I currently have 2 Full CODI/PCI Doe's for sale & 1 Full CODI/PCI Buck for sale.
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WE HAVE WORKED HARD TO FIND, BREED, & MAKE AVAILABLE THE BEST FULL CODI/PCI BOER GOATS AROUND AT REASONABLE PRICES WITH THE BEST CODI/PCI PEDIGREE'S CONTAINING THE "OLD" BLOODLINES AROUND!
OUR "CODI'S" ARE NATURALLY BRED FULL DESCENDENTS OF THE 400 SOUTH AFRICAN BOER GOATS DIRECTLY IMPORTED LIVE INTO THE U.S. BY CODI/PCI!
Our Farm Is One Of The VERY Few Places That You Can Still Find A TRUE Full CODI/PCI Boer Goat!
Last Home Of 1MCB REN'S NICK- OUR ABGA*ENNOBLED FULL CODI/PCI HERDSIRE (Now Deceased), The Last Living Ennobled FULL CODI/PCI Boer Goat! His Legacy Is Still In The Pedigree's Of Many In Our Breeding Herd And Is The Reason We Retained Them!
HOME OF THE ONLY EXISTING BLACK PAINT AND BLACK TRADITIONAL FULL CODI/PCI BOER GOAT'S! OUR BLACK CODI'S ARE FULL SA AND HAVE NO LITTLE LEAGUE/LEAGUE RANCH BLOODLINES OR SB1 HERD PREFIXES AND ARE UNRELATED TO OTHER BLACK BOERS!!
Giezentanner Boer Goat's is a small farm with 10 and a half acres of land located in Cookeville, Tennessee. It is centered between Nashville, Knoxville, and Chattanooga and is easily accessible by several major highways, including I-40, Hwy 70, Hwy 56, and Hwy 111. We're just down the road from the Hyder-Burks Pavillion at Tennessee Tech University Farm, where many Rodeo's And Boer Goat, Horse, and other Livestock Shows are held.
I began raising Fullblood Boer goats in 2002 and quickly switched to Full South African red and paint Boer goats. After raising those for several years, I decided to make the switch to Full CODI/PCI Boer goats in 2005 for their rarity, hardiness, larger bodies, and ease of care. Having done extensive research on them, I decided to invest in the best Full CODI/PCI Boer goats that were available at that time because I wanted to stand out from other small breeders of Full CODI/PCI Boer goats. Each had to meet breed standards and be of show quality. I wanted only those CODI’s that had pedigree’s containing numerous ennoblements and that did NOT have any SB1 herd prefixes in it. Each of them had to also come from reputable breeders. I wound up spending thousands on each of the goats I purchased for my original breeding herd and had to go to several different states to get them. Luckily my wife had saved up a large sum of money during my deployment to Iraq that enabled me to purchase each of my original CODI’s. At that time, there were lots of misconceptions and unanswered questions about what “CODI’s” really were. There were articles here and there that sort of gave you an idea about them, but many of the breeders of CODI’s couldn’t tell you what was and wasn’t a CODI and some were selling percentages as "Full" CODI's. I decided to extend my research and put together a new article explaining what a CODI was and make a list of the registration numbers for the original CODI/PCI group of Boer goats so that other potential buyers of Full CODI’s could check the pedigree’s against the number to make sure they were purchasing what they thought they were. To make that happen, I was able to obtain a copy of the Jurgen Schulz CODI/PCI Sale from 1996 that contained all of the original registration numbers. During my research, I heard this and that about a group of “CODI’s” containing a herd prefix known as SB1. I was given lots of different explanations as to why it wasn’t a good thing to have that in the pedigree of my Full CODI’s. Since I wasn’t there, I have no way of knowing what is true and what isn’t true regarding that information. What I CAN tell you is that the CODI/PCI group of Boer goats has the largest number of notable and ennobled Boer goats in it than any other group of Boer goats. Many of the older well known Boer goat producers got a major boost in their herds from the input of goats from the CODI/PCI group. With that said, ABGA Online lists 1147 Boer goats with the actual SB1 herd prefix tattoo, which doesn't include the one's that just have it somewhere in their pedigree. I know of only one goat listed as a "CODI" containing a pedigree with that herd prefix anywhere in it that is even halfway well known. Using My Original group of Full CODI/PCI Boer goats I worked to produce better than what I started with by keeping the best of the kids and adding a new Full CODI/PCI buck here and there. Eventually, I was able to purchase 1MCB Ren's Nick who was the last living ABGA Ennobled Full CODI/PCI buck and use him as a herd sire for several years. His input greatly improved my herd and I truly feel I now produce much better Full CODI/PCI Boer goats than those I originally purchased.
To the best of my knowledge, my small herd is currently the only place where you can find Full CODI/PCI Boer goats available for sale that are backed by an unquestionable pedigree and also conform to ABGA breed standards.
I use a Premier1 combination ear tag in each of my CODI/PCI Boer goats that has my herd prefix and "CODI/PCI" on one side and the Scrapies tag and number on the other side to show that my herd participates in the Scrapies Eradication Program. These tags are meant to mimic the ear tags that were in the original CODI/PCI Boer goats.
I invite anyone thinking of purchasing a Full CODI/PCI Boer goat, whether they buy from me or not, to check it's pedigree against the numbers listed on my "Original CODI Registration Numbers" page to verify it's authenticity.
A little about me: I have a BS from Liberty University. I have worked fulltime for the Nationally Accredited (CALEA) Cookeville City Police Dept. in TN for the last 23 years, where I am a Sgt., supervising on 2nd Shift. I retired from the TN Army National Guard in 2006 as a Staff Sergeant with 22 years of service (7 Active and 14 Reserve) and 3 deployments between the Army and Navy for a total of 2 and a half years of having been deployed to war zones or armed conflicts. My last 18 month military deployment was to Iraq from 2004-2005 with OIF/OEF III, where I did security on over 20,000 miles of supply convoys in and around Baghdad.
Some of Our Bloodlines Include:
*1MCB REN'S NICK (CODI/PCI), *RENOIR'S CODI (CODI/PCI), *BZ1 P19R (CODI/PCI), *RENOIR (CODI/PCI), *TSJAKA (CODI/PCI), *KAPTEIN (CODI/PCI), *TND LEROY (CODI/PCI), *DSM CLOUD DANCING (CODI/PCI), *CIRCLE R BULLDOG (CODI/PCI), *CIRCLE R CODI BIGDOG (CODI/PCI), *CODI QUEEN (CODI/PCI), *SHARON'S TWO (CODI/PCI), *DSM KALA(CODI/PCI), *JWN CODI WAR DOG (CODI/PCI), *555 (CODI/PCI), *JR (CODI/PCI), Big Butch (CODI/PCI), Wanda's Choice (CODI/PCI), Sharon's Choice (CODI/PCI), Circle R Codi-Gold (CODI/PCI), 5CG Bocephus (CODI/PCI), Schulz Sango (CODI/PCI), Schulz Kenya (CODI/PCI)
* - ENNOBLED * - Jr Grand Champion or Bronze Champion