Our Goat Breeds

We take pride in the health of all of our goats.
We de-horn all animals and our goats are guaranteed healthy at time of purchase.

Boer Goat

They are prized for their size, rapid weight gain, carcass quality, hardiness, and docility. These qualities can be passed on even when Boer bucks are bred to does of other breeds. Boer does are renowned for kidding as often as two times in three years, frequently bearing twins and sometimes triplets.

American Pygmy Goat

The American Pygmy is an American breed of achondroplastic goat. It is small, compact and stockily built. Like the Nigerian Dwarf, it derives from the West African Dwarf group of breeds of West Africa.
Males: 50 to 70 pounds and 16 to 23 inches tall. Females: 40 to 70 pounds and 16 to 22 inches tall.

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Nigerian Dwarf Goats go into heat year round, about every 21-28 days. While Nigerian Dwarf goats may be bred and conceive year round, their interest definitely peaks at this time of year. Breading for spring babies is favorable, as the weather is much more forgiving for the new little ones.

Saanen Goat

The Saanen is a Swiss breed of domestic goat. It takes its name from the Saanental in the Bernese Oberland, in the southern part of the Canton of Bern, in western Switzerland. It is a highly productive dairy goat and is distributed in more than eighty countries worldwide. The Saanen goat can produce up to 3 liters of milk per head per day.

Anglo-Nubian Goat

The Anglo-Nubian is a British breed of domestic goat. It originated  from cross-breeding between native British goats and a mixed population of large lop-eared goats imported from India, the Middle East and North Africa.The Anglo-Nubian is a dual-purpose goat, reared both for goat’s meat and for milk. Kids fatten quickly for meat production. The milk yield is not as high as in some Swiss goat breeds, but the milk has a higher percentage of fat.

Damascus Goat

The Damascus goat, also known as Aleppo, Halep, Baladi, Damascene, Shami, or Chami, is a breed of goat. It originated in Middle East countries such as Syria and was imported by Antoniades family and then by the British into Cyprus, where its qualities were improved by breeding. On average, a Damascus goat can live up to 12 years.
Use: Meat and milk.

Alpine Goat

The Alpine is a medium to large sized breed of domestic goat known for its very good milking ability. They have no set colours or markings. They have horns, a straight profile and erect ears. The breed originated in the French Alps. Mature does weigh around 61 kg, and are about 76 cm tall at the shoulder.

Kiko Goat

The Kiko is a breed of meat goat originating from New Zealand. Kiko comes from the Māori word for meat. Kiko goats are renowned for their meat and milk. They have a high fertility rate, and friendly, and are generally low-maintenance. Gestation length in goats is 145–155 days (average 150 days) and can be affected by breed, litter weight, environment, and parity.

American LaMancha Goat

American Lamancha, or more commonly, simply Lamancha or LaMancha, is a formally recognized breed of dairy goat, first bred in California by Mrs. Eula Fay Frey about 1927. The LaMancha is a dependable dairy goat, producing quality milk with high butterfat and protein over a long period of time. One of the advantages to the LaMancha breed is they can be milked for two years without being freshened.

Angora Goat

The Angora or Ankara is a Turkish breed of domesticated goat. It produces the lustrous fibre known as mohair. It is widespread in many countries of the world. Angora goats are kept mainly to produce mohair which is used in the upholstery and apparel trades.

Australian Cashmere Goat

The Australian Cashmere goat is a breed of Cashmere domestic goats originating in Australia. A cashmere goat is a type of goat that produces cashmere wool, the goat’s fine, soft, downy, winter undercoat, in commercial quality and quantity. This undercoat grows as the day length shortens and is associated with an outer coat of coarse hair, which is present all the year and is called guard hair.

Dutch landrace Goat

The Dutch Landrace is a traditional Dutch breed of domestic goat. The Dutch Landrace goat was initially bred for milk production, but over time it became apparent that this breed had other uses. Its hardiness made it an ideal meat production, while its long hair provided fiber for textiles.

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