DOES & DOELINGS
WETHERS & BUCKS FOR SALE
Bottle baby wethers born 3/16, $150 for the pair, must go together on the bottle. Ready now, well started, healthy & cute! Will make great pets.
BUCKS ON ICE
We do not offer stud service. We do have straws for sale from many of our bucks. Most of our bucks were collected by Karen Lewis – Frozen Assets (Magic, Debonair, Dapper), Karen is well known for putting up excellent quality semen.
We ask for a $100 non-refundable deposit to reserve your kid/goat, with full payment at pickup. Deposits can be paid cash, Venmo, PayPal or check. If you pay via PayPal, send money via “friends and family” or please include transaction fees. We reserve the right to retain any animal for our herd. Available goats can be held with a deposit while pickup or shipping arrangements are made, the sale price does not include any fees related to shipping and health certificates if needed, those fees are the responsibility of the buyer.
Once a deposit has been paid, sale goats should be picked within 2 weeks, unless they need to stay longer, such as dam raised kids that aren’t ready to weaned yet, or if and agreement been made prior. If you’re not able to pickup by an agreed upon date, there is a boarding fee of $3.00 per day, if a goat needs to stay extra weeks/months waiting for pickup.
We’re located near Littlerock and the drive is 15-20 minutes from Tumwater, Rochester and Olympia. It is an hour south of Seattle and under 2 hours driving from Portland, Oregon. We’re located about 6 miles from I5 for local purchases but can sometimes meet partway to help with the drive or ship goats using transport to those farther away.
Our herd has always tested CAE, CL & Johne’s negative. We use WASHINGTON ANIMAL DISEASE DIAGNOSTIC LAB (WADDL) for our herd biosecurity screen. Our latest test was February 22, 2022. VIEW RESULTS.
We will not sell a single goat unless it’s going to a home with other goats, they are herd animals and will be very unhappy without a goat buddy.
We try to provide our goats with the best possible feed and care while they’re in our possession and will only let a goat leave if we believe it to be in good health. Once the goat has left our farm we can’t provide further health guarantees, as we no longer have control over their care, it is then your responsibility to maintain their good health. We are happy to be a resource for questions whenever possible but also recommend you find a knowledgeable goat vet in case of emergencies.
In 2023 we are adding a performance discount, we’d love to see our goats in herds that can prove their genetics, so if you are a current participant in ADGA performance programs such as LA, milk test, and show. We will also have a discount for current 4-H members.
Contact Us for or for more information about your next milk, show, 4-H or pet goat.