The boys we can't part with

Moose

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This boy and his brother are what started our goat craze! We knew we wanted goats, but it started as just 2. It quickly became 10, then 15, then 20, and now 31! Moose is our resident attention hog and he can't get enough brushing. He was bottle raised and it shows in his absolute lack of personal space.

Mouse

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Mouse is one of our sweetest and most dog-like goats on property. He loves to lay in laps and snack on animal crackers. Like Moose, he was bottle raised as well and lack 100% of a personal space bubble. These boys are 2 of the oldest members of our herd and will be 3 in December. 

Our long-term ladies

Millie

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Millie was one of the first female additions to our herd. She was rejected by her mother and when she was found, needed critical care. She was bottle raised and was one of our best yoga goats until she outgrew it! She also holds the title of best mother as she will raise any newborn we ask her to, even if they aren't hers! 

Totes

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Totes is the other first female addition to the herd. We keep her around for her stinky breath and comedic relief. Like Millie, she holds 2 titles. Worst yoga goat (she won't jump) and worst mother! She rejected her kids at birth and we ended up giving them to Millie to raise. Despite her flaws, we are quite attached to her.

Lily

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Lily is our biggest success story when it comes to goat rehabilitation. She was very young, sick, and scared when we first got her. Since then, she has made a complete 180 and is healthy and friendly. She may not always be the easiest to catch, but she is no longer terrified of being handle for basic care.

Clover

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Clover is our very stereotypical 'I eat anything and everything' goat. She isn't shy when it comes to eating any sort of food. She's also incredibly brave and tends to protect the whole herd from outside dogs. Clover is also one of our better milking goats! 

Riley

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Riley is our resident auntie, she's always there for any of the babies that need a little extra cuddle time, no matter who they belong to. She's a bit shy, but has come a long way since she first got here.

Whisper

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Whisper is our loudest goat. She came with the name and we didn't realize how backwards that was! Despite that, she's our helicopter mom and never lets her kids get out of sight. We also call her Wolowitz because she sounds just like Howard's mom on The Big Bang Theory.

Gizmo

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Giz is our most affectionate doeling born this year, she is always hungry for attention. Her striking blue eyes and creamy tan color make her one of our most flashy goats!

Jasmine

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Jasmine is our most opinionated doeling, she wants attention, but only on her terms. If she isn't in the mood, there will be no catching her, she turns around and tells you to 'talk to the tail'!

Bonny

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Bonny is a little bit different than the rest of our herd. She is a Pygmy and Nigerian Dwarf cross. As a result, she's a bit shorter and much wider than everyone else. She is our matriarch, however, and keeps all the other goats in line!

Munchie

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Munchie is also an oddball in our herd, she's a LaMancha goat. They're pretty unique in that they do not have the ears that most other breeds have. Additionally, she is also our only full sized breed of goat!

Fidget

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Fidget is one of our youngest goats currently and is just adorable! She is super lovable and loves to be held and cuddled. Her twin sister is quite adventurous, but she would rather go right to sleep in your arms! 

Midget

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Midget is Fidget's twin and was the runt at birth. What she lacks in size she more than makes up for in personality! Midget has a fearless, bold personality and we can always find her tackling the biggest climbing obstacles.

Sponsor a Goat

For just $15 per month you could have your very own virtual goat! We would send you pictures and videos of the goat you fall in love with, and if you're local you could always come get some cuddle time in! Any of the goats on this page are available for sponsorship and your monthly donation would help save the lives of the horses that come through our facility. All donations are tax deductible as well!

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