You can find a list of our available kids as they are born at the bottom of this page. You can also contact us to reserve a kid from a desired breeding by contacting us directly, HERE.
Current goats for sale are located at the bottom of this page.
We have two breeds of dairy goats on the farm; Sassy and even sassier! We're kidding. pun intended. We focus on breeding high quality dairy goats for milk production as well as for show.
The Nigerian dwarf is a smaller breed of goat that produces a ton of milk for its size and their milk is very high in butterfat. That makes it a perfect milk for soap making and many types of cheese. we find this breed to be very playful with just the right amount of attitude.
the 'Lagerian' goats are a mix of the Nigerian Dwarf and La Mancha goats. La Mancha goats are distinct for their lack of ears. they tend to have a more loving and mellow disposition. Often times, the cross of these breeds results in the most adorable 'elf' ears like Stitch and Stella have and they are a great mix of both personality types.
SG Pholia Farm RD Nutella 6*M (Nigerian Dwarf)
LA 2019: FS85 +EE+
Kidded March 17th, 2019: Two doelings which we are KEEPING!
Nutella is our best milker by far. She maintains her huge milk production throughout the year. She is also very protective of her herd. Looking forward to seeing how her daughter, little Miss Marzipan (below), does in her first year of milk.
Oats And Ivy HB Juniper (Lagerian)
Kidded April 9th, 2019; Three doelings, one buckling. All kids available.
Juniper is a strong milker. Her daughters should be amazing milk producers like their mamma. At 2 weeks fresh, Juniper is giving us one gallon of milk per day.
Bucks for Sale
The two boys below come from excellent blood lines. Their mother (Nibs) scored an 87 this year in Linear Appraisal. We are keeping one of her boys as a herd sire but since she gave us triplet boys, these two are available. You can find information about their sire, here. You can bet that we will be keeping a doeling next year, if she gives us one. She is a 7*M, and she is a dream to milk. Nice big teats, hanging plumb. Email me for more information, or to see her latest milk test.
Our kidding season is nearly finished. We have had 24 healthy babies to 9 moms so far and are still expecting babies from Marzipan. Here, you will find the kids that have not yet been spoken for. Feel free to ask about any of the kids below. We typically have all ranges of quality of goats from excellent pets, to star milkers and herd sires. Please note that not all of our kids will be deemed worthy by us to be herd sires. We will choose the best of the best, and wether the rest.
He has found a home!
Born February 12th, Magnus is a handsome and happy little fellow! He is super sweet and will make an excellent pet. He will be ready to leave Oats & Ivy Farm in the beginning of May but will need to be bottle fed for about one month longer. Contact us for more information.
Juan & Carlos
These two sweet boys found a home together this year with a wonderful family.
These two boys are the sweetest! They were born on March 28th. It is our preference that they find a new home together, but not a must.
Taxi was born to Juniper along with his 3 sisters on April 9th.
One of Juniper’s quadruplets. A beautiful and sweet doeling. Born April 9th. Juniper is an amazing milker and we expect all of her daughters to be amazing milking girls as well.
One of Juniper’s quadruplets. A beautiful and sweet doeling. Born April 9th. We expect little Ski to be an amazing milking doe when she grows up.