General Information:

Before departing for their new homes at weaning (typically between 8 and 12 weeks of age), all our kids undergo the following essential procedures:

  • Start of coccidia prevention program
  • CDT vaccination
  • Disbudding
  • Tattooing

For wethers, we perform banding before they leave our farm. Each goat will leave with a comprehensive health care record. Animals will be provided with enough feed to help them transition to their new home. Kids will be ADGA registered, and the transfer process will be completed online once the full amount is paid. Our commitment extends beyond the sale—we remain available for future inquiries, advice, or mentoring. If you’re interested in acquiring kids from a specific doe in our herd, please feel free to contact me regarding reservations.

Health Warranty:

We operate our farm with the primary goal of nurturing robust and well-cared-for animals that remain productive throughout their lives. Our comprehensive approach includes several key practices:

  1. Health Testing: Our entire herd undergoes annual testing for common goat health issues, including CAE, CL, Johnes, and QFever.
  2. Coccidia Prevention: Our kids are initiated on a coccidia prevention program, and they receive their first CDT vaccination before leaving our farm.
  3. Nutrition: Our animals have access to free-choice alfalfa hay and loose minerals at all times. Additionally, we provide a carefully measured amount of grain based on their age, sex, and production needs.
  4. Supplements: Given our area’s selenium deficiency, we administer monthly doses of Selenium/Vitamin E to support overall health.
  5. Copper Boluses: Our goats receive copper boluses every six months or when we observe any signs of red or rough coats.
  6. Fecal Checks: Routine fecal checks ensure that our goats are not burdened by excessive internal parasites, and we promptly treat any issues.
  7. Hoof Health: Regular hoof trimming (every 4-6 weeks) is essential to maintain optimal hoof health and prevent foot rot.
  8. Veterinary Care: Our herd undergoes annual wellness check-ups, and we maintain a close working relationship with our veterinarian for any emergency situations.

Despite our best efforts, we acknowledge that external factors, such as the environment and subsequent care, significantly impact an animal’s health. Therefore, we cannot guarantee continued health once an animal leaves our farm.





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Clean Tested herd

Our entire herd is tested annually for CAE, CL, and Johnes


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