Our favorite breed of dairy goat is the Nigerian Dwarf Goat. Their smaller size but yet good milk production is perfect for our small farm.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goats are gentle, affectionate and love to play. They can always be seen bouncing around the yard chasing each other or playing king of the hill on top of their rock pile. They are accomplished athletes that can surprise you with their ability to clear some obstacles, so fencing is very important.
We currently breed our girls in the fall to have spring kids. This has proven to be the most natural cycle for our goats and the breeding is easier. Currently we do not have a buck on our property but our wether Austin will let us know when each of the girls are coming into a heat cycle. There's nothing better than spring time at the farm when all the kids are being born. We have been there for every one of the kidding we've had on our farm.
Spring kids are here!
Our kids are very special to us and we only want them going to the right home. We ensure that their new home will have the proper fencing and shelter, not have any animals currently living there that could harm the kids and that the new owners have educated themselves on caring for goats.
Being a herd animal we will not place a single goat with a home that does not currently have any goats. Goats need buddies around for play, socialization, warmth in the winter and companionship. Once a home passes our process we do take deposits prior to kids being born but we can't guarantee the sex of the kids but we will do our best to accommodate what the new owner wants. We also operate on a first deposit gets first pick of the kids.
If you are interested in our kids you can contact David at (203) 906-6372.
Camden and Carson Born April 22, 2018!
We are available to go to our new home on June 22nd!
Stella, Raleigh and Odessa
Nash and Hope
In loving memory of our matriarch, Serendipity. We love and miss you.