Just to clarify a bit, although finding new homes for the goats is something that needs to happen as soon as possible, there is no hard deadline. I can and will work with your schedules to make the transitions as smooth as possible.

As I said before, my herd is CAE and CL-free, and no one carries the G6S gene. That's the good news. I'm going to be totally upfront about any issues the goats are having. We haven't been able to afford vet care, but have read and studied as much as possible in order to treat them ourselves.

All our goats have been getting weekly doses of the Fir Meadows herbal wormer. We use chemical wormers as needed, in cases when the herbal doesn't seem to be effective.

I do have a several goats with dry, flaking skin on their shoulders. While normally I would suspect mites or lice, they do not seem to be particularly itchy. My best guess right now is that it is a mineral deficiency, possibly zinc. I have a mineral supplement that hopefully will help with that. I suspect if they had better access to browse, it would also help. Right now, there is not much growing in the pasture.

We also have a couple of "special needs" goats, whom I will describe more fully in the individual descriptions. If you do not feel like you are able to take them on because of their health challenges, I will totally understand.

Just FYI— my plea for goat homes went out to the GA Dairy group, and I have had many responses from there also. I am beyond thrilled that the 3 of you feel like you can offer my goats a good home, but I know I am asking a lot from you. And I just want you to know, if any of my goats don't sound like a good fit for you, please don't take them and then be unhappy with your decision. I do have fall-back plans if needed.

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Jack (Applejack)- adult wether. Full brother to Moonshine. With his dramatic coloring, you can see him coming a mile away. He does't have a mean bone in his body, but he can get a little pushy toward the other goats. Email us

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Bo

Bo (Bohemian Rhapsody)- full brother to Tilly. Curious, friendly, and a bit of a clown. Intact male. Looks like a full-blooded Nigerian, despite his Nubian and Lamancha bloodlines. Has one horn that curls back toward his head, and needs to be trimmed periodically. Super shaggy, and a handsome little...

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Cori (Coriander) - Adult doe. Cute and colorful. She also has gorgeous, splashy babies when she is bred. She's small enough to handle easily, but large enough that it's not a struggle to milk her. But, the last time she was in milk, she started nursing off herself before we dried her off. Hopefully,...

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Adult wether. Full brother to Harp. Super sweet goat who's highest aim in life is to get attention from his humans. Guinness and Applejack are similar in size and personality. It would be great if they could go together, since they enjoy knocking heads when they are playing. Email us

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Adult doe. She'll act like she's a sourpuss, but she really has a heart of gold. She's the one who adopted and raised Moonshine's kids, when Moonshine abandoned them. All told, she was in milk for nearly 2 years. usually does pretty well when being milked. Does not like to have her udder touched if...

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Meg

Meg (Nutmeg) is our herd queen. She has a forceful personality, and will try to get away with a lot, but isn't mean about it. She recently had triplets. She is Nubian, and her kids were sired by a mini, so will be somewhat smaller than her when grown. One of the kids (the little brown doeling) is co...

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Moonshine- adult doe. She's the size of a full Nubian, but is 1/4 Nigerian. Sweet and placid, and (I hate to say this) not too bright. She gave birth to twins last May. It was a rough birth, and she abandoned the babies. I would recommend not breeding again. She has recently lost almost all the hair...

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Sassy (Sassafras) - Adult doe. Sassy is a mini LaMancha, but she got all her loads from the Nigerian side of her family. She's a bit of a curmudgeon, but very sweet when she wants a cookie :-)
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These are the two bucklings that Moonshine abandoned, that were raised by Harp. Born on 5/4/17. They are both total sweethearts. I'd love to see these two go together, if possible. Even better if Tango could stay with them. Skywalker is the one with white ears. Email us

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Young buck. Tango is one of our "special needs" goats. Toward the end of last year, he had some sort of mystery ailment that caused him to be unable to stand on his own for several weeks. It has been a long road toward recovery, and he still walks with a bit of a stagger at times. He shares a pen wi...

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Tilly (Chantilly Lace) recently gave birth to Gypsy. Tillie is half mini-Nubian and half mini-Mancha. She is an elegant little goat, and an excellent mother. She is calm and friendly, but is new to the milk stand. Touching her udder will result in her dancing a jig or sitting down. I have been able...

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Brandy (Brandy Alexander) - Our other "special needs" goat. Brandy was recently hit with a double whammy of coccidia and stomach worms. Her health is currently fragile, and whoever takes her will need to be prepared to play nursemaid for a while. She is very anemic. She has been treated for cocci, and responded well to that. She has also been wormed several times. This last time, we used a wormer called Prohibit, which is dangerously strong, but also one of the few that has much effect on this type of worm. She's also getting vitamin B shots twice a day, Red Cell, chlorophyll, fresh greens several times daily, a homemade electrolyte mix, and whatever else we can think of to build her up. She's a super special little goat. I hate to stress her out right now by moving her to a new home. ! Email us

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Ceili - Young doe, born 6/7/16. Beautiful little goat. She's the smartest goat we've ever had, and just a little bit spoiled. Like her momma, Meg, she isn't afraid to be a little pushy when she wants something. Wants to boss the other goats around, but isn't big enough to pull it off. Email us

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Stormy (Dark and Stormy)— adult buck. My absolute favorite of the bucks. If you are going to keep any for breeding purposes, I would recommend him. He has a stellar personality, very sweet and friendly. He also tends to sire small kids. He is a 4th or 5th generation mini Nubian. Email us

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