Goats and Sheep have the same requirements, the costs are the same.
- Hay $156.00
- Grain $216.00
- Vaccines $16.00
- Rabies $8.00
- Deworming $10.00
- At present we receive a donation from the TOTTENHAM PRICE CHOPPER of all the older fruit and vegetables, we greatly appreciated this; should our supply cease this would add more cost to the yearly feed.
We have many more goats and kids other than the ones which are showcased, should you wish to sponsor a particular goat or if you would like more information on any of the other goats in our care, please feel free to contact me.
All costs are per year, should you wish to sponsor please put the goats name in the special instructions when making a donation.
Lucy and her kids came to our farm after her owner had a terrible car accident and no longer had the ability to care for them.
She was bred much too young, while her body was still growing and developing. As a result her bones continued to grow around her pregnant belly. Now - Lucy always looks pregnant even though she is not.
Lucy had a whole family of kids when she arrived Reggie, Bo and Luke Duke, Mr. Biggs and Sid.
She always like to sneak out of the pasture and make her way into my garden to snack. I think she believes that I planted the garden just for her.
Reggie arrived here with his mother Lucy, his father Ricky and his younger brothers. Reggie is the oldest of Lucy and Ricky's kids. He is a sweet little goat that hasn't stopped eating since the day he arrived. Our Vet told us that Reggie is over weight and needs to lose quite a few pounds; but there is no way we can keep him from his food.
Reggie is a pygmy goat and although he is short, he is a wide as he is tall. We have tried to limit his food intake as per our Vet's recommendations but once he is finished what we give him he goes in search of more, and because he is to heavy to jump the fences, he goes through them instead.
Sid is Lucy's youngest kid, he is a real trouble maker, he should have been called Houdini because he can escape from anywhere.