An interest in self sufficiency and naturally raised food got us started in farming. Only natural and non-GMO feeds are fed to our poultry, goats, and pigs. We believe that happy, healthy animals are found in green pastures and fed with grains grown the way the earth intended.
Situated in Southwestern Ohio, our farm selected the hardy breeds of Nigerian Dwarf goats and KuneKune pigs, along with our assortment of poultry. We’ve chosen breeds that are great producers and just happen to make sweet, friendly pets as well.
We chose Nigerian Dwarf goats because they are small and therefore easy to handle, make a surprising amount of rich milk, and don’t require much feed or space. They also boast the advantage of being simply adorable. As colorful, sweet tempered animals, they make both great producers and excellent pets. We started our herd on DHIR this year and we’re proud to say that all the girls on test have earned their milk star as well as Advanced Registry recognition. Our goats all come from tested/clean herds. We test all goats that are old enough for CAE, Johnes, and CL annually and are proud to have all negative results.
And as for our Kunes, we’ve found that they are friendly and small enough to be safe and enjoyable family pets as well as producers. We look forward to our first piglets and can’t wait to see what the future will bring for us and our new additions.
We are very proud to announce:
New star milkers:
Old Mountain Farm Yogini 1*M *D
Digging Deeper PC Electra 2*M *D
Pelican Acres BNO Miracle 1*M *D
AR Serenity Ridge Amber 1*M *D came in 5th place on the AGS Top Ten Awards for high milk on a one day test. She milked 5.9 pounds. Amber also milked over 1000 pounds on her 305 day test and earned her Advanced Registry in all categories.
AR Helmstead Minis FF Party Dress 1*M *D made both the summer and December ADGA Elite Doe list with 95% production evaluation.
New Advanced Registry and Star Milkers:
AR Serenity Ridge Amber 1*M *D
AR Little Tots Estate Avril 4*M *D
AR Apache Downs Lil Tara 2*M *D
Due to the demands of our family and farm life as well as bio-security, we do not allow farm visits. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and supply abundant photos of the farm and animals.