Sales Information - Goats 2021

ABOUT RESERVES- We keep a list of "interest" and requests, however no kid is truly reserved until time of kidding. Once notified and a non refundable deposit (50%) is received only then is the kid reserved. 

We reserve the right to retain any kid at anytime. Deposits will be refunded for any kid that we decide to retain.

We do not hold kids! If you would like to see kids before placing deposit that is fine but we will not hold a kid- we will move to the next person on the list.

Pricing range given by breed on planned breeding page. 

Listed prices may change without notice.

Kids are sold as bottle babies, usually between 10 days-3 weeks of age.  Kids will be disbudded, tattooed, and well trained to the bottle.

Buyers are responsible for transport. 

If traveling out of state buyer is responsible for fees associated 

with Health Certificate & Vet Check

Health Certificate/Vet Check Fees are to be paid in advance and NOT included with deposit


TESTED  CAE, Johnes, CL 

ADGA Plus Members

MDGA Members

TMGR Members

Participate in DHI in both ADGA & MDGA & TMGR

Participate in Live shows in both ADGA & MDGA

Participate in V shows MDGA



Bottle babies are only available to qualified caregivers

Inquiries through e-mail


 

Goat Sales

We care very much about the placement of our goats and as always, educating our clients for the ability to successfully care for their new goats is especially important to us. Clients purchasing our goats are given a full course on goat care prior to the animal leaving our farm. Basic care class averages 1-3 hours and is mandatory unless we feel prospective buyer is knowledgeable (not applicable for  discounted goats, or wethers).  For those coming from long distances or out of state we will give the class same day.  Please understand these goats are born into our hands, fed, nurtured and loved by us. We take great care to place our goats in an environment where they will continue to receive the same care and love so they may thrive and bring many years of companionship and productivity .


UPDATE- Due to the many Covid restrictions as well as our move and still building we do not have an adequate area for classes. Classes are suspended.

Phone support and basics will be given. 

Availability is Updated as time allows during kidding season
**Check our breeding line up pages**

 


Individual Goat Profiles and Pictures may be viewed under their Breed Category

Dam/Sire may be found on the breeding schedule page.

~Nigerian Dwarfs~


2021 kids


N1

Doe

N2

Doe

N3

Doe

N4

Doe

N5

Doe

N6

Buck

N7

Doe

N8

Buck

N9

Buck

N10

Doe

N11

Buck

N12

Doe

N13

Buck

N14

Buck

N15

Doe

N18

Doe

N19

Doe

N20

Buck

N21

Doe

N


 

~Miniature Lamanchas~

N16

Doe

N17

Doe

N22

Doe

N23

Buck

N24

Doe

N25

Buck

N


N


N


 

~Lamanchas~

N

N

N

N

 

~Experimentals~

N

N



We will provide weight and fecal sample records where applicable.

Transition to a new home can be very hard on a goat. A quarantine period of 30-60 days in a dry-lot environment is suggested.

Individual husbandry skills, management, and environment can affect your goat's health; therefore we make no guarantees on the parasite resistance or dairy production of any goat.

If goat has been disbudded we are not responsible for the development of scurs or treatment thereof. 

Below are some recommendations that may be helpful in your goats transition.

~ allow goat to settle in, avoid over-handling

~ "dry-lot" goat for 30-60 days for a quarantine period

~ provide fresh water, hay, feed and loose mineral

~ transition feed and hay slowly (we will provide a square       bale of hay and a small amount of feed and the name of   feed to ease the dietary change)

~ provide adequate shelter

~ follow your veterinarians advised quarantine protocol

We recommend  coccidia prevention for growing kids.  



It is the buyers' responsibility to know if their area is Selenium or Copper deficient and adjust the animals health needs.

It is the buyers responsibility to monitor for parasite load levels.

*We recommend finding a good livestock veterinarian with experience with goats  BEFORE you acquire a goat.