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It's mid-April and the bulk of our 2020 kidding season has come to a close! We had four Nigerian Dwarf does kid over the last two and a half weeks, and we have six adorable babies from them! We plan to retain one doe that will become my younger son's project animal....
The first kids born in 2020 officially arrived on the farm on April 2nd, one day past their due date. Their dam is our son's first 4-H project goat, Maplewood Hilltop Reese. Their sire is Top Hat Farm M Bumble Quinn. Reese continued her consistent streak of producing...
If you follow us on social media (and if you're not - why aren't you?!) you know that we have struggled again this year to get our LaManchas bred. Our little Nigerian Buck, Bumble, did his best but simply wasn't tall enough to get the job done. We haven't been quite...
Hello from Sundaze Farm!
– est. 2015 –
Our farm began (like many do) with a few backyard chickens. In just a few short years we moved from the suburbs to our little red farmstead to raise our kids in the country and pursue our homesteading dreams.
Our breeding program focuses on solid conformation and milk production. Our goats are ADGA and/or MDGA registered (unless otherwise noted).
As of 2020, we are an ADGA Plus herd and will be participating in linear appraisal and 305-day DHIA milk testing. We are also a proud 4-H family!