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Breeding for 2016 kids have begun. We expect the first kids in March 2016. Kids will be available at 12 weeks old, the first will be available about mid-June. We notify people on our email list first. So if you are interested please drop us a line.
Please let us know where you live (in the town or city limits, suburbs, rural), what facilities you have for keeping goats (including how much pen space), any experience you have with goat- or other livestock-keeping (we are fine with first time goat keepers), your purpose for wanting goats (pets, show, breeding), and any sex or color preference.
We do not have a formal waiting list. We try our very best to keep our Sales page up to date. If you are looking for something special let us know, and keep in touch, especially if it is a buck.
We prefer to sell our wethers, and all of our goats in (at least) pairs, unless they are going to an established goat herd. Goats are strongly herd-oriented and it is best for their health, and well being for them to have the companionship of their own kind. We do not recommend keeping a breeding pair, as they can't be kept together all the time. A doe and wether, two does, or two wethers make a fine starter herd, and will keep you entertained for hours with their antics. We highly recommend adults instead of kids for first time owners and children. They are not as fragile or skittish as young kids, and bond just as well, maybe even better than kids. Please check your town ordinance if you live within town limits.
Please call (919) 596-0984, or email us, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and photos. Special consideration may be given to show, 4-H, and FFA homes. We can ship nationwide by air, or deliver to the shows we attend, or you can pick goats up at the farm. The farm is easy to reach, we are only a few miles off several major interstate highways in central North Carolina. We plan to attend the Pygmy Stampede show the first weekend in April in Liberty, NC, the NPGA Convention in Shelby, NC in June, the NC State Fair in Raleigh, NC in October and the Festival of Pygmies in Liberty, NC in November. If you wish to visit please call to schedule.
Does For Sale
None for sale at this time
Bucks For Sale
It is our policy to sell only those bucks we would be happy to keep and use in our own herd. This explains why we didn't keep or sell a buck until we had been breeding and improving for nearly 6 years! A good buck brings only pride to his breeder, and joy to his owner. Most of our young bucklings, no matter their quality, are castrated at 12 weeks old. I try to list potential herdsire bucklings, but if you are looking for one, please drop us a line, so I can keep an eye out for you as our kids develop. We offered limited buck service, call or email for details.
None for Sale at this time.
Wethers For Sale
Wethers are castrated males and make the best pets! They never develop the odor or bucky habits that make bucks such poor pets, and they never go into "screaming heat" like so many does. All they really require is love and attention and a proper diet to live long happy lives. All of our wethers are disbudded (will not grow horns), castrated, microchipped, and recorded with the NPGA. They are all priced at $100.00
None for sale at this time
Phone: (919) 596-0984