About HOMESTEAD GOATS Olympia, WA
Welcome to "Homestead Goats", our Nigerian Dwarf dairy goat farm in Olympia, Washington. We are a family run farm and keep about 30 miniature milk goats on our 15 acre homestead. Our goal is to raise happy, healthy, & high quality ADGA registered, Nigerian Dwarves.
My sisters and I have been raising & showing goats for about 10 years now. Our mom has been raising goats, & other livestock, most of her life so she has passed on her love & knowledge of goats to the rest of our clan. My family & I love spending time together tending & showing our herd.
The health & happiness of our herd is very important to us so our goats are extremely well cared for. In fact, they are absolutely spoiled! They are also very well socialized with other animals & people because they get so much daily love & attention. We've kept our herd healthy & free of caprine diseases: CAE, CL, Q-Fever, Johnes, & Brucella, by taking biosecurity precautions & doing sample blood testing.
We've collected some of the best genetic lines from across the country & have continued to work on improving the conformation and productivity of our goats. We've had great success improving our Nigerians through the use of selective breeding, artificial insemination, & ADGA PLUS performance programs such as Linear Appraisal.
We've been incredibly blessed in our family farming endeavors, and homestead farming has been a wonderful way to learn & spend time together as a family. We also enjoy helping others get started on their own homestead farming ventures, and adventures!
♥ Happy Homesteading ♥
2017 SWWADGA 3 ring ADGA show:
We were only able to take goats to one 2017 show.
Anaaya - Grand Champion Jr. Doe
1st out of 22 in 1-2 yr Jr Doe class
Skippy - 1st & 6th out of 22 in 1-2 yr Jr Doe class
Pinky - 3rd & 4th out of 22 in 1-2 yr Jr Doe class
Soros - 3rd & 5th out of 24 in 1-2 year old class
2016 SWWADGA 3 ring ADGA show:
Cocoa - 2 x Grand Champion Sr Doe
Cookie - 1st, 2nd, & 3rd in 3-4 y/o classes
Poppy - 2nd, 4th, as a first freshener in very
large, competitive classes of 2-3 y/o's
Merry-Gold - 4th, as a first freshener in a very
large, competitive class of 22 2-3 y/o's
2016 NWABGC 3 ring ADGA show:
Cocoa - Grand Champion Sr. Doe, now a
Raindrops - 2 X Grand Champion Jr. Doe
Poppy - Grand Champion Sr Doe as a 1st yr milker
1st, 2nd, 3rd in competitive 2-3 y/o classes
Potion - Grand Champion Buck as a yearling!
Reserve Champion buck in another ring.
Cookie - 2 X Reserve Champion Sr Doe to Cocoa
1st, 1st, & 1st in her classes of 3-4 y/o's
Dixie - 2nd, 2nd, 3rd in her classes after Raindrops
Soros - 1st, 1st, 2nd in her doeling classes.
Hammer - 2nd in his class after Potion
2015 SWWA Fair ADGA open show:
We were only able to take goats to one 2015 show
Merry-Gold - Grand Champion Junior Doe
1st "Breeder's Trio" & 1st "Exhibitor's Herd"