We sometimes have bred does, does-in-milk and yearlings for sale, which may or may not be listed on our site, contact us for the latest. Things change often, so it’s good to check in! Our goats sell very quickly, so we recommend putting your name on our Kidding reservation list–it’s free and is first come, first served.
Twin Pears MB Sunday Surprise! (registration pending) DOB: 6/28/20
Color: Chamoisee, random white
Sire: Twin Pears CT MoonBean *B 2x1st Place MegaBucks 2019
SS: Buttin’Heads Containerised *B EEE91
SD: SG Sugar Moon V Java Pepper 5*M VEEE88 ELITE
Dam: Twin Pears RC Misty Morning
DS: TNR CT Rolling Coal
DD: Elfin Acres B Liane 1*M VVEE89
This pretty little lady came way late in our kidding season when I have retained far too many kids, so she is one of the very rare Twin Pears kids not yet spoken for! Sunday is the gorgeous granddaughter of our two matriarchs: Elfin Acres B Liane and SG Sugar Moon V Java Pepper, both with their *M and E in udder. Her momma has a very capacious udder in her own right, so I expect great things from Sunday! She’ll be ready to go at two months old, send us a message to place a deposit.
Oak Apple Sing DOB: 5/2/17
Linear Appraisal History:
2019: 02 03 AVVV81
Sire: Oak Apple Mikado +VE86
SS: Proctor Hill Farm To Go Daddy EEE92
SD: SG Old Mountain Farm Mizuki 4*M V+EV87
Dam: SGCH Oak Apple Seria 3*M VEVV88 ELITE doe
DS: SG Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos +B VEV89
DD: SGCH Camanna GD Moonlight Opera 2*M VEEE90
We were looking for another heavy hitter in the milking pail for our raw milk sales when this gal popped up. Sing did not disappoint milking 4.3lbs at just 30 days fresh as a FIRST FRESHENER and achieved her milk star in just 4 tests! Sing comes to milk honestly with her dam, SGCH Oak Apple Seria, hitting the 2019 ELITE doe list and placing 12th at the 2019 National show for 3 year old milkers (out of 42 entries). Sing made the ELITE list in her own right in November 2019 as a First Freshener and was awarded her Superior Genetics! We had to cut Sing’s first lactation short, but she still produced 564lbs of milk, 25lbs of protein and 30lbs of fat in just 199 days. Sing’s pedigree is full of so many of our favorites, like SG Old Mountain Farm Cernunnos and SGCH Camanna GD Moonlight Opera, to name a few. Sing is tremendously wide and deep, kids easily, and boasts a truly stunning udder. We have retained her daughter from Sweet Potato Pi so we are making Sing available to another herd who is seeking outstanding udders, milk and ELITE production. Affordably priced, send us a message.
Steve Unregistered buck DOB: 11/26/2019
Sire: Four Cedars Little Boy Blue *B
SS: Poppy Patch Sailaway W/MeHoney *B
SD: Pholia Farm Baklava 3*M VVEE89
Dam: Twin Pears W Cassiopeia 6*M
DS: Flat Rock’s Westley
DD: SG Sugar Moon V Java Pepper 5*M VEEE88 ELITEMy handsome Steve! Steve came to us when his dam, Twin Pears W Cassiopeia, was returned by the buyer with her new born kids due to life changes. We were beyond thrilled to have Cassie back in our herd, and her brand new young son out of our Blue was simply too fine to band. The previous owner said they would register Steve, but through no fault of his own, it has not happened, and there’s nothing we can do to change it. Therefore we cannot use him ourselves, but offer him now as an unpapered (but very much purebred) buck. I had big plans for this young man. We will be repeating this breeding, crossing fingers for the same result. In addition to being a well bred buck with excellent conformation (and milk production up the yin yang), Steve is a total doll, a sweetie pie. He will add charm, good looks and stunning blue eyes to whatever herd he joins. Steve is possibly the best looking kid to come out of our herd, so I can’t wait to hear what amazing things he does for yours. Message us to place a deposit on Steve.
All of our goats are purebred Nigerian Dwarf goats and registered with the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA). When you purchase a goat from us they will:
- Have filed ADGA registration (Wethers are not registered)
- Be disbudded and/or castrated
- Be up-to-date on hoof trims & any necessary deworming
Because we enjoy raw milk for human consumption and believe in raising our goats close to nature, we veer away from highly processed, sugary grain and unnecessary chemicals. In addition to grass and alfalfa, our goats eat sprouted barley and natural forage. They love us for it! You’ll see for yourself that they’re happy healthy goats with beautiful coats. Our herd tested negative for CL, CAE, Johne’s and Q-Fever 10/2019.
Goats require a companion, so if these are your first goats we recommend a doe and a wether. If you’re wondering if Nigerian Dwarf goats might be for you, contact us. (Please note that we are a working homestead, not open to the public and do not give tours to the general public, school groups, etc. Our roadside farmstand is open to the public every day of the year.)