Latest Farm News

May 22, 2017 - Show season has begun! Our schedule is below. We can typically transport sale goats to any of the shows. Or if you're in the area, we'd love to have you stop in and say hi!   


•May 27-28 - Banks of the Wabash Classic, Vermillion County Fairgrounds in Cayuga IN
•June 17-18 - Michigan's Udder Side Dairy Goat Show, Barry Expo Center in Hastings MI
•June 24-25 - Noble County 4-H Dairy Goat Club Show, Noble County Fairgrounds in Kendallville IN
•August 4-5 - Great Lakes Dairy Goat Jamboree, Barry Expo Center in Hastings MI

February 18, 2017 - Kids N Kritters Farm is moving! Visit our Contact page or drop us a line for more information.  

January 30, 2017 - I have created individual pages for each of our goats. To go to their page, simply click on that goat's picture. Words in red also indicate a link. 

January 12, 2017 - The majority of the website has been updated! As always, I have additional plans, but all basic information should be here. 

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Latest Test Results

Our ENTIRE herd tested negative (that's good!) for CAE and Johne's in 2017.

Copies of all test results are available upon request. 


Our Nubian herd is G6S Normal

Welcome to Kids N Kritters Farm!

Quality Livestock and Products Raised Holistically

Thanks for stopping by, we're so glad you're here! We hope you enjoy looking through our pages, meeting us and viewing our various types of livestock..


We're a large family (10 people) living on a small family farm in Allendale, MI. Our adventure started back when we were young (there were just 4 children then), and we all had major asthma problems. Long story short, we discovered that it was triggered by food allergies. We realized that my brother was so allergic to corn, he couldn't even eat animal products from livestock that had been fed corn. We spent several years trying to figure out what on earth we could eat!


Over time, we realized that we really needed animal products in our diet. Our "gateway livestock" were two Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats that we acquired in 2010. We had our first raw milk from our corn, soy, and chemical-free does the next summer, and the health benefits were amazing! 


Since then, we've added other breeds of dairy goats, pigs, rabbits, alpacas and chickens for the milk (including homemade goat's milk lotions), meat, eggs, and fiber. We also enjoy the company of horses, dogs (both companion dogs and Livestock Guardian Dogs), and cats.


Raising animals holistically has been a challenge, but very rewarding. Our passion is to be able to share not only our livestock and products, but also our knowledge. I plan to add informative sections to this website over time. If you have questions before then, please feel free to e-mail me at [email protected].