Our herd was founded in the Deep South and so it had to survive intolerable heat and prolific parasites. When we moved the pregnant girls north they were already in summer coats and rode out multiple below freezing weeks of snow. We were blessed with an incredible kidding season that spring and faced with a whole new set of trials; like drought! We have enjoyed the trials and lessons Wyoming has offered us and our herds have become stronger for them.
We do not practice any kind of parasite or cocci treatment nor prevention, we do not vaccinate for anything ever and we do not use any form of antibiotics. The animals in our herd are the ancestors of champion show stock and star milkers who survived the test of time, produced well and maintained health on quality roughage, a plethora of mineral supplements available to them 24/7 and clean water. We focus on temperaments, demanding our goats are naturally mannerly on the stand, in-hand and in the herd. We ensure our does all have good maternal instincts, need no intervention when kidding and we favor does that will adopt others kids. With decades of goat experience, working multiple grade A dairy’s I can attest it is a rare occurrence to find any dairy animals regardless of species raised under such harsh scrutiny and adversity, but we’re beyond proud to present our buyers with a hardier, friendlier, milkier animal.