If you have any interest in getting kids or does, please feel free to get in touch with us via the "Contact Us" page to find out what is available at any given time. Thank you for your interest!
All of our herd are from high quality lines and are AGS/ADGA registered. Does start at $350 and go up from there, depending on many factors, FF vs. SF, their lines, and more. There may be an occasional “pet quality” doe at times too that will be less. Bucks are $350 and up depending on genetics and overall conformation. Wethers (castrated males) are $150 and make wonderful pets as well. We offer a 15% discount for multiple registered does or bucks (three or more) or a free wether with the purchase of three or more registered does/bucks. All kids will be wormed, hooves trimmed, and will be on a Replamin Plus schedule (for selenium and minerals) prior to leaving our farm (it's an oral paste and very easy to give). There will also be a health record with personalized notes, and for some registered does and bucks we may require a first right of refusal. We no longer disbud kids or offer that service at our farm. All kids will be sold as horned or naturally polled. Both make amazing pets and you can mix horned and polled kids easily. We also do not offer bottle kids for sale except in rare circumstances.
We have two lists for kids - a reservations list and a waiting list. The reservations list requires a deposit for kids, and it secures your place. You can also choose to just be notified and be on a waiting list, which requires no deposit, but we can't guarantee that there will be kids available. Once all of the kids arrive, we will first decide who we will be retaining, the then move in order of reservation and preference down the reservations list. After that, we will contact people on the waiting list in order of interest. We do NOT approve every home, and this is important to note. We get lots of interest from families, and are looking for the best possible homes, so please be prepared to initially answer questions about your setup and send photos along via the online application. We love to have families come out and visit with the goats before securing a reservation (especially if they are new to goats, and are within driving distance), as it really gives them a good idea about what is involved. They also get to meet and spend time with our sweet goats, and see how we do things here at the farm. While visitors are here, we are able to answer a lot of questions around raising goats and their care. We spend a lot of time with perspective families as we feel it is very important that they feel confident in their decisions.
For reservations, we require a non-refundable $50 deposit to secure a kid. Once the kids are born, we require 50% deposit (minus the $50 deposit) via Paypal to secure specific kids. The balance would be due before pickup via Paypal or cash. If we don't end up having the kids available that you reserved, or if they are retained, we will offer other kids, if available, or refund the deposit in full. In that case, we would also more than happy to help connect you with other reputable breeders in the area that we trust are ethical and raise their animals with a similar philosophy. Please do NOT mail us a deposit or send a Paypal payment until you speak with us first and secure your reservation.
We interview and screen all perspective families and reserve the right to determine it is not a fit and refuse to sell any animal for any reason at any time. We also reserve the right to break a contract and refund a deposit if we feel that it is not the right fit for any reason. We reserve the right to retain any kids of our choice, and we also reserve the right to change the terms of sale listed here at any time. We will not hold a goat without a non-refundable deposit. We will not sell a single goat to anyone that does not a goat of similar age/size at their farm, and most of the time will only sell in pairs or more for ease of transition. We will NEVER sell a goat for meat, so if that is an interest, please do NOT contact our farm. We feel very strongly about this point. If you purchase goats from us and decide to not keep one for any reason, we would like the first right of refusal before offering her/him up for sale to the general public.
I don’t recommend bucks unless you are more experienced and have a larger amount of does to breed. They get re-homed so often, and it is sad, because people just don’t know what they are getting into. We love our boys, but they are definitely a stinky business! LOL.