We raise registered British Guernsey goats. Like Guernsey cows, Guernsey goats came from the Isle of Guernsey and are golden brown. Guernsey goats produce milk with a nice fresh, mild flavor. Their milk is high in both protein and butterfat. Guernsey goats are a bit smaller than most dairy breeds, but they are very efficient milk producers. They have gentle, friendly personalities, making them easy to work with. Guernsey goats are rare and in need of conservation.
THEIR JOB ON OUR ECOFARM
The goats graze the pastures and relish eating noxious plants such as poison ivy and brambles. We use their mowing services to trim, maintain, and improve our pastures. Their manure provides much-needed fertilizer for the entire farm.
We may have 2018 baby goats for sale. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be contacted when goats become available for sale.
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OUR BREEDING BUCKS
Stumphollo Camelot (BG000406P)
Our Breeding Does
Sunny Knoll Alice, HB2, is a twin born in 2014 (HB078403H) out of Stumphollo Zinfindel (HB075550P) by Bluecollar Meadowking (BG000321D). Kidding record: 1, 2, 2. She's a good producer, making enough milk to feed twins and be milked.
Sunny Knoll Acadia, HB2, is a twin born in 2014 (HB078034P) out of Stumphollo Zinfindel (HB075550P) by Bluecollar Meadowking (BG000321D). Kidding record: 1, 2, 2. Acadia is an excellent producer with good lactation persistence, continuing to produce milk into the winter when the rest of my does are drying themselves up.
SunnyKnoll Denali, a twin born in 2015, is polled. She's out of SunnyKnoll Acadia (HB078034P) by Stumphollo Camelot (BG000406P). She has been milking very well as a yearling.
Stumphollo Zinfindel (HB075550P) is a polled doe who is a dedicated mother with a calm personality.. Kidding record: 2,2,3,2.