Thank you for considering adding a Kids N Kritters goat to your herd! Please be sure to read the Sales Policy and Health Guarantee on the bottom of this page before inquiring about any goats.
To inquire about a goat for sale, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
Because we are adding in standard-sized dairy goats, we have to downsize our Nigerian Dwarf herd. These are quality genetics we have been working with for the past several years, but we simply cannot keep everyone.
*Note: we give a 10% discount to show homes or holistic farms. We also offer a multiple-purchase discount, if you're interested in multiple goats please inquire for package deals.
Sr. Does For Sale
None available at this time
Jr. Does For Sale
None available at this time
Bucks For Sale
Zircon as a yearling
Zircon is a handsome young buck, sharp, angular, and carrying tons of general appearance. I have too many closely-related bucks so I just don't have work for him here and I don't want him to go to waste! His dam was an excellent milker, both in quantity of milk (she lost half of her udder to mastitis, but will still producing 3-4 lbs a day out of the other half) and longevity of production.
Zircon's maternal half sisters are Meg's Mini Tigger Lily 02-01 VE+V 88 and Meg's Mini Black Orchid 02-01 VVEE 89. This year, on their 4th freshenings at about 4 weeks fresh, Tigger is producing just over 4 lbs a day, and Orchid is producing 3.5+ lbs a day.
Linear Appraisal at 2 years: VEV 87
Sire's Sire: Kaapio Acres Montego Bay
Sire: Kaapio Acres MB Rising Pheonix
Sire's Dam: Kaapio Acres SG Belle Starr
Dam's Sire: Kaapio Acres Hot Estate Bucky
Dam: Rhythmic Acres Lil Kali
Dam's Dam: Irish Whisper Moon Over Miami
We recommend (though we do not require) that you purchase goats as pairs. You must own at least one other goat to purchase a single one from our farm
We will not sell a doe in milk to a first-time goat owner unless the doe has a wether or doe kid sold with her.
No goat kids will leave the farm before 12 weeks old. No exceptions!!
Registration papers or application for the American Dairy Goat Association will accompany all breeding stock. It is the responsibility of the buyer to submit the application and/or have the papers transferred to their name.
We require a $100 deposit per goat to hold the goat(s) of your choice. Once you make your choice of goat(s), deposits can be made via PayPal, personal check, or cash. Deposits must be received by us within one week, or the goat will be made available again.
Deposits are refundable only if we refuse the sale, which may be for any reason.
Goat(s) must be paid for in full before it/they leave the farm. Any payments made at pickup must be paid in cash.
We retain the right to refuse a sale for any reason, with or without any explanation to the buyer.
There will be no cash refunds. If a goat sold as breeding stock proves to be genetically unable to be bred, the buyer must provide us with a signed vet report stating the reason for being sterile. At that point, the buyer will receive either a replacement goat of equal value or the original purchase price will be credited to the buyer for future purchase(s), which will be determined by us.
We can arrange to transport goats to any shows we attend (contact us for an up-to-date list). Occasionally we can arrange to meet partway for long-distance buyers, though we prefer that you pick up your goats directly from the farm
Goats can be difficult animals to raise and care for. While we offer support to all our buyers, and welcome questions, we recommend that you thoroughly research goat care before purchasing your goats. Several helpful resources include:
We raise our goats holistically, completely without chemicals, vaccinations, medications, or conventional feeds. It is extremely difficult on the goats to switch from being naturally-raised to being cared for conventionally (or vice versa). If you are a first-time goat owner and plan to raise your goats conventionally, please purchase your goats elsewhere!
We guarantee to inform buyer of any known health issues or concerns in the goat(s) at or before the time of purchase. It is the responsibility of the buyer to examine the goat(s) before purchase. Once the goat(s) leave our farm, we make no further guarantees concerning their health.
We guarantee our goats to be negative of CAE (Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis) and Johne’s disease at the time of purchase. We would be happy to test for any other diseases at the buyer’s expense.
By purchasing a goat from Kids N Kritters Farm, you state that you have read and agree to be bound by the Health Guarantee and Sales Policy as posted on www.kidsnkritters.com.