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Amanda Weber & Michael Spagnolo
Can I tour your farm or come play with your goats?
If you are purchasing a goat from us, we are happy to make arrangements for a scheduled visit.
Our farm is not open to the public and while we appreciate the enthusiasm and interest folks (particularly kids!) have in goats, due to biosecurity and safety (for both our animals and our guests) we do not do on-farm visits.
You’re always welcome to pull up alongside the road by our pasture to watch our goats play outdoors. Please use caution, as this is a very busy road with a passing zone. We have guard dogs on premises so we ask that you DO NOT approach the house, barn, or fence line, and please stay at the edge of the road.
We do occasionally attend shows and events locally so if you want to meet some of our herd, the best way to do so is to get on our email list and follow our social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram) and meet up with us when we are out and about!
Do you have goats for sale?
We typically finalize and announce our breeding plans (via our website and email list) by mid-October and try to time our kiddings to take place in late-March and April. Those on the waiting list always get first choice of available kids, and if there are kids or older goats available for sale, we notify our email list and add them to our for sale page.
Do you sell goat milk?
No, we do not sell our goat milk at this time. We use it strictly for our own family.
Do you lease your bucks or offer driveway breedings?
No. At this time, we are not leasing our bucks or making them available to outside farms for breeding.
Can you help with a goat-related question?
We are always happy to help others and share our knowledge, but we are not experts or veterinarians. We’ve been raising goats for about 6 years and are still constantly learning ourselves!
We’ve created a resource page linking to some of our favorite books, websites, and online forums where we have found most helpful