About Belicia Nubians

Our Story

Belicia Nubians, formerly Luna Cyan Nubians, became a reality in 2017 when Christie’s mom decided to sell her beloved Nubians. She decided it would be easier to raise Nigerian Dwarf’s as she aged. Steven and Christie did not have goats on their horizon, but couldn’t imagine the beautiful herd dispersing like smoke on a windy day. It was unfathomable that forty+ years of breeding would be gone in a matter of months. After a quick discussion, Steven wanted to buy young stock, raise them, and produce quality kids.

Breeding quality was nothing new to Steven and Christie. They’d been raising champion bred horses for years. They knew that breeding horses vs goats was a whole new ballpark, but forty+ years of Christie’s moms program gave them an advantage.

An advantage, you say? Yes, those forty years of breeding included impressive lines, such as Goldthwaite, Victory Meadows, Blissberry, Saada, Kastdemur’s, Price O The Field,  and Lakeshore Farms, all within the third generation. If you’re looking for dairy stock to put milk in a pail, these are the lines that do it.

Back to us… We made our choice to purchase as many as we could. Our first pick were six young does. We fell in love. By the end of the year we owned twelve young does. A year later, we had twenty. In 2019 was our second year taking us up to 30 head! 

In 2023, Christie decided to change the herd name from Luna Cyan to Belicia, mostly, because Luna Cyan was a long name when registering kids. Also, it’s no secret she likes uncommon names, but when she happened across Belicia, the Hebrew meaning for “God’s Promise,” there was no doubt it was perfect for their beloved Nubians. Kids registered in the first part of 2023 were the last of the Luna Cyan herd name, and the late summer and beyond were the first to receive the Belicia herd name. 

Our History

They’ve always been horse people. We’ll, maybe not so much Steven, as Christie, but thirty years of breeding and showing, he couldn’t exactly deny them. Christie has been riding and later showing horses since the tender age of three. Some of their stock has made it all the way to Caracas Venezuela, where her roping stallion was sold as a Reined Cow Horse, competitor and sire.  They’ve raised some awesome, champion-bred-horses and some of their mares foaled World Champions. After an accident where a three-month-old filly kicked Christie in the liver, she almost died. After spending 6-weeks in a trauma hospital it can change your priorities. Now, they want to take a slower pace and enjoy some moonspotted beauties.

Steven and Christie do not milk their does year around, since Christie is allergic. They only milk during the first four weeks until the kids are big enough to consume all of the milk.

Unfortunately, they do not show, as they do not want to expose the herd to diseases. Several of the kids they’ve sold have become show goats. 

Currently, their program is to raise the best genetics, size,  conformation, udder structure and milk capacity goats that they can.  They appreciate their  repeat buyers who not only purchase kids for show and milk, but enjoy the goats easy-going mannerisms. 

Belicia Nubians is proud to be a negative tested and G6S Normal herd. Test results for purchased goats will be shown at pickup. We are located near Greenville, Texas.

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A few of the horses we're proud of...

MIghty Awesome Sid. 2001 APHA Roping Stallion. Sold to Caracas, Venezuela.
Sheza Perfect Design (18 mo). Multiple Open & Ammy Champion. Dam of Xhibitionist and Rapskalyen.
Xhibitionist. We raised and sold him as a two-year-old.
Rapskalyen - AQHA Mare sold as a two-year-old.
Calismic Charisma. APHA mare by World Champion, I Got Charisma. Dam of World Champion, He Dun Proposed and Charismatic Proposal.
APHA World Champion, He Dun Proposed. We sold him as a weanling.
APHA, Charismatic Proposal. We sold him as a weanling.