** We will freely give any information and knowledge that we have to a new owner to help you in raising and caring for your goat. We don't mind a phone call or Text (336-225-1291) or email (email@example.com) with your questions and we will make every effort to respond in a timely manner.
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** All sales are final!**
We might possibly buy a goat back from you after it is an adult if the goat fits our herd needs.
**NO DEPOSITS BEFORE KIDS ARE BORN.**
Kids can be reserved AFTER birth for a NON-REFUNDABLE $100 deposit, or paid in full. Cash, check, money order, or PayPal is accepted for deposits only. ANY FINAL PAYMENT MUST BE IN CASH before the kid leaves our farm. If you live a good distance from us, you can send the deposit by mail. Just contact us and we can make the arrangements.
99% of the kids that we sell go to the people who are on the waiting list. If you are serious about buying a kid from us, get on this list. If you only THINK you MIGHT want a kid, please don't tie up space on this list. There are normally several people on our waiting list at any given time throughout the year. Most people who are on our waiting list are waiting 3 months or more to get a kid/s from us. We try to fill the kid requests in order that we receive them.
If you want to be added to this list, we will need to know 5 things from you.
Text or E-mail us with this information. (firstname.lastname@example.org) (336-225-1291).
1)Your phone number.
2)Your e-mail address.
3)Do you want males and/or females AND how many?
4)Do you specifically want kids raised on their mom,
Or do you specifically want kids that YOU will bottle feed,(See the bottle baby limitations below).
5)Do you want any characteristic specifics? (Specifics might take longer to get).
**Neutered males have a higher tendency to develop kidney stones IF they are neutered too young, and/or IF they don't have the proper diet.
*Neutering changes the male goats hormonal balance and growth/development rate. The goat urinary tract is unique in the animal world and needs several months to grow before neutering to minimize the blockage of stones. 3 months of growth is minimum, longer is better, but different neutering procedures have to be used due to testicle size.
*Male goats, especially neuters, need a diet that has a proper (2/1) calcium to phosphorus ratio. The best diet consists of minimal grain/pellets and maximum roughage (hay, weeds, grass). The roughage is needed to keep saliva levels up, which causes phosphorus to be defecated rather than urinated. The green roughage will provide vitamin A, which is necessary also.
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Purina Grower Goat Pellets or DuMOR Goat Pellets are good feeds for most goats because they contains a small amount of coccidiostat, and Ammonium Chloride.
*All goats need loose minerals to partake of at will. In our opinion, Purina Goat Minerals (granular) is the superior type to give to all goats. Sweetlix goat minerals is also a good brand.
*All goats need good hay available 24/7. Fescue, Orchard Grass, Timothy, or Bermuda are good grass hays to feed. The main thing is to be positive that the hay has not gotten wet and molded. Molded hay will cause Listeria in goats, which is fatal.
*Rain water is best for goats. Well water tends to be hard (high in minerals). It can be a benefit to add Ammonium Chloride to their water to reduce kidney stone formation.