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Meet the Girls

We are currently offering Noelle & Bridget as a pair, preferably. Roslin and her half-sister Caprica are also being retired, to live a life of serenity as pets. They have never been apart, so they must go together. Each of these girls has been a boon to my farm, and they've earned their retirement. They will go to qualified pet homes ONLY. They should not be bred, and will not go to homes that would breed them, flip them or eat them.
Email Liz directly at mizem55 (@) yahoo dot com for more information.

Caprica & Roslin

These two lovely ladies joined us in May of 2016. They are from Stone Silo Farm from strong milking lines. As bottle babies, they have always been people-oriented and very sweet. Caprica is the buckskin with the striking colors and animated personality. She is a consummate mother, very serious, and the dwarf leader. Roslin is the cou clair. She has a soft demeanor and gentle spirit. Roslin will be available as a pet at the end of July. She will still be in milk. She is every kids' favorite auntie, so when their own mothers are too busy, Auntie Roslin is there to climb and snuggle.


If there is a pluckier, more delightful goatie on the planet, I have not met her. Small for her age, Boomer makes up for it with her bigger-than-life personality. She is always thrilled to see you, and nothing makes her happier than going on a car ride or just hanging around her people. She will stand up to the bigger girls in the hope that there's a treat or freedom involved. She is also a consummate escape artist, although her goal is to find out where all the humans have gone.


Calamity is our keeper doeling from the Caprica/Apollo breeding. She has already started to develop the exceptionally dairy profile, and hopefully will be a wonderful addition to our new line, as we continue to improve on our lines.

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Our newest addition, 2020's Daphne, a girl with a solid milking pedigree from Neidt and Day Farm. She will spend 2021 growing big and strong for a 2022 kidding. Such a sweetie!


I was fortunate to acquire these two saanens from someone who needed to let them go. Noelle is an affectionate and loving girl, accepting of all people, big or small. She is calm, and frankly, my heart goat!

Kimba unfortunately passed at her new home, when via a storm she had access to a toxic plant.

RIP, beautiful girl!


This darling is my little hippie chick. She makes her own way in her own time. She adores being fawned over and will actively seek out being petted and scratched. She chooses her people, and prefers tall adults, fwiw.

She was a first freshener with twins in 2017, and is an excellent mother.

Bridget may be available as part of a clearing package, or as a pet to the right buyer. She would do better on a farm with less access to children (she can be fresh) although she behaves well with those who earn her goaty respect.

Meet the Boys



Apollo is our resident stud, joining us from Grazin' Goats Nigerians. Blue eyed and charming, he got his stud start in 2020, giving us Spring babies with Caprica, including our keeper, Calamity. He is responsible for ALL of the 2021 kids! Way to go, Apollo!


Chino (Cappucchino) is the resident wingman and buddy in the buck paddock, and loves to spar with Bridget.


Tango was our resident stud, hailing from Busy B Farm in Vermont. He was plenty busy in 2017, getting most of the girls in a family way. He couldn't have been sweeter! He comes from a line of strong milkers, and undoubtedly added to lovely genetics already in place here.

UPDATE:  Tango died July 2018, and left our farm with little warning. He was a gentle soul and is missed daily. 



Husker now resides on a new farm in upper state NY, making new babies there.

His legacy lives on in Trinity, who will be a first freshener in 2021.

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