Website Last Updated: October 1, 2017
News Bulletin: We have three ADGA doelings and two wether kids left! See the FOR SALE page!
We are slowly working on our 2018 Breeding Schedule. Check back soon!
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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 solid conformation, proven 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. We believe there's no reason you can't have the whole package! That's why our motto here is
"quality with color." Something that is beautiful to look at, but also has function. 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 2017 Kids pages show any new kids born. Each goat has its individual page with photos, pedigree information, and more! Just click on their name under their photo on the Buck and Doe pages. If you have any questions about our goats or breeding program, please don't hesitate to contact us!
About our Australian Cattle Dogs:
Our Australian Cattle Dog passion all began with a visit to the local sale yard. Someone selling a single Australian Cattle Dog puppy outside on the front steps of the auction house. We couldn't resist bringing the shy little baby home. That was in 2007. We still have that first pup, Bindi, and since then have added several more Australian Cattle Dogs to our family. We love everything about them. From their loyal and protective instinct to their excellent herding ability to the beautiful variety of coat patterns they come in. These dogs fit in perfectly here. We use them around the farm to move livestock and at the end of a long day, there's nothing better snuggling up on the couch with these sweet babies. While we've owned this breed for ten years now and raised a couple litters, we are still fairly new to breeding and look forward to starting this adventure. Our dogs have been selected for their amazing temperaments, herding ability, conformation, pedigrees, and beautiful markings. We will have a page set up for them soon!