KW Farms
Paint Horses & Nigerian Dwarf Goats
Wapato, WA 98951

Website Last Updated: June 24, 2017

News Bulletin: We have new kids for sale! See the 2017 Kids pages!

Looks like we are done kidding for the year! 

We will be making some tough cuts to the buck herd. Check back soon for availability!

Breeder of ADGA Nigerian Dwarf Goats and APHA Paint Horses 
Located in Wapato, WA 98951. About a 30 minute drive southwest of Yakima, WA.

Contact us at [email protected] 

About our Nigerian Dwarf Goats:

Our Nigerian Dwarf breeding program consists of some outstanding individuals. Each of which have been carefully chosen based on quality, udder and structural conformation, genetics, pedigree, and several other factors. We're striving for an all around, true miniature dairy goat, one with a beautiful udder that can milk, has good conformation, good genetics, and a great pedigree. We've spared no expense when it came to purchasing our foundation stock, many of which had to be shipped in from across the country. You will also find our herd to be quite colorful, including many with moon spots and some with blue eyes. We have some very rare colored goats in our herd with the quality to back them up. If you want quality with color, then you've come to the right place! Take a look at our goat pages on the website for more information. The Breeding Schedule page shows who is bred to who and when they are due. The 2015 Available Kids page shows any new kids born. Each goat has it's individual page with lots of photos, pedigree information, and more! Just click on their name under their photo on the Sr. Buck/Doe and Jr. Buck/Doe pages. If you have any questions about our goats or breeding program, please don't hesitate to contact us!

About our Paint Horses:

Our Paint Horse breeding program is built on the Billy Shoe Shine bloodline, with our stallion being a Billy Shoe Shine son that is homozygous for black and tobiano. His name was Call Me Billy or better known as "Shiner," by those who knew him. We have had some beautiful foals born in the past years by him. Sadly, in fall 2013, Shiner suffered a leg injury that could not be repaired, we made the tough decision of having him euthanized. We have been blessed with a beautiful grullo splashed white tobiano colt by him and look forward to having him carry on Shiner's genetics. Temperament is very important to us and these foals have been the kindest, most easy going horses I have had the pleasure of being around. They are athletic, easy to train, and can go in just about any direction. We have very few foals born, just three in 2010 and one in 2014. We have two mares due in 2016 so be sure to check back then for updates! Please visit our APHA Horses page for more information on our horses.

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