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Nigerian Dwarf, Mini Alpine and Mini Saanen Goats and Kids (Babies) For Sale

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We are proud breeders of ADGA registered Nigerian Dwarf goats. We also have a small selection of mini Alpine and mini Saanen Dairy goats. We are located in Waynesboro, Virginia which is conveniently located off I-81 and I-64 in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Conveniently located within 1.5 -2 hours of major destinations in Virginia, approximately 2 hours from Northern Virginia and only 1.5 hours from Richmond (Central) Virginia. We often have transports running down I-81 through Roanoke Virginia, Bristol, Tennessee, Kingsport TN and through Wise, VA.

We breed for heavy milk production, excellence in conformation, easy to milk (large) teats and of course personality! All our babies are bottle raised and love human affection!

There will be many adult does in milk being sold after kidding January - April 2018.
Click here to see what I have listed so far, more to come!
** Doe Sales Page **



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Questions about buying a new goat?

When looking to buy a new goat, it is important to know what your goals are. Are you looking for excellent milk production? Are you looking for goats with the potential to be show goats? Are you just wanting some super cute little goats as pets? Are you looking for registered goats? Here are some answers to some of the most common questions new goat owners ask.

  1. - Should I buy a registered goat?
    There are many reasons that buying registered goats make sense.
  2. It costs the same to feed and care for a registered goat as it does for an unregistered goat. Registered goats are generally going to be more expensive, but there is long term value to consider.
    Registered goats are easier to sell. You can sell a registerable goat without papers, but you can't do the opposite. If your goat is unregistered, the potential market for selling your goat (or its kids) just shrunk by about 80%.
    Registered goats will always command a higher price on average than unregistered goats, even despite equal quality.
    Registered goats have a pedigree to back them up, and are able to compete in shows, be linearly appraised or enroll in other performance programs. Even if you never plan on utilizing anything like that, your potential buyers very well may participate and you'll be shutting out a group of buyers.
    Even if you don't plan on being a 'big' breeder, registration makes sense. If you are breeding even just one doe per year, you'll be getting babies every year. You'll put the same effort into the kids whether they are registered or not, but in the end an unregistered goat baby will sell for $50-$100 (boys) to $150-$250 (girls) or so (at least around here) whereas the same goats could sell for $250-$600on up (boys) to $400-$600on up with registration papers, as an example.
    The exception to this is with neutered males (known as wethers). These are not registered and can not produce offspring, so registration is not needed.

    - What type of housing do they need?

    Goats need basic housing to keep them dry (goats HATE to get wet) and to protect them from wind during the winter. Do you have predetor issues? Coyotes, bear and fox can all be predators of goats, but the #1 killer of goats is roaming dogs. Its safest to lock up your goats at night. You will need something that locks up securely. My first goats were kept in a used wooden children's playhouse (8'x10'). I built shelves in it for them and a loft to sleep in and I still have it to this day! It was comfortable for up to around 8-9 goats (the loft really added to the space) My herd eventually outgrew the playhouse and now it is a happy home to chickens. Goats do fine in the cold as long as they are protected from drafts and from being wet. They still need proper ventilation, so resist the urge to completely wrap up their housing in the winter! Also DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT use heat lamps. EVERY YEAR I hear about many barn fires, with all animals DEAD due to using heat lamps. They are NOT safe. Don't risk it!
    If you are in the process of planning and building your shelter, it is wise to have some sort of earthen floor. Something that will drain. Dirt, grass, gravel, covered with bedding are all fine. Concrete, wood, tile...etc, are not going to drain, will hold all the wetness and you will have to scoop out and replace bedding every 4-5 days or so. You don't have to do that if you have a floor that drains. :)

    - What type of fencing do they need?
    Your goats will need a large enough fenced in area for them to be able to run around, jump and play. If they are not going to be on pasture, their fenced in area should still be big enough for them to run around a bit and get exercise. A healthy goat needs exercise. From their fenced in area, they should have free access to and from their shelter (i.e. the shelter should be in the fenced area) so that they can get out of rain and/or mid day storms. Your goat's fencing is as much to keep them IN as it is to keep other things OUT. One of the top killers of goats is roaming dogs. I can't tell you how many times I have heard people say a stray dog has killed their goat(s). Good woven wire field fencing that has been properly installed (with no large gaps underneath and properly stretched) should work for most situations. You may have specific circumstances that dictate more. Small babies can get through the larger holes in standard field fencing. A row of chicken wire zip tied across the bottom can help until they get too big to fit through the holes. I personally prefer the plastic "poultry netting" fencing for this purpose because it doesn't crush down like regular chicken wire. Sometimes the babies just crush chicken wire down and then can still get out.

    - What do they eat?
    Goats are browsers, they love many weeds, pasture grasses, leaves and shrubery. There are some plants that are poisonous to goats. Some are more poisoness than others. You will want to look these up to ensure you have a safe area for your goats. The top deadly ones that come to mind (look them up!!!) are Japanese Yew, Rhododendron, Mountain Laurel, and cherry tree leaves that have wilted after a branch breaks (creates cyanide).
    Make sure that the grass you have is not common lawn fescue if you plan on that being their main food source. It has no nutrition for them. If all you have is fescue, then you will need to provide a good quality hay for your goats. If you have good pasture with plenty of browse, then you will only need to provide hay during the winter or if it is raining all day in other seasons where they can't get out to eat. In addition to hay or pasture, most people give a treat each evening. This is especially helpful if you need the goats to go into their house to be locked up for the night. You can get a quality goat feed at Tractor Supply or your local co-op.  Its very important not to overfeed your goats with grain! It can cause many illnesses that can cause death. I will go over feed amounts with all buyers before they take a goat home. If you are feeding any type of grain, become familiar with how it is supposed to look. If you only have a few goats, it will take you a long time to get through an entire bag and it can mold. Sometimes it is very hard to spot... sometimes just little spots on the pellets. Be diligent with checking your grain for freshness. I've even opened brand new bags that had mold so become familiar with what it should look like and be sure it has no mold. MOLD KILLS GOATS. They get listeriosis from it which is very deadly.

    Your goats will also need loose minerals (also available at feed stores). Do not get them the mineral blocks. They can not get enough of it in their systems. They really need the loose minerals. Do not get one that is for goats & sheep. It doesn't have the copper in it that goats need. I use one that is called Meat Maker by Sweetlix. Minerals should be left out "free choice", which means that it is always available and they can have as much as they want. I keep it in their shelters by their water.
    Finally, they will also need free choice baking soda. It helps them with digestion.

    - What type of care do they need?
    Other than providing clean water every day, free choice minerals, free choice baking soda and either pasture or hay, there isn't a whole lot more to their every day care as long as they are healthy. They do need to be dewormed every so often depending on their living conditions and what they are eating. They also need their hooves trimmed periodically. Usually once a quarter works. I am happy to give a lesson on how to trim hooves to all new buyers. I also vaccinate annually with CD&T, however that is a personal choice.
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Baby Goats


Unless otherwise indicated, all baby girls (and their wether companions if applicable) are ready to go to their new homes - ON A BOTTLE - between 3 and 4 weeks old. They will need to be fed 3x a day for at least a few weeks and then can be weaned to 2x a day. Girls should be bottlefed for a minimum of 12 weeks old. Boys stay on their moms if I don't have a deposit on them before they turn 1.5 weeks old and are available at 8 weeks old.

ALL GOATS COME WITH A STARTER MEDICATION KIT!!!! This will include six medications that you should have on hand (including enough dewormer for your first year), an instant read digital thermometer, various sized syringes, needles, curved eyedropper and instructions, all in a convenient carrying case. The problem with buying these medications on your own is that you can't buy just enough for a few goats. You are stuck buying entire bottles that you will never fully use. Not only is it wasteful, but it can add up very quickly!  With just a few goats, you will never use more than a tiny bit out of those bottles before they expire so its a big waste. No one really tells you to expect to pay about $120 in start up meds once you actually get your kid home! Hopefully your goat never gets sick, but if it does, the last thing you want to do is leave your baby to go running around everywhere trying to find the right medications. Sometimes there is difficulty in finding the right meds. You DON'T want that problem if your goat needs them! So I make sure EVERY buyer goes home with a starter medication kit. If your goat is acting off, or showing symptoms of any sort, give me a call and we can decide the course of action right then and there. If the baby needs medication, you will have it right there and can start treatment immediately! I can't tell you what a relief it will be for you to have it on hand and this way it saves you a lot of money from having to buy full bottles that you will never fully use and could very possibly save you a costly vet visit! And it is certainly a relief for me as a breeder knowing that my new owners are equiped to handle any problems that may arise.  :)

Wethers are $125 and also come with a starter medication kit.

**For bottle babies, starter kits also include a bottle with graduated measurements and nipple specifically designed for goat kids.


A NOTE ABOUT MY PRICING
I want to explain the VALUE I feel you get when purchasing from me. Aside from buying excellent quality genetics... goats bred for milk production, ease of milking AND conformation - truly the "whole package"...  you get the starter medication kit, which if you had to buy everything in the kit, you'd spend at least $120 (current actual cost of everything in the kit would be $140). They are very common items, so chances are, you are going to have to have them. So when comparing my prices to others, take that into consideration... how much are you going to have to go spend on meds to have on hand? Secondly, and this is a big one, when you purchase from me, you are buying my ongoing support.You can text me, you can email me, you can call me, I return messages within an hour or two (yes you do need to leave a message as I often don't have my hands free to answer calls as they come in, texting and email is preferred). I TRULY care about my babies AND my customers. I want my babies to be happy and healthy and I want my customers to be happy and I am sincerly happy to help with ongoing questions or concerns. If your baby is acting off, or showing symptoms of any sort, I ask you to PLEASE contact me to let me know and if medications are appropriate, you will have what you need in the kit and I can suggest what to give. This is INVALUABLE. I do not have a separate job, this IS my life so I'm not hard to get a hold of or too busy to provide ongoing support for my animals. I feel like it is my responsibily (and my joy & pleasure) to ensure my customers have everything they need to ensure a happy healthy life for my babies.
Additionally, I put a LOT of extra time, effort and expense to bottle feed babies so that they will come to you ready to bond to their new mama (the one feeding them, you!). Its way easier and way less time consuming for me to dam raise (let their mom raise them), but I put in the extra work to ensure you will have a life long, easy to handle, lovable, bonded baby. Dam raised babies CAN be just as friendly, but often they are not, which makes it way harder in the long run to work with them. You have to catch them to work with them, where as a super friendly goat wants your attention, will come to you, likes to be handled and loved on. I think this is another invaluable component to the babies I sell. It truly makes for a better goat owning experience!!! The exception to this rule is boys. If I don't have a deposit on a boy by the time he is 1.5 weeks old, he stays with his mom and available at weaning. I can't guarentee that they will be "bottle baby friendly". All girls are bottle raised.
Finally, beyond all that, you are buying from a disease tested herd. Our vet comes out annually to draw blood for our annual disease testing in January. All kids will go to their new homes with current disease testing results for the herd. All goats, male and female over 6 months of age are tested.

Several does in milk will be available after kidding. Click here to see what I have listed so far, more to come!
** Doe Sales Page **


If you would like a buckling out of any of these breedings where buck price is not listed, lets discuss your breeding goals and together, I'm sure we can find something to suite your needs. :)

********Discounts********
** $50 discount when purchasing 2 goats, $100 discount when purchasing 3 goats ** wethers are included in discount only IF purchased with a girl **

Reservations are $50, which goes towards purchase price.



Kidding Schedule Many more to come, keep checking back!

Listed in order of due Date

Prices start at $250 for mini doe kids, $500 for Nigerian doe kids. We do have multiple purchase discounts! $50 off 2, $100 off 3!! wethers are $125.

Wondering why all the different prices for different breedings? The prices are based on many factors, including, LA scores from the doe AND her lines, DHIR records from the doe AND her lines, age of the doe (first freshener's kids are going to be generally cheaper, a doe with only a kidding left in her may have their kids priced higher...etc.), predictability of the outcome of the breeding (linebreeding, repeat breeding...etc.).

Doe Due Date Kid InfoNotes
Olive
Old Mountain Farm Oliv A Suddn
Bear
Gillispie's Black Bear
01/01/2018


1 buck and 2 does will be retained.

Does - $850
Bucks - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Rupunzel
Better Wayz Rupunzel
Legacy
Better Wayz Sirocco's Legacy
01/01/2018


*linebreeding on SG Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550 
Reservations:
OPEN
Carabelle
Ruckus Ridge Carabelle
Bear
Gillispie's Black Bear
01/01/2018

*repeat breeding, produced Better Wayz Carabear VVEE90 (on 2nd freshening!)


1-2 does may be retained.

Does - $700
Bucks - $450
Reservations:
OPEN
 
Nutmeg
Waterloo Pond RHP Nutmeg
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
01/03/2018

*repeat breeding, produce 2 gorgeous bucks last time. Need a girl! Come on Nutmeg!

1 doe will be retained. 

Does - $700
Bucks - $450
Reservations:
OPEN
 
Star
Better Wayz Sirocco's Star
Bear
Gillispie's Black Bear
01/04/2018

*linebreeding on SG Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91


1 doe will be retained.

Does - $650
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN
Daisy
Better Wayz Daisy Flower
Legacy
Better Wayz Sirocco's Legacy
01/06/2018

*linebreeing on SG Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91


1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Bucks - $350 
Reservations:
OPEN

doe kid - WR&CR
Pepper
Better Wayz Spicy Pepper
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
01/07/2018


*repeat breeding, produced Better Wayz Poppi Seed VVEV87 (on 1st freshening)

1 doe will be retained.

Does - $650
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN

doe kid - EG
Nimbus
Old Mountin Farm Nimbus
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
01/07/2018


1 doe will be retained. 

Does - $650
Bucks - $400
Reservations:
OPEN

doeling - EG
Cirrus
Better Wayz Cirrus Black
Angus
Better Wayz Black Angus
01/08/2018

*linebreeding on Gillispie's Black Bear *B (son of Old Mountain Farm Sirocco EEEE91)

1 doe will be retained. 

Does - $600
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN
Bling-Bling
Better Wayz Bling-Bling
Bear
Gillispie's Black Bear
01/08/2018

*Blue Eyes possible

*linebreeding on Gillispie's Black Bear *B (son of Old Mountain Farm Sirocco EEEE91)

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Bling
Wooly Dog Down Bling-A-Ling
Bear
Gillispie's Black Bear
01/09/2018

*Polled & Blue Eyes possible


1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN

Buck: CS
LingLing
Better Wayz Ling-Ling
Legacy
Better Wayz Sirroco's Legacy
01/09/2018

*linebreeing on SG Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91


*blue eyes possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
 
Reservations:
OPEN
 
Sirocco
Old Mountain Farm Sirocco
Angus
Better Wayz Black Angus
01/09/2018


*linebreeing on SG Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91



1 buck and 1-2 does may be retained.

Does - $900
Bucks - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Esmerelda
Better Wayz Esmerelda
Bear
Gillispie's Black Bear
01/09/2018


*linebreeding on Gillispie's Black Bear *B (son of Old Mountain Farm Sirocco EEEE91)


1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Mizi
Old Mountain Farm Mizi Quinn
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
01/11/2018



1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
 
Flower
Better Wayz Szachet's Flower
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
01/12/2018



1 doe may be retained

Does - $550
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN
BabyBlackIce
Sunrising Baby Black Ice
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
01/13/2018




Does - $250
Bucks - $150
*these will be mini-Alpines

Reservations:
OPEN
Chickadee
Better Wayz Chickadee
Legacy
Better Wayz Sirocco's Legacy
01/16/2018

*linebreeding on SG Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay


1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
BabyBling
Better Wayz Baby Bling
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
01/30/2018

*linebreeding on Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay (son of SG NC Promised Land MG Diva 1*M VEEE91)

*blue eyes possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
Cannoli
Better Wayz Holy Cannoli
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
01/31/2018




1 doe will be retained.

Does - $650
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN

JL - doeling
Poppi
Better Wayz Poppi Seed
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/04/2018

*Polled Possible


1 doe will be retained

Does - $650
Bucks - $350

Reservations:
OPEN

2nd choice doeling- MB
Etienne
Sunrising RZ Etienne
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
02/05/2018




Does - $250
Bucks - $150
*these will be mini-Alpines

*Reservations:
OPEN
Sparkle
Better Wayz Jewels Sparkle
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/07/2018

*Blue eyes & Polled Possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
Martini
Better Wayz Oliv Martini
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/08/2018

*Polled Possible

1-2 does will be retained.

Does - $650
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN
RoseTyler
Better Wayz Rose Tyler
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/08/2018

*Polled Possible

1 doe will be retained.

Does - $600
Reservations:
OPEN
Destiny
Better Wayz Sirocco's Destiny
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/08/2018

*Polled Possible

1-2 does may be retained.

Does - $600
Reservations:
OPEN

JL - doeling
Candy
Better Wayz Carmel Candy
Vanilla Ice
Phoenix Farm Vanilla Ice
02/08/2018


*Blue Eyes & Polled Possible



1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN
Shimmer
Better Wayz Jewels Shimmer
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
02/09/2018


1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
Lily
Better Wayz Lily Flower
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/10/2018

*Polled Possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
OlivePetite
Better Wayz Olive Petite
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/11/2018

*Polled Possible

1-2 does may be retained, possibly 1 buck

Does - $650
Bucks - $375
Reservations:
OPEN
Celeste
Better Wayz Celestial Star
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/11/2018

*Polled Possible

1-2 does may be retained.

Does - $600
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN
Ispy
CuAtLilRedBarn I Spy
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/11/2018

*Polled Possible


1 doe may be retained.

Does - $650
Bucks - $375
Reservations:
OPEN
OliveR
Better Wayz Olive R' Again
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/11/2018

*Polled Possible


1-2 does may be retained.

Does - $600
Reservations:
OPEN
BlackRose
Better Wayz Black Rose
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/12/2018

*Polled Possible


1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
Thyme
Old Mountain Farm Thyme
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/13/2018


*Polled Possible

2 does may be retained.

Does - $800
Bucks - $450
Reservations:
OPEN
Rosemary
Sweet Garden Rosemary
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
02/14/2018



1 doe may be retained

Does - $525
Reservations:
OPEN
RiverSong
Better Wayz River Song
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/14/2018


*Polled Possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
Joy
Better Wayz Art Of Joy
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big TIme
02/19/2018

*Polled & Blue eyes possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $550
 
Reservations:
OPEN
 
Carabear
Better Wayz Carabear
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/19/2018

*Polled Possible

1- 2 does (possibly 1 buck) may be retained.

Does - $700
Bucks - $450
 
Reservations:
OPEN
 

buckling-JM
doeling - MB
Cayenne
Better Wayz Cayenne Pepper
BT
Keeyma Ridge Big Time
02/20/2018

*Polled Possible


1 doe may be retained

Does - $575
Reservations:
OPEN
SwissMiss
Better Wayz Swiss Miss Carabear
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/21/2018

*Polled Possible


1 doe may be retained.

Does - $650
Bucks - $350
Reservations:
OPEN

buckling - BM
doeling - EG
Petunia
Better Wayz Petunia Flower
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
02/24/2018

*Polled Possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Marley
Aspen Hill's Marley
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
03/02/2018



*1 doe may be retained.

Does - $250
Bucks - $150
*these will be mini-Saanens

*Reservations:
OPEN
Buttercup
Sunrising Buttercup
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/03/2018

*Polled Possible


Does - $250
Bucks - $150
*these will be mini-Alpines

*Reservations:
OPEN
Hopscotch
Better Wayz Hopscotch
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/03/2018

*Polled Possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Tiramisu
Blackstrap Tiramisu
BigTime
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/03/2018

*Polled Possible

1 buck and 1 or 2 does may be retained.

Does - $700
Bucks - $450


Reservations:
OPEN

DK-buckling
Black Ice
Sunrising Charmer Black Ice
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
03/04/2018




Does - $250
Bucks - $150
*these will be mini-Alpines

*Reservations:
OPEN
Amethyst
Old Mountain Farm Amethyst
Bear
Gillispies Black Bear
03/05/2018

*line breeding on Old Mountain Farm Stag

1-2 does will be retained.

Does - $750
Bucks - $400
Reservations:
OPEN

DK-buckling
Mizi Elliot
Better Wayz Mizi Elliot
Legacy
Better Wayz Sirocco's Legacy
03/06/2018

*line breeding on Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91

1 doe will be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
Jaybelle
Better Wayz Jaybelle
Bear
Gillispie's Black Bear
03/06/2018


1 doe will be retained.

Does - $550
Reservations:
OPEN
Penny
Better Wayz Penny Butterscotch
Bear
Gillispie's Black Bear
03/07/2018



Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Katja
Better Wayz Katja
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/08/2018

*Polled Possible

one doe may be retained

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Hideaway
Spinning Spider Hideaway
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
03/11/2018


Does - $250
Bucks - $150
*These will be mini Alpines

Reservations:
OPEN
Lollipop
Better Wayz Lollipop
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/21/2018

*Polled Possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Shasta
Better Wayz Shasta Daisy
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/26/2018

*Polled Possible
1 doe may be retained

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Gretal
Better Wayz Gretal
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/26/2018

*Polled Possible
1 doe may be retained

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Harmony
Better Wayz Harmony Carabear
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/26/2018

*Polled Possible
1 doe may be retained

Does - $575
Reservations:
OPEN

backup choice doe kid - DK&KK
Funshine
Better Wayz Funshine Carabear
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/27/2018

*Polled Possible
1 doe may be retained

Does - $575
Reservations:
OPEN

Doeling - DK&KK
EllieMae
Better Wayz Ellie Mae Pride
Legacy
Better Wayz Sirocco's Legacy
03/27/2018

*line breeding on Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $525
Reservations:
OPEN
SwissLatte
Better Wayz Swiss Latte
Legacy
Better Wayz Sirocco's Legacy
03/27/2018

*line breeding on Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $525
Reservations:
OPEN

doeling - DK&KK
Sugarplum
Better Wayz Marcia's Sugarplum
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/27/2018

*Polled Possible
1 doe may be retained

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Lotus
Better Wayz Lotus Flower
Legacy
Better Wayz Sirocco's Legacy
03/28/2018

*line breeding on Old Mountain Farm Sirocco 4*M EEEE91

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $525
Reservations:
OPEN
Marzipan
Better Wayz Marzipan
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
03/29/2018



1-2 does may be retained.

Does - $575
Reservations:
OPEN

backup choice doe kid - DK&KK
BabyCham
Better Wayz EJ Babycham
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
04/03/2018

*Polled Possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Melody
Better Wayz River Melody
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
04/18/2018

*Polled Possible

1 doe may be retained.

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
Magpie
Old Mountain Farm Magpie
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
04/20/2018


*linebreeding on Old Mountain Farm Romeo (sire of both Magpie & EJ)

1 doe may be retained. 

Does - $600
Reservations:
OPEN

Doeling - MA
Phoebe
IG Sus Dill Phoebe
EJ
Old Mountain Farm Elton Jay
04/22/2018

Does - $250
Bucks - $150
*These will be mini-Alpine kids.

Reservations:
OPEN
Chardonnay
Better Wayz Chardonnay
BT
Kyeema Ridge Big Time
04/23/2018


*Polled Posible

1 doe may be retained. 

Does - $500
Reservations:
OPEN
MORE TO COME!!!! WILL BE ADDING AS I GET GIRLS BRED!!!! Almost Done though!!! Just a few more!!!!  CHECK BACK SOON!!!! :D 

Blanket Reservations:
Reservations on specific breedings take priority over "blanket reservations". Blanket reservations are filled in the order received (below). I'm happy to take what ever type of reservation you'd like to place. Examples of "blanket reservations" are: "black and white (or what ever your favorite color is) doe kid with companion boy", "two doe kids born in February", "two baby girls priced $550 or less", "doe kid with blue eyes", ...etc. We DO have a LOT of kids born here, so I am normally able to fulfill all blanket reservation requests!

2018 Kidding Season Blanket Reservations:
blue eyed, polled buckling - CS
2 Mid March doelings - EC
doe kid & buck kid TBD - BC

 




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