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Tejas Ranch

Submitted by Tejas Ranch on Mon, 03/26/2007 - 3:22pm. |

We have a small family owned Farm in East Texas and believe we have the Healthiest, Happiest Registered Painted Desert Sheep, American Blackbelly Sheep and Pygmy Goats in our area. No one has better animals than us. All ages and sexes. Member of the Painted Desert Sheep Society. Our farm is enrolled in the TX scrapie identification program. (903) 383-3030
http://tejasbarbadoranch.tripod.com

TejasBarbadoRanch@yahoo.com

My Own Private Idaho Farm

Submitted by peachie600 on Wed, 01/31/2007 - 8:21pm. | | |

Breed(s): Nigerian Dwarfs
EMail: peachie600@aol.com
Web site: http://www.myownprivateidahofarm.com/
Phone number: 815-943-3821

Selectively breeding quality Nigerian Dwarfs in northern Illinois. Our goal is to naturally raise healthy,beautiful and friendly "little goats" that can prove their worth in the milk pail.

Farm Tails Ranch --- Beth Goble & Ruthie Shirley

Submitted by Beth Goble on Thu, 01/25/2007 - 4:56pm.

Raising LaMancha and Boer Goats

Website: No website yet.
Email: goble_beth@yahoo.com
Phone: 360-247-5513
Phone: 360-885-1983

We raise and sell LaManchas and Boers, including percentages, full, and purebred, for show, milking, and meat. We are a small ranch and willing to sell singles.

Six Shooter Farm

Nigerian Dwarf goats

Breeding and raising top quality nigerian dwarf goats. We strive for excellent conformation, great milkers and wonderful personalities. We have many different colors and some with blue eyes, come take a look! Located in Valley Springs,Ca.

Email: sixshooterfarm@yahoo.com
Web: http://www.freewebs.com/sixshooterfarm
Phone: 209-772-7510

Delhotal Boer Farm

Submitted by goathappy on Mon, 01/01/2007 - 11:51am.

Name: David Delhotal
Website URL: www.freewebs.com/delhotalboerfarm
Email: delhotalfarms@gmail.com

We are a small farm located in Northern IL. We raise percentage, paint, and red boer goats. Our goats are superior weight gainers. We raise our goats naturally and treat them with homeopathic medicines. Our goal is to maintain a healthy herd.

Goatseeker Breeder and Farm Directory

Submitted by Mike on Mon, 01/01/2007 - 11:31am. |

You can browse a list of breeders and farms by clicking this link or you can view individual entries by clicking the links at the end of this post.

If you are a goat breeder who has a web site, please (1) review the requirements below, (2) create an account on goatseeker.com, then (3) contact us and let us know if you would like to be included in this directory.

No need to pay the "goat man".

List your farm web site or contact information free, and we'll give you a live link to your email address and website.

Sandy Lane Dairy Goats

Submitted by goathappy on Mon, 01/01/2007 - 10:55am.

Name: Sarah and Susan Delhotal
Website URL: www.freewebs.com/sandylanefarm
Email: goathappy@gmail.com

Info: We are a small farm located in Northern IL. We raise ADGA reg.
LaManchas, Expermintals, Saanens, Oberaslis, and Alpines. Our goats come from top lines. We will be participating in Linear Appraisal in '07. We raise our animals naturally and treat them with homeopathic medicines.

Our goal is to maintain a healthy herd.

Barn Goddess Fainters

Submitted by goatseeker on Thu, 10/26/2006 - 1:15pm.

Raising quality, registered fainting goats. I have several colors with some blue eyes.

Stephanie Dicke
402-564-7097
barngodd@barngoddessfainters.com
www.barngoddessfainters.com

Redneck Acres - Miniature Oberhaslis

Submitted by Guest on Thu, 10/12/2006 - 12:03am. |

I will have 2nd, 3rd, and possibly 4th generation miniature oberhaslis for sale after kidding season. They are all registerable and are all on pasteurized milk from birth. Sales List is available.

Check out my website at www.freewebs.com/redneckacres

End Of The Line Farms

Submitted by Staceyroop on Wed, 10/11/2006 - 9:40pm. |

Nigerian Dwarf and Pygmy Goats

I seek to breed and raise happy and healthy Nigerian Dwarf and Pygmy goats.

All kids will be vaccinated with CD/T, disbudded by iron and boys will be wethered before going to their new homes (unless requested as bucks).

My other passion is to take in neglected goats, nurse them back to health then put them up for adoption. Check my website for any goats available for adoption and their stories.

I have raised goats for going on 12 years and I enjoy it immensely!

Website: http://www.endofthelinefarm.com
EMail: mailto:stacey.roop@gmail.com

Curryosity Farm

Submitted by Teri on Wed, 10/11/2006 - 9:28am. | |

Curryosity Farm is breeding Registered Nubian Dairy Goats and commercial Boer goats.

We have been raising Nubian Dairy goats since 2000. Our herd began with one doe, Winterbourne Enchanted Cameron, and two wethers.

We purchased our first Nubian buck, Six M Galaxy Hermione's Sirus, on 1/23/04. His dam is a 10*M, two time National Top Ten Production Breed Leader, and a recipient of the ADGA Superior Genetics Award.

We now have five Registered Nubian Dairy Goats, Winterbourne Enchanted Cameron, 4 R Kids Cameron's Ashelin, 4 R Kids Nora's Leila, 4 R Kids Cameron's Darlene, and 4 R Kids Cameron's Adelaide. We attempted to breed Cameron to Sirus before he was sold on 9/17/06. If she settled, she is due to kid on 2/12/07.

Darlene and Adelaide will be bred to Moses, a Six M Galaxy buck, that is now owned by a friend of mine.

Our Boer herd consists of two purebred bucks, four purebred does, and one Boer/Nubian cross doe. We have added two Nubian does, Ashelin and Leila, to the Boer herd this year to produce Boer/Nubian cross kids.

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