Meet Our Goats

Meet Ernie

Ernie is a Boer goat who had a bad run-in with some German Shepherds and came here to recover and be safe.  recovering from his wounds.  He is very friendly and would love to meet you! But make sure you come with some fruits and other treats! [read more about Ernie]

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Meet Little Vinnie

Little Vinnie is a Nigerian Dwarf goat. He is very cute and very naughty. His owner adopted him and his brother Tony and then had a bad accident and could not take care of them.  [read more about Little Vinnie]

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Meet Old Vinnie

Old Vinnie is a gentle soul. He is an Angora goat who has been passed from one home to another. This is confusing to animals. We are so glad to provide Vinnie with a permanent home. He is in need of some special care; he came here very thin and with parasites, so we are giving him the royal treatment. [read more about Vinnie]

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Meet Tony

Tony is a Nigerian Dwarf goat. He is very cute and very naughty. His owner adopted him and his brother Vinnie and then had a bad accident and could not take care of them.  [read more about Tony]

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Meet Leo

Leo is a big Boer goat who had a bad run-in with some German Shepherds and came here to recover and be safe.  recovering from his wounds.  He is very friendly and would love to meet you! But make sure you come with some fruits and other treats! [read more about Leo]

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Little Di the Goat

Would you like to sponsor Di? Little Di is a miniature silky fainting goat.  She was born extra extra small and with a birth defect – wry mouth.  She was living on a breeding farm, and she was much too …

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Joey the Goat

Joey is a big boy with a little boy temperament. He and Burrito lived together for their entire lives. It seems that Joey used to be a bit hard to handle – weighing in at 300 pounds and shy, but a little strong with the horns, he wasn’t such an easy goat. But we bribed him endlessly with treats and he quickly became a 300 pound teddy bear.

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Mr. Newman Goat

Newman is indisputably the boss of the farm. He decides who eats what and when, and from his round belly you can tell he takes the choicest pieces of hay, flowers, and wood off the house for himself. He is handsome, charming, terrible: everyone’s quintessential bad boy and you’ve gotta love him! And when he lays his soft head against my cheek, or leans up to give a kiss, all the destruction is, momentarily, forgiven.

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