Celeste Martinez | Mosheim TN 37818| +1.4236760868
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We are currently offering 1 of our Registered Alpine Does for sale- possibly bred to our registered Nigerian Dwarf buck for Mini-Alpine kids. She is a steal at just $375.00 Please contact us for pics and pedigree info. All 2018 Kids have been sold. 2019 Kids are due beginning in February.
Please contact us by phone at 423-676-0868 (call or text) E-mail @firstname.lastname@example.org or messaging through Facebook if you'd like to reserve a kid from any breeding. We are currently offering stud breeding services to select herds that can provide test results of a clean, disease-free herd. If you are interested in breeding services, please contact me for more info.
Woody Glen Khaki (Deposit paid-sale pending)
will be available in milk after weaning kids due 2/23/2019 One doe is reserved One retained
South Of Eden River Of Dreams (Polled) kids due 4/8/2019 One doe likely retained/One doe reserved
Run Joey Run My Brotherskeeper kids due 4/8/2019 One doe retained/One doe reserved
Woody Glen G Jamocha Fudge (Polled) kids due 4/8/2019 One doe retained/One doe reserved/Buckling reserved
Woody Glen Dolly Parton (Polled) kids due 4/25/2019 One doe retained/One doe reserved
South Of Eden Honesty (Polled) kids due 4/26/2019
South Of Eden Alexa (Polled)
2019 planned breedings using Heaven's Hollow Honors Edge are listed below: Pedigrees for each doe can be found by clickinghere.
Our Herdsire is Heaven's Hollow Honors Edge
Honors sire is CH Heavens Hollow Majesty *B 2014 & 2015 LA scores of 89 SS - Alexander Farm BW Studleydorite +B
SD - GCH Wyojem Wendy Kiki *M - Wendy was the 2013 ADGA National Champion, 2014 LA Score 91 and she was in the ADGA Top 10 in all 3 categories in 2014
Honors Dam is GCH Simple Pleasures DR Edens Edge *M - Eden was 3rd Place as a 4-year-old and 3rd Place Best Udder in the 2016 ADGA Nationals DS - Dill's BF Diamond Rio *B DD - SG TX Twincreeks SEM Evanescence
South Of Eden Farms
Located In Northeast Tennessee
Deposits: A NON-REFUNDABLE deposit in the amount of $100.00 made via Paypal, cash or check, will secure your purchase. Weaned kids and/or adults, must be picked up within 30 days, otherwise, a boarding fee of $2.00 per day will be incurred. For purchases of kids made prior to weaning, kids must be picked up within 30 days of weaning, unless special arrangements have been made- otherwise, incur a boarding fee of $5.00 per day.
If the goat has not been picked up after 45 days, the buyer will lose the deposit and the goat will be relisted for sale. We reserve the right to cancel sales for any reason. If we cancel a sale because we've decided to retain the goat, your deposit will be refunded. Otherwise, deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE.
The balance of the purchase price must be paid IN FULL at the time of pickup. The balance can be paid in cash or through Paypal- however, in order for us to accept a check for the remaining balance, it must be received at least 2 weeks prior to the scheduled pickup date.
Reservations: If you would like to reserve a kid from a future breeding, please contact us via text, phone, email or our Facebook page, and we will put you on a wish list. Once kids are born from your desired breeding, a deposit will be required to hold the kid. If a deposit is not received, kids will be available on a first come, first served basis.
We dam raise our goats and prefer not to wean them prior to 12 weeks of age, however, an intact buck has to be removed from the doe pen by 9 weeks, so we will sell bucklings at 9 weeks. Wethers and does remain on the farm until 12 weeks.
Every single goat on our farm was dam raised. They are all very friendly and comfortable with people. When you come to the farm, you'll see that they approach for attention. If you are concerned about a dam raised goats ability to bond to people, I encourage you to visit our farm and see for yourself just how friendly they are.
We have strict biosecurity practices here on the farm. We have never purchased a goat from a farm that couldn't provide negative test results for CAE/Johne's and CL. And we continue to test our herd annually or bi-annually.
Because of biosecurity concerns, we cannot take back any goat that has left our property.
Thoughts on purchasing from us
We are a small, family farm. We decided we wanted to be more self-sufficient and we wanted FRESH milk, so rather than purchase a cow- we decided on dairy goats. They're entertaining, easy to handle and the milk is DELICIOUS!
In order for us to meet our own needs for milk, we have to breed our does every year. This means we will inevitably have to sell some of the kids and we will occasionally sell adults as we try to make room for younger stock.
As of this writing, we do not "SHOW" our goats. One of our biggest concerns with showing is that there is a BIO-SECURITY RISK. If showing is important to you, by all means, show your goats.
Be aware that there are a lot of excellent, show quality breeders who do NOT show their goats, so don't be fooled into thinking that a ribbon makes a goat more valuable than one without a ribbon.
While we can certainly see the value in showing, showing is NOT a performance measure and we would much rather focus our efforts on better understanding performance programs likelinear appraisalsandDHIR testing so that we can participate in those programs. We are breeding for DAIRY qualities- which will also lead to show quality, for those interested in showing.
We aren't aiming to be pet goat breeders. Our goal is to produce TRUE dairy animals. If we have a "cull" that doesn't meet our expectations in terms of milk production, they will be sold without papers in an effort to prevent watering down the quality of the registered market goats.
As breeders who aim to produce goats that can PUT IT IN THE PAIL, we do not breed for eye color or coat color, but there are certainly plenty of breeders out there who do.
There are also breeders who DON'T milk their does. As a result, they have absolutely no idea which direction to take their breeding program from one year to the next. If I have a doe who is lacking in terms of production, I need to know that so I know to breed her to the buck who is most likely to help ensure that her daughters are NOT mediocre producers. Just the same, I can't know whose teats have tiny orifices, or who my best milkers are coming from if I am not gauging the production of my does. I DO milk my does and I intend to participate in DHIR testing in the future, but in the meantime- I keep track of their production for my own records.