I have a small herd of breeding goats which allows me to give personal attention to each animal and their kids.
Perenelle was my first SCI goat, she introduced me to these amazing and beautiful goats. She is very much the boss of the herd but is a fabulous mother passing on her great udder to her offspring. FOR SALE
Second in command
I purchased Sparrow pregnant, she gave birth to a wonderful boy only 2 weeks after she arrived. She certainly has an attitude and will tell you when she doesn’t like something. She is bossy to the other goats but raises beautiful kids. FOR SALE
The middle management
Clara was driven all the way from New York! She arrived with her sister who died in an unfortunate accident. Clara is the calmest and friendliest of the herd, you still won’t find her snuggling up though. She is pretty low on the totem pole but can hold her own when needed. FOR SALE
Amber came up from California with Napoleon. She bonded to Clara quickly but she still gets picked on by the rest of the herd. She is the most curious of all of the goats and will be the first to investigate anything new
Fern is the first baby girl born on the farm! She is Perenelle’s daughter and she is very well protected as long as she stays with her mamma. She has her mother’s gorgeous udder and has grown into a nice young lady. FOR SALE
Napoleon arrived with Amber. He was very tiny and needed to wear a coat in the cold weather. After several treatments he is now a feisty strong male. He will always be fairly small, passing his size down to his offspring. FOR SALE
The New Guy
Conan is my new herd sire. He is a rare color variation of the San Clemente Island Goat and I am excited to see his kids. He is good teat placement and should produce goats that are perfect for milking. He got pretty sick upon arrival and has been undergoing treatment for encephalitis, but he is a fighter and is coming back strong!
Sam is a very sweet Nigerian Dwarf wether who can keep anyone company. He can be a bit bossy and doesn’t put up with much from the boys. This little guy can hold his own.