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Due to the large amount of scam and spam emails we have received, we have chose to remove our email address and phone number from this page. We still want anyone with questions or interests in our goats to be able to contact us so please message us through Facebook.

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Brought this fella back from Hattiesburg MS SEKGA sale. I cant wait to see his kids!

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Hay. Feed quality $4.00 per bale. Decorative (cut too late and is tough) $2.00 per bale. Can deliver for a fee.

We have purebred Kiko yearling does available currently. Sire is 100% NZ Kiko DNA Verified and Dams are all high percentage. Can be registered through NKR. Contact me for more information.

2017 Kidding Season is over! We ended up with 50/50 bucklings and doelings. We currently have 5 bucklings for sale and will have more coming up as they are weaned. All are purebred and registerable through NKR.

Oak View Farm updated their cover photo.
May 3, 2017
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When some people get started with goats, they may overlook a very important aspect of their care by failing to provide free-choice, loose goat minerals.
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2017 kidding season is kicking off early as we have 3 does in kidding pens on kid watch! I get so excited every year at this time!

These 2 yearling bucks are still for sale. $200.00 each

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Still have 2 Kiko bucklings left for sale. Both are going on a year old. Will post pics shortly.

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Mum's Pantry is with Louise Cairns and 37 others.

GOT CHICKENS? Emptying a few cans of corn into a muffin tray, adding water & then freezing it is a very small act of kindness. On hot days, it'll mean the worl...d to the chickens! Pecking away at an ice block to finally be rewarded with a cold corn kernel is a great way to help them keep cool. (Via Bed and Broccoli)

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Keeping livestock water from freezing during frigid temperatures is important. This technique of using tires, which doesn’t require electricity, can save you some worry and work come winter weather.
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This chick hatched a day early and had splayed legs. I made an artificial egg and put it in the brooder (not incubator) for another 24 hours and the legs are normal now

   Anatolian Shepherds have been used as guardians for a wide range of hoofstock and birds, including (but not limited to) sheep, goats, horses, cattle, llamas, ostriches, chickens, ducks, pheasants, and turkeys. The bonding process of pup or adult dog to the stock is important with all species; how…
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