Goats and Kids Currently For Sale
We do not currently have any goats available. Please check back for updates, or go to our kidding schedule to see when we anticipate our next set of kids.
The health and well being of our goats is always our greatest concern. If at any time we feel that a sale is not a good fit, we reserve the right to cancel it at any time. Along with that, we reserve the right to retain a kid from any breeding, even if a reservation has been placed.
A deposit will be required if you are interested in purchasing an adult animal or are requesting that we hold a kid for you until they are weaned. Those deposits will be non-refundable if the buyer decides not to go through with the sale.
Pricing listed on the kidding schedule is subject to change with the results of the breeding. Prices are based on whether the doe is a first freshener, the proven quality of the breeding pair, and of course, the quality of the kid once it is born. If a buck price is not listed next to a breeding, it means that the doe is either a first freshener, or not of a quality we are prepared to release a buck from. Wethers are always available for $100 each, or $150 for a pair.
Special discounts are offered to those wishing to purchase more than one goat, and special consideration is given to those belonging to 4-H or who participate in LA, DHIR or ADGA sanctioned shows.
Payment is due in full before a goat leaves the farm, and we will accept cash, PayPal or certified funds. Please no personal checks.
All goats are healthy and up to date with all maintenance when they leave our farm. You will receive a health record with any goat that you purchase detailing any treatments the goats has received. If you need health certification from our vet fro traveling over state lines, or for further verification of a goat’s health, that is an additional charge of $150 per our vet.
Buyers are to understand that a move to a new environment is incredibly stressful on a goat, and they should be prepared to manage that so that it does not result in illness. We cannot be held responsible for what a goat may be exposed to once they leave our hands, but if there is found to be some kind of genetic or pre-existing condition that we were not aware of, we will work to rectify the situation to the best of our abilities.