There are lots of great reasons for choosing Kikos, and they all go back to the beginning. The original development of the Kiko breed was focused on producing goats for the market using the least inputs. Solid decisions were made with facts, not emotions, and breeding decisions included selecting for production traits, not showroom glamour. Kikos outperform other breeds where it counts—in your pocket.
Once you begin raising Kikos, you ‘ll quickly notice a difference. Does have excellent maternal instincts, quickly bonding with their kids, and the kids are up and nursing within minutes of birth. Kids grow quickly, reaching market weight sooner than other breeds. You’ll spend less time and money on hoof problems and deworming, more time on enjoying the challenge of improving your herd.
Browse through some of the research articles below, talk to Kiko producers, and look up results from various buck tests around the country. You’ll see the clear advantage in raising Kikos. We invite you to talk with Kiko breeders in your area and attend an AKGA national or regional event where you’ll participate in top-notch training seminars.
-= THE KIKO ADVANTAGE =-
Exceptional Maternal Instincts | Parasite Resistant | Aggressive Foragers | Aggressive Breeders | Vigorous, fast-growing kids | Less Producer input | Less hoof problems | More kids raised to weaning | Excellent for crossbreeding | Improved carcass yields | Proven by independent research
Kiko Research Part 1 – Dr. Richard Browning, Tennessee State University
Kiko Research Part 2 – Dr. Richard Browning, Tennessee State University
Kiko Research Part 3 – Dr. Richard Browning, Tennessee State University
Additional Information, Slide 1, Slide 2, Slide 3
Dr. Richard Browning, Tennessee State University