Camelot Cattle Company


Nubian Info: We keep a small herd of ADGA Purebred Registered Nubian goats. We test annually for CAE and have herd-wide negative results every year. We don't have any chronic or contagious health problems in our herd. We practice strict bio-security to keep our herd disease-free. Our entire herd is G6S Normal either by DNA test or by parentage. We participate in linear appraisal and continuous monthly DHIR. Our kids are all bottle raised with coccidia prevention. To see information about our feeding program click here.

Showing: While we do breed show quality goats, we refrain from showing them ourselves. We feel showing is not best for our herd's health which is a top priority for us. In addition, ADGA doesn't consider show wins in their data for genetic evaluations for a reason; show results are subjective. At shows your animal is only compared to the other animals who happen to show up at that specific show, not compared to the actual breed standard as it is in Linear Appraisal. So, while we love seeing goats showing well, we prefer to keep our herd bio-secure and use Linear Appraisal and DHIR to record our goats' quality and at the same time keep our goats from being stressed or exposed to other herds.

Visitor Information: Please call ahead to be sure we will be available to meet you as we do keep a busy schedule. For bio-security purposes, we also ask that when you visit, you refrain from wearing your regular barn boots and barn outerwear. Please wear clean shoes/boots and clean jeans/outerwear that you have not worn in any barn or around any other animals please. You will NOT be permitted inside the pens with the animals at any time. We will bring the animal(s) that you may be interested in out of the pen for your closer inspection. Thank you for understanding! 

We are a Certified Dairy Goat Quality Producer through Langston University and we keep an active ADGA membership. We have some of the best Nubian bloodlines for milk and show with foundations from all over the United States. We have home bred does who have proven themselves by earning superior genetics and elite status as well as finding themselves among the breed leaders in the prestigious Top Ten lists. We take pride in breeding for beautiful breed character on strong, healthy, dependable dairy animals with steady, calm, affectionate dispositions, low input/high output conversion, and longevity. All of these positive traits make for productive, show quality dairy animals that last. So, whether you are looking for show or just quality dairy animals, consider a Camelot Cattle Co Nubian! 

As you peruse our wonderful Nubians, note that each goat has their own section with a link to their own page with pictures and information such as pedigrees, production and appraisal records, reserved kid prices, breeding plans and references such as dams, sires, progeny, etc, as well as a link to their ADGA pedigree and records and a link to see their official CDCB data. The does are listed on this page by age, oldest first and getting younger as you scroll down; the bucks are listed after the does, again in descending age order. Again, links are provided for more information and pictures on each. If you are interested in reserving a kid or purchasing from us, please take a look at our Purchase Information Page. I have tried to make the site as informative as possible while keeping it as user friendly as possible. I hope I have succeeded at that but feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Enjoy! 

 Interested in purchasing one of our goats or reserving a kid out of our does? 

Click here to see our purchase/reservation information.


Does


Nubilop Acres Lytle Puff 1*M V89

2013 ADGA Nubian Doe





Puff 3rd freshening udder full and milked out - 2017 



Puff pictured as a 4 year old.




 


 

 Nubilop Acres Flirt's Flirty 1*M E90 (VVEE)

2013 ADGA Nubian Doe





Flirty pictured as a 4 year old







SG Camelot Cattle Co Mischief 2*M E90 (VVEE)

2016 ADGA Nubian Doe

Superior Genetics - Breed Leader - Elite

**2019 and 2020 ELITE Doe**

**2019 and 2020 Top Ten Doe**

Leading her breed nation-wide at #1 in Milk, #2 in Butterfat and #5 in Protein in 2020 (#3 in Milk, #3 in Butterfat and #9 in Protein in 2019)

 



















Camelot Cattle Co Fawkes 2*M V88 (VVEV)

 

2017 ADGA Nubian Doe


-Breed Leader-


**2020 Top Ten Doe**





Fawkes as a yearling










Camelot Cattle Co Harley Quinn 2*M

2018 ADGA Nubian Doe





Harley's second freshening udder










Camelot Cattle Co Charlie (2*M pending)

2019 ADGA Nubian Doe


Charlie about 8 months into her first lactation 





 











Camelot Cattle Co Ruby (2*M pending)

2019 ADGA Nubian Doe


Ruby pictured as a first freshener





 






Camelot Cattle Co Amara (2*M pending)

2019 ADGA Nubian Doe















Camelot Cattle Co Isabelle (2*M pending)

2019 ADGA Nubian Doe





 






Camelot Cattle Co Mystique

2020 ADGA Nubian Doe



 
 







Camelot Cattle Co Bellatrix

2020 ADGA Nubian Doe


 Pictured above as a dry yearling

  





Camelot Cattle Co Jinx

2020 ADGA Nubian Doe


 Pictured as a dry yearling


  





Camelot Cattle Co Poppy Pomfrey

2021 ADGA Nubian Doe


Pictured as a bottle kid

 




Camelot Cattle Co Tessa

2021 ADGA Nubian Doe


Pictured as a bottle kid

  



Camelot Cattle Co Diva

2022 ADGA Nubian Doe



Diva is out of Ruby, sired by Oliver Wood, making her related to Top Ten does top and bottom. She is a carbon copy of her beautiful dam and we can't wait to see how she matures! Pictured above as a bottle kid with her littermate sister, Daphne.



Camelot Cattle Co Daphne

2022 ADGA Nubian Doe


Daphne is out of Ruby, sired by Oliver Wood, making her related to Top Ten does top and bottom. She  looks a lot like her beautiful dam with a little extra flash from her sire. We can't wait to see how she matures! Pictured above as a bottle kid.


 
Camelot Cattle Co Dafina

2022 ADGA Nubian Doe



This adorable girl is out of our sweet Puff who is getting older and this year and last year has only had single kids. This year Puff went into labor but was not progressing. Upon examination I eventually found a single kid buried so deep as to be almost impossible to reach. She was upside down with her head bent back and tucked even further down out of reach. After an agonizingly long time I was finally able to get her sorted so I could help Puff deliver her. This exquisite girl is named Dafina which means hidden or buried treasure. She is sired by Oliver Wood, full brother to multiple time elite Top Ten doe SG Camelot Cattle Co Mischief 2*M Ex90. Definitely a keeper. Pictured as a bottle kid.

 




Bucks


GCH +*B Sweet-Spring Calvin Klein EX91

2013 ADGA Nubian Buck









+*B Tamris Farm Sap's Onyx

2014 ADGA Nubian Buck

~2021 CDCB Top Buck ranked at 96 percentile~~Elite Buck~

~Top Ten Breed Leader and Elite sire~

 








Camelot Cattle Co Chrome

2014 ADGA Nubian Buck

~Top Ten Breed Leader Sire~

 







Camelot Cattle Co Moose

2018 ADGA Nubian Buck

~Brother to Elite Top Ten Breed Leaders on top and bottom~

 



Moose baby picture








*B Camelot Cattle Co Dante

2019 ADGA Nubian Buck

~Son of multiple time Elite Top Ten Breed Leader SG Camelot Cattle Co Mischief 2*M Ex90~


Pictured as a 2 year old 







*B Camelot Cattle Co Oliver Wood

2020 ADGA Nubian Buck

~Full brother to multiple time Elite Top Ten Breed Leader SG Camelot Cattle Co Mischief 2*M Ex90~



 



 




*B Wingwood Farm FA Abraxan

2021 ADGA Nubian Buck

 
Abraxan pictured above at 9 months of age







 Interested in purchasing one of our goats or reserving a kid out of our does? 

Click here to see our purchase/reservation information.