We try to keep our herd size down, so each year the majority of doe kids born will be offered for sale, along with several first and second fresheners and the occasional proven, mature doe. All available sale animals will be posted here and on our Facebook page. If you would like to reserve a kid from our herd we ask that you contact us for availability, as we keep a list of prospective buyers who have 1st, 2nd, or 3rd choice for a kid. Once a kid is born we will contact the interested parties for final confirmation, with the balance due for each kid within 14 days of their arrival. Prices quoted on our breeding list are for kids picked-up or shipped by 4-6 weeks of age. Prices do not include shipping fees; including airline costs, shipping crate, health certificates, or transportation to the airport. These fees are the responsibility of the buyer. We prefer when buyers can pick up their new goats in person at the farm, we simply ask that you schedule an appointment to do so due to our work schedules. For kid reservations we would like you to pick a first choice kid as well as a second choice in the event that your first choice is not born. We do reserve the right to retain any animal on the sales list for herd replacement, or withdraw from sale an animal that does not meet our quality standards.
*** Starting in 2020, due to life/health reasons, we did not pasteurize milk or heat treat colostrum after mid-February. Our herd status is still negative, but this a change from our prior standard husbandry practices*** Our herd is CAE tested annually each fall/winter as we complete blood tests for pregnancy. Our herd is CAE negative, CL free, and has no history of Johnes. We did vaccinate our mature herd against CL every 2-3 years, so most of our does over the age of 8 should have a positive blood titer demonstrating some resistance to the organism if they're ever exposed. All of our dairy kids are removed from their dams at birth then raised on Heat Treated Colostrum and pasteurized milk. We practice standard coccidia prevention in our kid raising program (coccidiostats in feed and milk). The majority of our Boer kids are raised by their dams, although we occasionally hand rear triplets or quads with our dairy kids, as such our herd health status is consistent for both our Boer and Dairy herds. We disbud all of our dairy kids and all of our male Boer kids. If you are interested in reserving a kid but need their horn growth handled otherwise, please let us know and we will do our best to work with you.