Our goal is to breed & raise healthy, sustainable goat herds.
Our Myotonic goats are great for use in cross-breeding programs, herd improvements, or as foundation stock for new herds. We also offer a range of high-quality Myotonic show bucks and does.
In addition to providing high meat-yields; they're gentle, fun, low-maintenance, and enjoy human attention. We give our meat goats individual time and handling, and we know them all by name.
Although our goats are primarily purchased for breeding or show, we occasionally have wethers to sell for meat (price per lb live weight). Sign up for our "Will Call" program and you will be contacted when meat wethers are available.
New in Spring 2019
We shifted our focus from Myotonic-Boer crosses to 100% Myotonic goats. With the sale of the remaining crosses in March 2019, we no longer offer Myotonic-Boer crosses for sale.
So, why shift to 100% Myotonic goats?
Myotonic goats bring great meat-goat genetics. Known for their meat-to-bone density and efficient
browsing, they typically are parasite-resistant. This results in a robust goat, with an abundance of high-quality muscle, which adapts well to low-forage-based environments. Their docile temperament makes them easy to handle and a joy to raise. And due to the genetic distance from other breeds; use in crossbreeding programs yield strong hybrid vigor.
The myotonic goat breed is one of six goat breeds on the Livestock Conservancy's 'Conservation Priority List'. The mission of The Livestock Conservancy is to protect endangered livestock breeds from extinction. Due to the focused conservation efforts and breed promotion by registries such as the Myotonic Goat Registry (MGR), the current status of the Myotonic breed is listed as "Recovering".
We would like to do our part to promote breed preservation by shifting focus to providing and maintaining the genetically strong pure-breed resource.
Our 2019 breeding program commenced in March. The first kids began arriving in August. The majority of the kids will arrive in October-November.
We encourage you to take a look at pictures and biographies of our herd.