~ All pregnancies have been confirmed via ultrasound ~
Taffy x Gideon … Due Feb 21st
UPDATE: Taff had 1D & 1B on 2/21/21. Doe is retained buck is sold.
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~Polled, Blue eyes, Moonspots possible~
Daisy x Jaegar … Due March 5th
UPDATE: Daisy had triplet bucks on 3/6/21. These boys will be available as intact BG bucks the first week of May. They have been registered with BGS but can be transferred to ADGA for registration as a Purebred Guernsey. We are participating in DHIR this year so Daisy will be on milk test. (They do know how to take a bottle if you would like to bring them home earlier, it was a necessity due to their dam being on milk test)
~ ORANGE COLLAR BUCKLING IS SOLD, BLUE COLLAR IS SOLD, GREEN COLLAR IS RETAINED ~
JJ x Jaegar … Due March 6th
UPDATE: JJ had 1D &1B on 3/8/21. The doe kid is retained & the buck kid will be available as an intact HB buckling the first week of May. He has been registered with BGS but can be transferred to ADGA for registration as a Purebred Guernsey. We are participating in DHIR this year so JJ will be on milk test. (He does know how to take a bottle if you would like to bring him home earlier, it was a necessity due to his dam being on milk test)
~ JJ’s BUCKLING IS SOLD ~
Queen X David … Due April 4th
UPDATE: Queenie had twins; 1D & 1B, both are retained
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2021 Kid Pricing:
(verbal reservations until kids are born, when a kid is decided upon, a $100, $50 for wethers, non-refundable deposit is required)
Nigerian doelings start at $325
Nigerian bucklings start at $225
Guernsey doelings start at $425
Guernsey bucklings start at $325
Wethers of both breeds $125
~ Discount on multiples; $50 off total price when purchasing 2 or more does/bucks. Also wethers are sold in pairs for $225. ~
~ We take Paypal (FRIENDS AND FAMILY ~ email@example.com or Please pay the fee) and Venmo (OnGoldenFarm) for deposits. Your remaining balance is due when you pick up your kid(s); with Cash, Paypal or Venmo. ~
* We reserve the right to retain any kid that is born on our farm *
~ All kids are dam raised (unless there is a need for bottle feeding) which means they cannot leave the farm until they are at least 8 weeks of age. Our kids get loads of attention, they are well socialized and very friendly!
~ Before leaving the farm kids will be disbudded, have a Coccidiostat (as a preventative), be tattooed (Nigerians only, leaving Guernseys so people can decide on registration through BGS or ADGA) and pet wethers will be banded. Our vet recommends giving CD&T at 12 weeks.
~ All registered kids will come with an ADGA (or BGS for the Guernseys) registration application or will/can be registered online (only until kid is paid in full and the registration fee is reimbursed). Pet wethers and pet doelings will not come with papers.
~ All kids will leave our farm in good health, we are not responsible for the health of the kids once leaving.
~ We are VERY strict on biosecurity, with that said we are not able to take back any animal once it has left the farm. We love to help out though and are available for questions anytime! Feel free to call or text (603)315-7612 (text preferred).
~ We are willing to transport kids via ground only with a reputable transporter. The buyer will be responsible for setting up the transport and take care of any fees involved; vet certificate etc. Keep in mind transport can be stressful on kids and they do best with a buddy to transition with. They will also need a quiet low stress environment to slowly settle in their new home.
~ Due to the current state of our world, we’ve implemented some new policies. We do very few farm visits here now. Instead we update you with lots of adorable photos and videos! This is our STRONG preference. However we do understand how exciting it must be to add a new goat to your family so if you must come to see your kid(s) then we ask that you do so by appointment ONLY. Also everyone must wear a mask, sanitize their hands prior to petting the animals and wear shoe coverings (I will provide) before entering the barn area. And please if you are ill do not come to the farm! This ensures the health and safety of our herd and our people. Thank you for understanding!
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