2022 Pricing and Sales Policy
**Please Note: We reserve the right to retain any kid born on our farm for any reason**
*All Sales are Final, No Refunds or Exchanges unless agreed*
We often receive requests for kids, even before they are born. We attempt to fill request on a first come, first serve basis. However, we reserve the right to retain any kid born on our farm. Email us your requests as soon as you make your choice to be added to the list for that particular breeding pair. Second and third choices are encouraged. In the event that something happens to the animal between deposit and departure, we will refund the deposit or apply the deposit to another agreed upon animal.
*These goats are herd animals and should not be kept alone. Therefore, our policy is to only sell a single goat to a home that has at least one other goat* All kids are dam raised, unless there is a special need to be bottle fed or prior experienced breeder.
Before kids are listed for sale on our website, each potential buyer will be notified by email or text in the order that the request was received. The buyer will need to enter a purchasing agreement within 48 hours of notification, or the next potential buyer will be notified. Upon entering an agreement, a deposit in the amount of 50% non-refundable of the purchase price must be made.
Deposits must be made through PayPal at: email@example.com, cash or money order. *Please note that we do not take checks for any reason* If using PayPal, please add a 3% charge to cover their fees. At pick-up the other 50% is due in cash only. All animals sold can be registered with papers, given upon departure. All fees to have the animals transferred or registered will be the responsibility of the buyer. You must be 18 years old and up to purchase our goats.
All of our animals are guaranteed to be healthy at the time of purchase; however, we are not responsible for animals once they have left our farm. Typically, the kids can leave the farm around seven weeks old, unless there are special circumstances. We will tattoo, vaccinate, disbud and deworm and wether (if applicable) all goat kids before departure and send a small bag of feed so your goat can transition to their new feed. Also, we will send a copy of a booklet that was wrote by my husband (to your email), to help with the care of your new goat.
**Our farm will hold the purchased goat for one week after the original scheduled pickup date. After that time, we may offer the goat to another buyer and any payments made is forfeited. Also, we have the option of charging a boarding fee of $10.00 a day per goat.
At this time, all goats must be picked up at our farm. If a customer is picking up or having their new pet transported, we require that it is secured inside a vehicle or inside a cab topper. We will no longer release any goat to a buyer that has a crate in the back of a pickup truck, unless it is securily enclosed to prevent drafts. Nigerian Dwarf goats, especially the kids, that are subjected to drafts during transportation and can get sick very quickly! We are trying to protect the goats and your investment! We can provide the buyer with a couple of names and numbers of transporters that we have used in the past, however it is the responsibility of the buyer to make shipping arrangements and notify us prior to departure that is convenient with our schedule.
Until airlines reduce the restrictions on transporting animals, such as goats, on planes, we may not be able to offer air transport.
If requested, Health Certificates are available from our local vet—additional charge of $30.00 per goat will be added. Brucellosis and TB are additional to the standard health certificate. *It's up to the transporter and buyer, if they want a health certificate*
We do not provide crates for transportation. The buyer is responsibile to check with the transport person to see if one is provided before the goat is transported. Crates can be purchased from Walmart or PetSmart for around $70.00.
*All fees and purchase price must be paid before the animal leaves our farm*