KW Farms
Wapato, Washington


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Reply Marla Jo Rudsell
1:58 PM on December 1, 2019 
Your dogs are beautiful
Reply Sherry Mickey/ JC Ranch
12:03 PM on January 6, 2019 
I bought my 1st KW Farms ACD a few months back, I am so impressed with Kylee?s dogs we have ordered another. From my first contact with Kylee, answering my multitude of questions patiently and professionally, us meeting to pick up our pup, seeing her facility and then of course after bringing our pup home, I continue to be impressed. Kylee knows her buisness and has produced amazing quality ACD?s from minds, confirmation and ability. She is someone I would definitely recommend and stand behind.
You rock Kylee, thank you so very much.
Sherry Mickey
Reply Cupcake Haven/Finn Family Farm
9:01 PM on February 24, 2017 
Bought two beautiful does a year and a half ago. Both just freshened for the first time with beautiful kids and what looks to be like beautiful users. Kylee was great to work with and she knows her goats. Was glad to add these genetics into our herd and would most definitely buy from her again.
Reply Milkcreek Ridge Mini's
7:56 PM on February 24, 2017 
I love your goats. The colors are beautiful and great milk genetics. I bought one of your bucks and few years back and I love him so much. He has brought beautiful babies to my herd.
Reply Nicole
7:07 PM on February 24, 2017 
I purchased my first Nigerians from KW Farms, as well as one of my current herdsires. I;m hoping for a doeling this year! I consider Kylee's one of the best farms, not only because she has stellar animals, but she's great to work with, is always happy to answer a question, and the photography is top notch! I hope someday my herd is as lovely as hers.
Reply Tammy Schallon at Homestead Goats
5:37 PM on May 29, 2016 
Hi Kylee!
I wanted to let you know how your goats did when we took them to the ADGA 3 ring show on the west side this weekend so you can post it on your show results page if you wish. We are very grateful for your goat's influence on our herd. More importantly, we are grateful for your friendship and goat advice. Thank you for your kindness, honesty, and integrity as a breeder. These qualities are not always easy to find and that is why we enjoy all of our transactions with you. Blessings to you and your farm, Tammy
PS - I'll try to get pix of the goats out soon :)
Raindrops - 2 X Grand Champion Jr. Doe !
Potion - Grand Champion Buck as yearling!
MerryGold - 4th, as a first freshener in a very large, competitive class of 22 2-3 y/o's
Reply Roe Reiter
7:03 PM on June 12, 2014 
Do you ship? How far from Deer Park WA are you?
Reply VS
4:17 AM on April 7, 2014 
Would like to come as a tourist to Nigeria and do the grand African adventure
Reply Jen
10:58 PM on January 18, 2014 
I'm so thrilled that I found your page! We are planning to get our first goats this year!
Reply Heidi from Critter Mtn Ranch
6:14 PM on July 30, 2013 
I love your critters!
Reply Lisa Herren
11:08 PM on June 15, 2013 
I would love to find out if you have a newsletter or magazine that I could order for my Dad. Please just let me know...thank you!
Reply Katherine
8:35 PM on June 14, 2013 
I love your herd, Very nice!
Reply Tammi
10:44 AM on May 3, 2013 
Call me soon, when you can... at 352-503-7273 interest in purchasing... and would like to invite you to the following facebook groups that we have. 1. Nigerian Goats
2. Crazy About Nigerians
3. Crazy about Alpine Goats
4. Nubian Goats
5. Lamancha Goats
6. Crazy about Lamancha Goats
7. Crazy about Boer Goats
8. Alpine Goats
Reply Amanda Selvy
3:03 PM on April 26, 2013 
Your site is beautiful.. It helped me with some things I was concerned about. Thanks!
Reply Audrey
9:13 PM on March 12, 2013 
I am really looking forward to your kidding season! I have to admit that I've been cruising goat forums, checking out all sorts of goat farm websites, reading WAY too many goat books, setting up, building, fencing and getting altogether too excited about starting a herd of my own! My husband and I are hoping to purchase several (3 maybe 4) kids from you guys when the time comes. Thank you for being such a knowledgeable presence on the web when it comes to helping others, and of course raising lovely goats! When the time comes I would love your input on which little kids would be best. Thank you again and ya'll will be hearing from again me soon!
Reply kathleen
1:53 PM on February 2, 2013 
My brother raised goats 30 years ago, my only exposure. I only have chickens so far. I would like to do some farm visits before I commit to bringing home my first goats. I am choosing this breed because of their size, friendliness, and place on the ALBC website. I'm interested in their grazing ability, dairy, and possibly adding hair to my fiber art projects. You have a beautiful heard and you are local!
Reply taylor
12:56 AM on January 12, 2013 
i would love migranes or paris is baby they are great looking does
Reply Taylor Louis
12:50 AM on January 12, 2013 
love the goats so cute.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reply taylor
12:17 AM on December 25, 2012 
Love the website,I was wondering if you could put me on the waiting list i would like a blue eyed baby girl if possilbal or a colerful baby girl the kids are cute

Thanks Taylor
Reply Melissa Sargent
10:58 PM on October 8, 2012 
Love your goats and hope to pertches some soon!!!
Reply Tracey Hallett
5:34 AM on July 3, 2012 
I absolutely LOVE how you present your beautiful babies. You give pictures and important data. I look forward to purchasing a baby from you!
Reply kim
11:09 PM on June 28, 2012 
awsome page and looking for ward to buy some of you goat soon
Reply kim
11:08 PM on June 28, 2012 
awsome page...
Reply Linda McClure
10:04 PM on June 14, 2012 
Last year I purchased a doeling from you. Her dam was Cornerstone Sarei and the sire was Old Mountain Warlock. In your on line record, it says Sarei had two bucks. If you could correct that it would be a good thing, as if I ever sell my doeling there would not be any confusion, if someone was to look up her breeder. Also,last year I was interested my doeling's sister, who was hurt jumping a fence. Do you still have her? Is she sound. Thanks Linda
Reply Sydney F.
8:31 PM on June 14, 2012 
Can't wait to see your farm and pick up my does this week! It'll be great to meet you! Thanks so much for all your help. I can't wait till Carolina has her babies :)
I am planning on buying one of your lovely buck kids some time too!

Reply Kelly Berry Lomax
6:41 PM on May 1, 2012 
Hello! I accidentally found your site and was excited to see you were in Wapato, my hometown! I am new to goat ranching and am raising purebred registered Toggenburg dairy goats. Thanks for posting all the lovely pictures of your farm! I miss Wapato!
Reply Rosann
9:49 PM on December 3, 2011 
I keep coming back to look at all your beautiful Dwarf Nigerians! We have had dairy goats before years ago and was pleasantly surprised that this breed is a good fit for the elderly and children, (our parents and grandchildren). Seriously thinking about and wanting a couple bred does. We would not be showing, just wanting the milk and the love of a few NGD's.
Reply Eileen Marsh
12:43 AM on October 31, 2011 
Love your website!!! I am just starting out with Nigerian's and I totally fell in love with them! Anyway, this website is very helpful and informative...Thank You
Reply Felicity Elliott
7:09 PM on October 30, 2011 
Enjoyed your site. I am in Whatcom Co in western Wa. Just getting into Nigerians. I have had a hard time finding ND breeders in this part of the country.
Reply Emma
12:35 AM on August 19, 2011 
Your goats are amazing. I look forward to the Kid-Giveaway. I currently have 4 and have fallen madly in love with goats and plan to show and keep them until I can not possibly walk and love them until I can't breathe.
Reply Laverne
2:24 PM on July 17, 2011 
I love your goats and that you are taking good care of them. I may eventually get into breeding Nigerians but I have a problem selling goats. I want to keep them all. Here is my site on my goats.
Reply Jana
2:06 PM on July 16, 2011 
Great looking herd.
Reply Sherry Barron
1:23 PM on July 15, 2011 
I love your site......beautiful kids! Hopefully, the baby that I picked (and it was tough to choose between all those cuties) will get to be mine in the near future :-)
Reply Amber Corey
11:32 AM on June 3, 2011 
I love your site ! Im
looking for pygmy goats-wethers-calico colored. Thanks. Amber
Reply Akitamommy
2:16 AM on May 14, 2011 
Stunning Herd! RARE breeding quality. Looking forward to reserving for our homestead herd.

Reply Tammy Russell
7:01 PM on May 1, 2011 
Hello, Thanks for such a grest website. I would greatly appreciate it if you put me on your waiting list for your great goat babies. I'm looking for a flashy colored baby. I'm not picky on if its a buck or doe. I do not wnat a wether though. Thanks for sharing with us. Tammy
Reply C.J
10:08 PM on January 29, 2011 
your horses are beautyful, and your goats are so cute : )
Reply Mountain J Ranch
2:33 PM on January 10, 2011 
Your goats are gorgeous, I love your bucks! And of course your does! xD I love the set up of your pages, its very organized.

Mountain J Ranch
Reply Jess
8:51 PM on November 13, 2010 
Hi, your site looks great! Your horses are GORGEOUS!!!!! :-)
Reply Mary
8:02 PM on November 11, 2010 
I just wandered onto The Goat Spot and saw the picture of Old Mountain Farm Zagnut. Congratulations! We have six of Cheryle's does, and just love visiting her place. I'm sure you have some beautiful babies in your future!
Reply Becky
12:46 PM on October 24, 2010 
Love your site! We accidentally ended up with Nigerians, and we so love them, that we would like to get into breeding, but want to do it right. We currently have a doe and a registered buck. We also have pygmies. We will keep the pygmies we currenlty have until they are gone, but would like to focus on nigerians. We also have horses and the normal dogs, cats, and chickens. Would love to be put on yoru list for 2011 kids.
Reply Janice Gardner
9:50 PM on October 18, 2010 
I would like to be on the list for Nigerian kids to be born in the 2011 year. I would like 2 of them. I currently have 3 Nubien goats right now, they are delightful. I realize the babies will have to be seperate, I have the room. Before I had my Nubiens, I did have pygmy goats. I would like to visit your farm if possible to make sure I have the proper home for them when they arrive. I do have miniature horses and they love the goats. I would just like pet quality because that is what they would be. They would have a great home. I can be reached at 509-673-0203, please call me. Janice Gardner
Reply monique
1:21 PM on July 30, 2010 
Lovely site! I raise NDs also! Come visit me at:

Reply Tara
11:29 AM on July 13, 2010 
Congrats on your kidding season so far!!! =) Looks like you really have done well...Can't wait to see all the rest of the kids!!! ;)

Reply ROB
5:30 AM on November 20, 2009 
Reply Tara
8:40 PM on September 28, 2009 
Hey Kylee! You have a fantastic site!!! And your goats are simply GORGEOUS!
Can't wait to see your spring kids!
Later, Tara
Reply stacey
2:52 PM on September 24, 2009 
Hey Kylee -- nice work on the site. :)
Reply Kris Larson
3:38 PM on September 5, 2009 
I am so glad to know that you are close. I live in Selah and am very interested in your Horses and goats. Hopefully I can come and see you. I live in Selah.
Reply April (and 4yr old daughter and Willa the pony)
7:43 PM on August 1, 2009 
Kylee: Skittles is doing awesome!!!! I saw your site and thought I'd update you. His skin and fur are simply gorgeous, no more dry skin and hes soooooo soft (who would have thought?) He's also very bonded with the pony and she to him. He has lost quite a bit of the belly and is just the greatest little guy ever. I am so grateful to you for Skittles. We love him to pieces!
Reply Sarah
5:29 PM on July 23, 2009 
Hi Kylee!
Felline and Sangria are doing great! They have gotten a bit fat but they are happy. I can't wait to see what they produce this spring. Let me know if you are interested in doing any trades after kidding. I will be adding a reference buck page to show the bucks and pedigrees I will be using!