Here is a fun video of us feeding our ten kids on a bottle bucket.
We have been keeping dairy goats since 2005.
I have just one really nice young buckling left for sale. John is out of Petunia and Billy, born March 9, 2022. He is really nice sized and will probably be ready to breed for fall.
On October 6, 2021 we bred Crocus, our Lamancha/Nubian cross yearling doe to Billy, our homegrown Lamancha buck. The projected due date is March 5, 2022. Crocus had twins, one boy and one girl on her due date, March 5, 2022. We disbudded Crocus's kids on March 8, 2022.
On October 12, 2021 we bred Lavender, our Lamancha doe, to Buddy, our homegrown Nubian/Lamancha cross buck. The projected due date is March 11, 2022. Lavender had triplets on March 10, 2022. She had two girls and one boy. All are doing well. We disbudded Lavender's kids on March 14, 2022.
On October 12, 2021 we bred Petunia, sister to Crocus, also to Billy, our Lamancha buck. Her due date is also March 11, 2022. Petunia had triplet boys on March 9, 2022. All are doing well! We disbudded Petunia's boys on March 12, 2022.
On October 26, 2021 we bred BonBon, our 3/4 Lamancha, 1/4 Nubian doe to Gideon, our Lamancha buck. The projected due date is March 25, 2022. Bon Bon had triplet boys on 3-23-22. All are well. Bon Bon's boys were disbudded 3-26-22.
We have a new buck!
Nicholas came to us from Creighton Dairy Goat farm in Stanwood, MI. He is a pure Nubian, and was born on 12-21-20.
We teach cheesemaking classes, both soft and hard as well as goat milk soap classes. If you would like to schedule classes at the farm, contact us. If you would like to schedule a class for your group or organization, I can take all my classes on the road. More specifics on when I am offering classes and prices and descriptions are on my class page.
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