These are my does that is due in mid April (Honey - right & Snickers - Left). The both have the most gorgeous colors and have been amazing mommas. Their babies will be weaned and ready to go to their new homes in mid June.
If you would like to be on the priority witing the list for their babies the deposit is $50 per goat. I will notify when the babies are born and send pics. You will be able to choose a baby or babies at 3 weeks of age and they be ready to go to their new homes at 8 - 12 weeks of age.
If you choose not to get a baby at that time for any reason your deposit will be held for future babies and you will remain on the priority waiting list. I cannot guarantee the sex, colors or eye color of babies :) We just have to wait and see what mother nature decides.
BABY GOAT PRICING GUIDELINES
DAM RAISED & BOTTLE FED THERAPY BABIES
Weathers: Starting at $150
Bucks: Starting at $175
FEMALES: Starting at $225
Add $100 for BOTTLE FED THERAPY BABIES
Add $75 for BLUE EYES
Add $50 to $100 for Desirable Markings -See Different Color Variations Here
All sales are local pickup. I want to meet the new owner in person :)
Our kids will be sold on a first come first serve basis. A deposit of $50 is due to hold the animal until weaning age or up to 30 days then the final payment is expected. Deposits are non refundable if the buyer does not go through with the sale. We accept Paypal, Venmo, checks or credit cards via Square for deposits.
We do not Dis-bud our goats. I believe God made them this way for a reason. All of my goats have horns and still participate in Goat Yoga :)
All kids that stay until weaned will be up to date on Deworming and Coccidia prevention, we usually wean kids between 8-12 weeks.
If you purchase a bottle baby you will be responsible for providing any care it needs, including vaccines & worming at the appropriate times. Wethers are banded at 12- 16 weeks of age.
Goats are herd animals and do not do well alone, they require constant companionship. I will not sell a single goat to a home with no other goats. A lonely goat is not a happy goat!