our goats

Nigerian Dwarf and Pygmy

Our kids are born in the late winter-spring months. Our tan female doe, Stella is a Nigerian Dwarf who is naturally polled. The two white does with black markings are both Pygmys-Penelope and Aurora.  Dallas, our male Buck, is a Nigerian Dwarf. He is black, white, brown and naturally polled. We also have our pasture friend, Dani, who typically hangs out with the boys.

Bucklings (male goat kids) are separated out from their mothers after 3 months old. Our goats are given routine check-ups, hoof are, UTD on CD&T and wormed. We leave the horns on them in order to allow them more protection. Sometimes the kids will be naturally polled due to genetics from their parents; however, this is not always the case. Their eye colors will vary from blue, amber, brown, and black.

Please call us for availability!  Kids are available to pick-up once they are weaned at 3 months old.

Nigerian Dwarf Prices

$250 – Females

$200 – Intact Males

$175 – Weathered Males

Pygmy/Nigerian Dwarf Mix

$225 – Females

$200 – Intact Males

$175 – Weathered Males 

Our sheep


Our Sheep and Lambs are primarily raised on grass but during winter months when grass is limited they are supplemented with fescue hay that is baled from our own fields. At lambing time they are also given a mix of corn, soybean meal, and cottonseed hulls that we mix at a local farm to give them a little more energy during nursing. We practice rotational grazing in order to help minimize parasite loads.

Our proven Ewes are Dorper Sheep. Our sheep are bred only one time a year in late summer to fall. This allows for strong and healthy Ewes that produce multiple, healthy lambs in the Spring. Lambs are allowed to remain on their Mother until 3 months of age in which the male ram lambs are then separated and put into a different grazing location in order to protect the Ewes from accidental breeding. Our ram lambs are left intact with their tails as well.

We use the standard booster, Covexin-8, for their first and second vaccines as well as a wormer; however, once they have received their shots and wormer, they are then treated on a “as needed” basis in order to better control parasites and parasite resistance. Hoof care and checks are done throughout the months.

ewe Lambs (short tails)


Ram lambs (Intact with tails)