• Doe kids will be sold in multiples only with other does or wethers. Moving to a new home/herd is stressful on kids. Having a buddy they know makes it so much easier for them.
  • We will contact you when we have a kid available that meets your criteria. If we don’t hear back within 24 hours, we will move to the next person on our list.
  • A non-refundable deposit of $100 (due within 24 hours via PayPal/Venmo or within 3 business days if sending a check) is required to hold the goat of your choice.  Bottle raised kids will need to be picked up at 2 weeks of age. Dam raised kids will be kept until weaning (8-10 weeks old) at which time you will need to pick up the kid and pay the remaining balance due in cash. All animals must be PAID IN FULL before leaving our farm.
  • Adult stock also require a $100 deposit (due within 24 hours via PayPal/Venmo or within 3 business days if sending a check) and need to be picked up within 14 days.  The remaining balance is due in cash at pick-up.  All animals must be PAID IN FULL before leaving our farm.
  • Any animals not picked up after 14 days (after weaning or agreement to purchase) will be charged a boarding fee of $2/day.  If the animal is not picked up within 30 days, it will be offered up for sale to the public.  The deposit will not be refunded.
  • We will take a check, money order, Venmo, or PayPal for the deposit.  If using PayPal, please use “friends and family” or include 3% to cover the fee.
  • All kids will come with an application for registration, tattooed, and will be disbudded.
  • We reserve the right to cancel reservations/refuse a sale if we believe it to be in the animal’s best interest.
  • Any health certificates, additional testing, or transportation costs are the buyers responsibility.
  • All Animals Guaranteed Healthy at time of sale.  BECAUSE WE CANNOT CONTROL ANY STRESS THAT MAY OCCUR AS A RESULT OF TRANSPORTATION OR THE ANIMAL’S ENVIRONMENT ONCE THEY LEAVE OUR FARM, WE CANNOT OFFER FURTHER GUARANTEES.
  • We do not offer stud services.
  • 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.
    If you feel the need to come “look” at an animal before purchase, I completely understand, but please realize that I do not have time for this. Raising bottle kids of different ages with different schedules, milking goats, socializing dam raised kids, taking pictures, feeding, cleaning, maintenance, and pick-ups take a lot of time. I also have five human kids that I home school and need to take here and there all the time. I simply don’t have the time for everyone to come and shop around. Sorry if this is an inconvenience.