Frequently Asked Questions / Sales Policy
How do I reserve a specific goat?
We require a deposit to hold any goat. The deposit is $200 to hold ($75 for wethers) and can be paid via Zelle, PayPal or Venmo.
An email address is required in order to receive the sales contract.
You will be able to electronically sign and pay through the link emailed to you. PLEASE READ THE CONTRACT! It is super important that we are on the same page for this transaction to go smoothly.
A GOAT IS NOT RESERVED UNTIL THE DEPOSIT IS PAID.
In the event of buyer cancellation between time of birth and pickup, the deposit can be applied to another kid, either from that year or a future freshening.
I do reserve the right to cancel the transaction if I do not feel it is in the best interest of the goat. If this occurs, I will refund your deposit in whole.
The Sales Contract will address any other questions you may have concerning this transaction.
What is your goat health guarantee?
We sell animals that are healthy and sound at the time of transfer. Our herd is tested annually for CAE, Johnes, and CL.
All kids are disbudded, treated for coccidia, vaccinated, tatooed and registered with the ADGA (with exception to wethers). We do not worm with conventional wormers unless needed. Our goats are treated with herbal wormer (from Land of Havilah) and we include natural wormers in their feed (pumpkin seeds, access to Cedar trees, etc). They will also be treated with probiotics prior to leaving the farm to help with the stress of moving.
A purchaser has the right to a full veterinary examination at his/her expense on any animals to be purchased. We will not claim any responsibility for the health of an animal purchased from us beyond 24 hours from the time it leaves the farm unless we are presented with a vet’s official statement that the animal in question had a condition prior to transfer. The risk of loss transfers once the animal leaves our farm.
What do your goats cost?
All animals must be paid in full before leaving our farm.
Pricing of kids is determined by lineage, conformation, show wins, and potential. Visual assessment of a kid once it is born may result in a price alteration.
Pricing on adult goats is based on individual performance and lineage.
We reserve the right to modify sale pricing as we deem appropriate.
When do you have kids available?
We try to breed twice a year, making kids available in around March and October. Once they are available, I will post them on Facebook and here on this site in the Sale Barn.
Can we visit your farm?
We love visitors!
However, this is our home and we require an appointment to visit. We also require you wear protective shoe coverings (we will provide) if you have your own farm or are around ANY livestock on a regular basis.
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