Kids Remaining....





Last Updated

- 1/16/22 -

Next Kidding - March 2022

We are in the process of rebreeding and will be expecting kids around the middle of March. If you are interested in purchasing kids, I would sign up on our waiting list ASAP to hold your place in line. We are hoping to have kids from 3 different sires. 


$350 - $650 depending on...

- coat color

- eye color

- horn status (polled or horned),

- sex (females are more than males).

As always if you have any questions please feel free to contact us!

We are always happy to help! 

Dam Raised or Bottle Raised?

If you really want to bond with your kids and would like for them to be more like a dog then we suggest bottle raising them. Dam raised kids generally take more time and effort to get them used to you. If you are interested in bottle raising your kids we need to know at the time of deposit for kid(s). Bottle training kids is an additional charge and requires upfront payment. You should take into consideration that bottle kids are more work as they must have a bottle 3 times a day until they are approximately 8 weeks old. All bottle kids will come with the bottle and nipple. Depending on how bottle training goes, kids will be ready for pickup 1-2 weeks from payment. 

Deposits are $100 each and non-refundable. 

Pricing is dependent on coat pattern, eye color, sex, and horn status ($350-$650) 

*Please know that the Horn Status and Eye Color of any kid is subject to change. When the kids are so young it is hard to determine if they will be polled or horned. The eye color can change as the goat becomes older but we try to give the best current description of their eye color at the time of the picture.*

Please let us know if you have any questions!

*Click on each kid to see more pictures and detailed information on each kid.*

Looking for a Pet or Lawnmower? 

May we suggest a Wether? A Wether is a male goat that has been "banded." This prevents them from being able to breed and also prevents them from urinating on themselves which is what causes the "billy goat odor." 

A lot of people think that females have a better temperament but it's not necessarily true. We have some GREAT Wethers here on the farm that have made awesome pets! Wethers also make great companions for other lonely herd animals. Have a lonely horse, llama, alpaca? Wethers make great pasture buddies! 

We will "fix" any of the Buckling that we have for sale at no additional charge!


Contact Us Today to Reserve your Wether!