Goats for Sale

We are currently accepting (free) reservations on our 2020 kids. We will have doelings, a buckling or two and wethers available. If you aren’t looking for anything specific, but want to get on our general doeling or wether list, contact us. Our goats sell very quickly, so we recommend putting your name on the list–it’s free and is first come, first served.

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Dot, Dash and Dale **SALE PENDING**FOR SALE $125 each or $100 each when buying more than 1**

These are some SNUGGLY little wethers with stunning blue eyes born were born 11/26 and 11/29 and are currently getting all nice and fat nursing off their mommas. These wethers will make fantastic pets and brush eaters and will be weaned and ready to go home with you the first week of February! We will accept deposits to hold these kids for you now. Visits and baby goat snuggles for the buyer welcome!


Strike It Rich CT Lionheart **AVAILABLE $225**

Sire: Buttin’Heads Containerised *B EEE91
Sire’s Dam: GCH Buttin’Heads Zipper Pea 1*M VVEE90
Sire’s Sire: GCH Buttin’Heads MOH Rising Son +B
Dam: SG Tualatin Acres Precious VEEE90
Dam’s Sire: Camanna CT Charlie
Dam’s Dam: Tualatin Acres DIR April
We snagged this dashing little guy from our friends at Fortune Creek Farm for his correct conformation with a little bit of flash. We want to see what he can do with your herd! Lionheart has an excellent top line with a wedgy body. His dam is currently in her first year on milk test and has already been awarded her Superior Genetics! She scored VEEE90 in August of 2019 at Linear Appraisal. Lionheart is ready to improve your herd and add some flashy coloring!


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. We’re happy to talk goats anytime. (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.)