen prices were solid, with two straws of ELH Blue’s Son bringing $3,000.


Here are the sale averages: • The average NZ doe price was $1,597. • The average buck price was $667. • The average semen price was $1,029 per lot. n


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