My herd is small, clean, and closed. I raise these beautiful goats for milk

My herd is small, clean, and closed. I raise these beautiful goats for milk
These goats really work. I use the milk for cheese and soap, and other things. I milk by hand and expect lots of good tasting milk and nice manners on the stanchion.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Maremma LGD puppies

Caesar above. Mishka below 


I  have two litters of Maremma LGD pups. The we own the parents. None are registered but all were bred off working farms/ ranches.
The sire is pure 
The older dam Mishka has 1/4 Anatolian blood
The younger dam is almost pure with maybe 1/16th Anatolian and Great Pyrenees and that's why she sometimes throws colored pups.
Taking NON refundable $50 deposits on pups.
Males $400
Females $500
Ready to go to country/farm/ranch homes ONLY in minimum 8 weeks maximum 12

Monday, September 19, 2016

Sad Day

Today was a sad day here. We lost our beautiful herd queen, Luci. She was not only sweet natured and patient with the human children that loved on her, but she also was a valued member of the ranch. A high volume, high protein and butterfat producer of milk for our family, she will be missed. 
She kidded without trouble more goat kids than I can recall off hand.
Rest in peace LuLu.

Monday, September 12, 2016

For Sale

I have hand milked my goats for 13 years's been a time I treasured. Time I was able to sit quietly in the barn with my animals; the goats of course, barn cats, geese, chickens, and my dogs and horses. It's been therapeutic really.
Sadly, it has to mostly come to an end. My hands have hurt terribly this year and I finally went and saw a hand specialist. I have a genetic predisposition for arthritis and joint breakdown, and the more I milk the worse it gets. He said I need a new hobby, because this one isn't kind to me.

I can't see my life without them, and I believe the raw goat milk really is the healthiest choice. I enjoy making cheese and soap. I guess I'll just do it on a much smaller scale. So...that leads me to this post- I am selling quite a few of my goats. I already have. I will be keeping 2 milkers and my new buck, besides the older girls I wish to keep as pets because they deserve their retirement.

Cowboy is an amazing buck, and he did good work for me here. He sired 14 kids, all gorgeous and not one birthing problem. He is a beautiful animal and it pains me to sell him, but I will just no longer have a use for him here and he's young. See his page here:

The other goat is also a 3rd generation Miniature Nubian. This little doe was a first freshener this year. She kidded independently and without a hitch. Her little doeling was drop dead pretty and Bella Anna was a fabulous and loving mother. She had quite a lot of milk for such a small girl. Milk genetics are a strong point. Her faults are that she isn't friendly (but she stands perfectly still for milking on the stanchion) and her teats are very long.

See her page here:

Thank you