Email from a stranger… On Friday, May 17, 2024, we received an email from Jolene Davis. We had never met, or had any correspondence with her before her email. In early 2023, we sold two, weanling doelings for $900 to a gentleman North of Fort Worth, TX. The gentlemen andContinue Reading

Reading Fecals We’d like to thank Cathy Collier Banks with the Goat Emergency Team on Facebook for the following information. We would typically share the link, but Meta is changing their file share policy, so we are sharing the data for reference in case it is destroyed by the platform.  Fecal TimeContinue Reading

Parasites We have issues with parasites, just like the next farmer does. The thing we’ve found that is the most beneficial, is not overloading our pastures and rotational grazing. We move our does to different pastures every couple of weeks to a month during the spring, summer and fall.  WormsContinue Reading

Feeding ProgramWhat we Feed We’ve had numerous customers ask what we feed, so they can purchase similar and transition their goat slowly to a feeding program that works for them. After raising grand champion horses, we learned early on not to purchase by name brand. We are ingredient readers. Surprisingly,Continue Reading

Going Home Taking your Nubian home is an exciting time, but can also be frustrating for some. Why frustrating, you may ask? Your new goat isn’t going to understand your excitement for them and not only are you unfamiliar, but your place will be as well. It can be aContinue Reading

Vaccine Protocol We are commonly asked what vaccines that we use for our herd and when they are given. Below is our vaccine protocol. CD&T, CDT or CD/T Enterotoxemia, or overeating disease, is a major cause of death of kids and lambs from shortly after birth through the entire feedingContinue Reading