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Kiko group plans Buck Day Oct.9 in Virginia On October 9 Kikos United LLC is hosting its first annual Buck


Day at the Tazewell County Fairgrounds, 515 Fairground Rd, Taze- well, Va.


The event is open to anyone interested in learning more about raising and caring for goats. Events include buck collection of several Kiko bucks in the area, assessing and keeping your buck in top shape, fencing, biosecurity screening, and pro- moting your buck and your herd.


Collection serv- ices will be provided by Veal Genetics and presentations by The Abandoned Dog, Cir- cle W Ranch, Dean Hill Kikos and Row- land Hills Farm.


A question-and-answer session will follow the day’s events. The event will begin at 9 a.m. Activities will continue through-


out the day. There is no charge to attend, coffee and donuts provided. For more information, please contact Sherri Reece at 615 388-3774 or e-mail kikosunited@gmail.com.


What is Kikos United LLC?


Over the last several years three farms that had connected be- cause of their common interest in the Kiko breed and similar man- agement styles came together to form Kikos United LLC.


The partnership includes James and April Wilson of Circle W Ranch in North Tazwell, Va.; Charles and Sherri Reece of Dean Hill Kikos in Lafayette, Tenn.; and Lester and Stefanie Goodman of Rowland Hills Farm in Gretna, Va.


“The partnership was born out of our desire to work together to create the best Kikos possible using our combined experience and knowledge,” according to a statement on the Kikos United LLC web- site. “We also share the desire to work with other farms, new and es- tablished, and as we ourselves continue to learn, we want to provide opportunities to others to expand their knowledge as well.” The partnership is a client of the National Kiko Registry. n


KIKO CALENDAR


Sept. 18 — Oklahoma Hills Meat Goat Conference and Invita- tional Kiko Sale. Okmulgee Co. Fairgrounds, Okmulgee, OK. For more information, Kent Perkins, 918-755-4462 or kperkin- shat55@yahoo.com.


Sept. 24-25 — IKGA Kikofest 2021. Rhea County Agricultural and Natural Resource Complex, Evensville, TN. Contact Steve Maynard, 931-704-0770.


Oct. 1-2 — NKR’s Corn Country Commercial Meat Goat Confer- ence. Harrison County Fairgrounds, Corydon, IN. Contact Ken- dell Barnes, 859-749-7584 or barnes_4@bellsouth.net; or Christian McGill, 317-376-0951 or christianmcgill4@gmail.com. Website: www.cocsale.com.


Oct. 2 — Cream of the Crop Kiko Sale. Harrison County Fair- grounds, Corydon, IN. Contact Kendell Barnes, 859-749-7584 or barnes_4@bellsouth.net; or Christian McGill, 317-376-0951 or christianmcgill4@gmail.com. Website: www.cocsale.com.


Oct. 15-16 — Heritage Blue Ridge Invitational. Guilford County Center, 3309 Burlington Rd., Greensboro, N.C. 27405. For more information, heritagekikoshowcase@gmail.com.


Nov. 6 — 1st Annual Magnolia Kiko Classic. Forrest County Multi-Purpose Center, Hattiesburg, Miss. Contact: Darryl Byrd, 228-282-4111 or dbyrd142@yahoo.com.


Nov. 12-13 — SEKGA RoundUp and Kiko Sale. Georgia FFA- FCCLA Center, Covington, Ga. FMI: Marilyn Seleska, 229-740- 1813 or www.sekga.us.


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