Import, Beli, Jual & Ternak Kambing Boer ; Reka & Bina Kandang


Goat Milk: A Blessing for Ageing People

If you have crossed your golden jubilee anniversary or touching it then you have probably noticed some disturbing changes in your daily routine, the way your body reacts to foods.

In today's world doctors agree that getting minerals from foods in this age is a better choice than getting them from manufactured and inorganic products.

Goat milk also contains less lactose than cow milk which is helpful in preventing the development of allergies. Because goat milk is easier to digest, we can tolerate it better and experience less frequency of smelly, uncomfortable and embarrassing gas. Goat milk is an alkaline food so it doesn't produce unnecessary and potentially dangerous acids in your blood or intestines. Goat milk contain vitamins, especially riboflavin, to help heal your skin, minerals to help you maintain healthy blood pressure, bioorganic sodium to help settle upset stomachs and other serious digestive disorders like chronic indigestion, intestinal irritation, constipation, diarrhoea or even ulcers and bloating.

Goat milk not only contains less fat than cow milk but it also has less of the enzyme called xanthine oxidase which generates the superoxide free radical molecule, which creates scar tissue on the heart if it enters the bloodstream. It's also been proven to cause your body to produce excess cholesterol, which can lead to arteriosclerosis.

With goat milk you can help to soothe your digestive system and intestinal tract, strengthen your immune system and help fight off nasty bugs, ease painful joints, encourage healthy bone growth and even avoid further bone loss and above all balance and regulate blood sugar levels.

Boer Goat Arrival - Aug2008

Pada Awal bulan Aug 2008 ini, ada beberapa shipment yang sampai di KTL Farm.
Semuanya dari Suppliers terkemuka di Australia

Sedikit sebanyak gambaran ketika ketibaan kambing ...

Ada kambing yang sudah di angkat ketika di KLIA lagi, ada yang sejurus ketibaan di KTL Farm.

Kini, Stok yang masih untuk jualan adalah ...

-Reg FB Buck (Medium to Large ... limited stok)
-UnReg Buck
-Reg FB Doe
-Purebred Doe

kepada yang berminat ...
Pls email us at or
Call us at 016-339 8803 (San) or 019-334 8803 (Hee) untuk appoitment.

Mineral Block

Mineral Block atau Garam Jilat untuk Kambing dan Berbiri untuk dijual.

Terdapat dalam Packing 5kg dan 10kg.

Komposisi kandungan Mineral Block OVI (click to enlarge)
Mineral block ini adalah diimport dari Spain yang mana kilangnya adalah mematuhi ISO 22000:2005. (Design and manufacture of mineral block for animal nutrition is comply with the requirement of the Food Safety Management System)

Boleh Collect di Klang Atau Segamat.

Harga sebiji
  • 5kg - RM 19.00
  • 10kg - RM 26.00
Harga Package
  • 10 biji 5kg => RM170.00 (total 50kg, RM3.40/kg)
  • 5 biji 5kg & 5 biji 10kg => RM200.00 (total 75kg, RM2.67/kg)
  • 10 biji 10kg => RM230.00 (total 100kg, RM2.30/kg)
sila call 016-339 8803 (San) or 019-334 8803 (Hee)

Kambing Slaughter untuk Dijual

Pelbagai Jenis Kambing Slaughter untuk dijual ...
- Korban dan Aqiqah
- Hari Perayaan dan Party
- Daging Kambing Segar

Stok Semasa (01-Sep-2008)
- 12 ekor Kambing Boer Wether (dah Dikasi), Berat 35-50kg.
- 10 ekor Kambing Boer Jantan, Berat 30-35kg
- 17 ekor Kambing Feral Jantan, Berat 25-35kg

Harga dari RM18/kg (Ex-Farm) berdasarkan grade dan kuantiti di beli.

Pls email us at or
Call us at 016-339 8803 (San) or 019-334 8803 (Hee) for Bulk Discount.

Boer Goat Arrival From NSW Australia

On 11-Apr-2008, we welcome another group of Boer Goats from NSW Australia

1. F1-F3 Doe (White Head)

2) Purebreed (F5/F6) Doe (Brown Head)

3) Registered FullBlood Doe

4) Registered FullBlood Buck

Picture Taken in Australia Farm and Isolation

Di KLIA Animal Hotel

Kapada yang berminat, jangan tunggu lagi ...
Pls email us at or
Call us at 016-339 8803 (San) or 019-334 8803 (Hee) for Bulk Discount.

Kemasukan Kambing Boer Dari Australia

Inilah gambaran ketika kemasukan kambing-kambing boer dari Australia di KLIA dan di KTL Farm.

Kambing Boer yang dibawah masuk termasuk Pejantan Fullblood, Induk Betina F3/F4, Kambing Boer Jantan untuk dipotong.

Kepada yang berminat, sila hubungi 016-339 8803 (San).

Tempahan juga dibuka untuk pelbagai grade Kambing Boer untuk shipment berikutnya

Preparation of goat bucks for mating

When one is preparing goat bucks for mating the following aspects must be considered.

1) Physiology of sperm production.

2) Nutrition.

3) Season.

4) Age of Bucks.

5) Fertility.

6) Mating Dexterity.

7) Female to male ratio.

8) Mating Systems.

9) Disease:

(a) Direct damage to the reproductive organs.

(b) Systemic disease indirectly causing infertility.

10) Pheromones.

Bucks with characteristics similar to the buck pictured above would make a good foundation for any herd

(1) Physiology.

It is important to note that a live, mature sperm takes about two months to develop. Any situation that compromises semen production will generally render the buck infertile for two months or more. If a buck is infertile at testing, one should remember that he may fully recover his fertility, but this can take two months or longer to occur.

(2) Nutrition.

Correct nutrition is one of the most important elements of any buck preparation programme. Any change in nutrition can result in a drastic change in semen quality. Bucks must not be fed too fat or be allowed to lose so much condition that they spend all their time foraging for food and do not do the job of mating the does.

There is a tendency the world over to over feed stud animals for stock shows. This type of over feeding often leads to temporary infertility. Also, very fat bucks are lazy and will not look for does to cover and are too fat and lazy to compete with well conditioned bucks.

(3) Season.

Goats are generally seasonal breeders with most sexual activity occurring with decreasing daylight length (i.e. autumn) and a lesser mating cycle in spring. In the Tropics, seasonal breeding is less pronounced. Boer goats will breed at any time of the year, but they also follow seasonal trends. Most kids are born in spring with the highest occurrence of multiple births also being in spring from the autumn mating.

It is very important to make sure that the bucks are sexually active and are calling and urinating all over themselves before they are presented to the does. If one thinks that they are inactive or slow, it is advisable to put a few old does that have been treated with oestrogens into the buck flock. This will even stimulate sexual activity in the bucks out of season. The sexually active bucks will then stimulate the doe flock to become sexually active.

(4) Age of Bucks.

It is desirable to use bucks of the same age in a mating system. It has happened that an older, dominant buck has been infertile in a flock and has fought off the younger bucks with disastrous results at kidding time.

In any mating system, the dominant bucks will mate most of the does. It is important to make sure that the bucks being used are big enough to mate the does they are with. One group of young bucks was observed to masturbate against the perineum of the females that were too tall and then collapse in a dazed heap after ejaculating in the air. The antics were hilarious to watch, but highly unproductive.

(5) Fertility.

It is very important to test bucks for genital soundness before mating commences particularly in single sire mating systems. It is much cheaper to make sure that a buck is genitally sound than it is to lose a crop of

kids. This procedure should be undertaken by a veterinarian who is properly skilled in this field.

(6) Mating dexterity and libido.

Bucks may be genitally sound, but may have no idea on how to copulate successfully. Most bucks learn very quickly what is required. It is important to note that they are mating correctly.

Another very important aspect is libido. A fit, healthy buck should be prepared to mate five to six times in an hour when does are first presented to him. This will decline over time. When does are presented to bucks, most of the females should be mated within the first three weeks of the breeding period. Bucks must have good libido and mating dexterity to achieve the desired results.

(7) Female to male ratio.

When preparing for the breeding season, it is important to know how many females each buck is expected to breed. One cannot expect a young, inexperienced buck to breed fifty females in six weeks (expect him to breed 25 – 35 does over this period).

The bigger the paddock and the more extensive a paddock is, the higher the buck to doe ratio must be to ensure that the animals find each other when the female is in oestrus.

(8) Mating Systems.

(a) Single Sire Mating.

It is essential to ensure that the buck is fertile, healthy, and sound and can mate properly if this system is employed. It is a good practice to change bucks half way through the breeding period to ensure that all the females are properly bred. This also minimizes the risk if a buck becomes infertile during the breeding period.

The advantage of this system is that the buck need not fight other bucks to mate does which saves his energy for mating. This also minimizes the risk of injury to the bucks.

(b) Multiple Sire mating.

In this system, it is desirable to use bucks of similar size and age. This decreases the risk of fighting injuries. The advantages are that fewer paddocks are required during breeding and bucks that get sick or injured are replaced by others in the flock.

(c) Artificial Insemination.

This is useful where one wants to breed a large number of females to one sire in a very short period. Make sure that the operator employed is experienced in dealing with goat artificial insemination.

(9) Disease.

This can be divided into two entities:-

(a) Direct damage to the reproductive organs.

(b) Systemic disease which may result in infertility.

(a) Direct Damage:

(i) Physical abnormalities present since birth e.g. short penis, cryptorchidisim.

(ii) Physical damage to the penis and testes e.g. while fighting, jumping over barbed wire fences etc.

(iii) Abcesses on the testes or prepuce. Most abcesses are caused by tick bites or puncture wounds which become infected by Corynebacterium (Cheesy gland). Abcesses cause infertility by occluding the preputial opening so that the penis cannot come out. Abcesses within the scrotum may interfere with the testicular blood supply which in turn affects the temperature regulating mechanism of the testes resulting in infertility which may be temporary or permanent.

(iv) Epididymitis from infections causes: e.g. Brucella ovis, Actinabacillus seminis. This is often transmitted during the breeding season and can result in very poor conception rates. More importantly, the damage these diseases cause to the ram flock as a whole can be devastating with resultant poor conception rates and high culling rate of rams.

(v) Orchitis – a severely inflamed testicle can result in permanent or temporary infertility.

(b) Systemic Disease resulting in Infertility.

(i) It is important to remember that any disease which causes a high fever can affect the temperature of the testes and this can cause temporary infertility which may last for two to three months. It is therefore important to know that the bucks are fertile and producing good semen at the beginning of the mating season.

(ii) Debilitating diseases (e.g. Johnes, internal abcesses etc.) can also result in the bucks losing condition, feeling poorly and not being capable of breeding despite the fact that they are genitally sound. Note: Most of the problems associated with diseases can be eliminated with a good physical examination conducted by an experienced veterinarian.

(10) Pheromones.

The Pheromones play an extremely important role in stimulating female goats into sexual activity. It is very desirable that the bucks are sexually active and “stink to high heaven” when they are introduced to the female flock.

It is good practice to introduce vesectomized teaser bucks to a flock of does two weeks before the entire bucks to stimulate the female sexual activity. Females that are not stimulated by smelly, sexually active bucks may not cycle well even if it is the normal breeding season.

Jean van Niekerk

Murray River Genetics, “Fairfield”,

Thyra Road, Moama NSW 2710

Phone: 03-58895123

Fax: 03-58895115

Mob: 0428569915


Boer Goat - CrossBreeding Guide

Guide to cross bred percentages.
What does F1, F2 etc mean?

F1 = ½ or 50% (50% Boer genetics and 50% *Rangeland)

F2 = ¾ or 75%
F3 = 7/8 or 87.5%
F4 = 15/16 or 93.75%
F5 = 31/32 or 96.88%
F6 = 63/64 or 98.84%
F7 = 127/128 or 99.22%
F8 = 255/256 or 99.61%
F9 = 511/512 or 99.80%
F10 = 1023/1024 or 99.90%
F11 = 2047/2048 or 99.95%

*also known as Feral (wild goats)

Reference to

2.1 Boer Fullblood (FB)
- adalah kambing boer keturunan asal dari Africa yang tidak dicampur dengan manamana baka kambing lain. Kambing ini mempunyai ciri Boer yang sebenar, iaitu cepat membesar dan membiak. Kat Malaysia harga untuk jenis ini paling kurang RM2,000 seekor.

2.2 Boer F1 - adalah anak kambing yang lahir hasil dari perkahwinan antara Boer Fullblood (FB) dengan kambing jenis lain.

2.3 Boer F2 - adalah anak kambing yang lahir hasil dari perkahwinan antara Boer Fullblood (FB) dengan Boer F1

2.4 Boer F3 - adalah anak kambing yang lahir hasil dari perkahwinan antara Boer Fullblood (FB) dengan Boer F2

2.5 Boer F4 - adalah anak kambing yang lahir hasil dari perkahwinan antara Boer Fullblood (FB) dengan Boer F3

2.6 Purebreed - adalah gelaran bagi F4 (bagi betina) dan F4 keatas bagi jantan.

MAHA 2008

Official Website :

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MAHA 2008 will be held at Malaysia Agro-Exposition Park, Serdang (MAEPS, Serdang) which is strategically located in the heart of Putrajaya, with easy access to: -

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (20 minutes)
Kuala Lumpur (20 minutes)
Putrajaya (10 minutes)

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Agriculture is Business

Following the success of MAHA 2006, Malaysia is once again set to host the region's largest exhibition showcasing the latest Technologies and Innovations in the Agriculture, Agro-Based, Horticulture and Agrotourism Industry - Malaysian Agriculture, Horticulture and Agrotourism Exhibition 2008 (MAHA 2008). Hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry and organised by Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA), MAHA 2008 is expected to be the biggest event of the year serving the Agro-Based Industry. Being awarded by The Malaysian Book of Records as the Largest Exhibition in Malaysia, MAHA 2008 is undoubtedly the largest industry gathering in the South East Asia region. MAHA 2008 is regarded as a 'must attend' for the industry to be updated with the latest innovations and solutions and to do business. Over 950 local and international exhibitors are expected to showcase their latest solutions to the industry.

In line with the Government's effort to redevelop and reposition the agricultural industry as one of the main engines of growth, this event, aptly theme “Agriculture Is Business”, will serve as the perfect opportunity for interested investors to gather the latest information and meet face to face with industry captains.

This is no doubt your best marketing platform to reach out to key decision makers, investors and buyers in the region. Contact us today at +60 3 7957 3999 to make your booking enquiries or fax us at +60 3 7956 2333. Alternatively, email us at:


To transform Malaysia as the centre of agricultural development excellence and agricultural based industry. This is to attract both domestic and foreign private investment participation in the agricultural sector of Malaysia.

To promote the Agriculture industry as a profitable investment that has guaranteed returns in the future to attract investors, entrepreneurs and the younger generations.

To exhibit the latest innovation and technology available in the international market with the hope that it could be applied in the agricultural sector in Malaysia. With this, the country's agricultural sector can be enhanced to the level which is commercially more viable. Thus, the standard of living and income of the target group could also be increased.

To provide an opportunity to the Ministries/ Departments/ Government Agencies/ State Governments, local and foreign private companies, entrepreneurs and other target groups to exhibit their products, latest inventions, investment opportunities and services offered.

A platform of meeting for the seller and the buyer, technology inventor and the agricultural sector service supplier, both locally and internationally.

MAHA 2008

Trade Fair

MAHA 2008
Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture and Agrotourism Show 2008

Sub-Heading Agriculture Is Business
Date Of The Event 11th - 23th August, 2008
Hosted By Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry
Organised By Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA)
Event Frequency Biannually

Guest of Honour YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Prime Minister of Malaysia


Malaysia Agro-Exposition Park , Serdang (MAEPS)
Strategically located in the heart of Putrajaya, with easy access to:

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (25 minutes)
Kuala Lumpur (20 minutes)
Putrajaya (10 minutes)

Opening Hours 10:00 – 19:00 (Open Daily for Trade & Public)

Cost Of Participation
Shell Scheme: RM 3,852.00 per booth @

RM 428.00 / sqm

Shell Scheme package:-

2500 mm partition complete with white laminated panel aluminium frame
300 mm fascia board (company name)
Needle punch carpeting (9 sqm)
1 no. of reception table
2 nos. of folding chair
2 nos. of 40W fluorescent light
1 no. of 13 Amp/230V power point

Bare Space: RM 328.00 / sqm
(Minimum take-up space: 18 sqm)

Total Hall Occupancy 660 booths (3m x 3m/booth)
Construction and dismantling periods
Build up:

August, 2008


August, 2008

Exhibitors Profile

Agro-Based Products, Beverages, Biotechnology, Cereal Products, Cheese, Chilled and Frozen Food, Colouring Products, Concentrates, Condiments, Convenience Food, Dehydrated Food, Delicatessen Products, Dietic Food, Environmental Friendly Products, Financing Services, Fish, Ornamental Fish, Floral Gifts, Floral, Food Ingredients, Food with Functional Claims, Franchise Development, Fresh Produce, Processed Food, Packaging, Fruits, Fruits Products, Handicraft, Herbal Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Livestocks, Machinery and Equipment, Oil & Oil Products, Patent & Trademark, Processed Food, Prepared Food, Preserved Food, Research and Development, Rice & Rice Products, Soya Products, Spices, Traditional Medicines, Vegetables.

This list serves as a guide only. For further information, kindly contact the Event Manager

Visitors Profile
Ministries/ Departments/ Government Agencies, State Governments, Small and Medium Industry Entrepreneur, Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers, Private Companies, Advertising Agencies, Financial Institutions, Research & Development Institutes, Public & Private Institutes, Public & Private Universities, Business Council, Foreign Trade Commissioners, Local & Foreign Chamber of Commerce, International Halal Standard Authority Council, Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MYIPO), Legal Firm, Franchisor, Retail Outlets.

Entrance Fee To be advised

Figures For The 2006 Event


586 exhibiting companies from 12 countries

Gross exhibition space

23,000 sqm

Visitors 498,000 trade & public visitors

MAHA 2008

Total Exhibition Space

20 acres (Inclusive of Livestock Display Area)

Estimated Visitors >500,000 trade & public visitors

Project Management

MAHA 2008 Project Office
Prima Bumi Avenue Sdn Bhd
C-22-06, 32 Square, 2 Jalan 19/1,
46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia



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