Thank you for your interest. After you look through the pedigree, breeding charts, and/or photos of the goat(s) you are interested in, there is an email address provided in the CONTACT US section. We will direct you a PayPal link to use after consultation with us to put down a retainer.
We use Paypal because we find the service easy to use. They have credit cards which you can link on there. There is a small fee when using PayPal.
Friends and Family option has no fees. Goods and services, there is a 3% incurred charge on buyers end.
If you want to buy a goat, a NONREFUNDABLE deposit of 50% is required to hold the goat for a maximum of 10 days of transaction date. There are a few exceptions to this (like bundling and tentative/unborn reservations). For more details, refer to the TERMS & CONDITIONS page. This page is provided to go more into detail of some common questions.
We do not offer stud or breeding leases.
We do not allow outside services of goats such as leasing in or leasing out for any reason.
We also do not lend goats out for the public to borrow for any activities such as parties, brush clearing etc.
We do not sell edible milk products for human consumption.
We sell soaps seasonally.
If we have goats for sale, they can be sold for meat. Price reflecting on quality of the animal.
Our philosophy of feeding goats is to feed your goats the most natural feed but to enhance the bio-diversity of the gut. A lot of research has gone into our regimen and factors include both environment and the intense Southeast Texas weather. We take feed recommendations based on the science and research based off of A&M College of Agriculture and Human Sciences department.
The goats are fed a mix of: Noble Goat Feed by Purina OR BLUESTAR feeds from our local coop.
Roasted soybean, whole oats, BOSS, dried/unsweetened beet pulp shreds, alfalfa pellets, and minimal amounts corn are also in our mix.
Supplements include: ammonium chloride, goat specific minerals, and copper boluses 1-2 times a year as needed. Bahia hay, alfalfa hay, and coastal/Jiggs-burmuda pasture made available.
We deworm based on FAMACHA checks and fecal samples. We do not deworm any of our goats on a routine, however bottle kids are on coccidiosis preventative.
No one is allowed to visit the farm freely unless we are holding public viewing days that are posted. The only ones allowed to come visit are those with appointments such as serious buyers and/or those who are picking up their purchased goats.
We expect to be able to hold school field trips, functions, and tours on our new property right off FM359 in Hempstead.