We started with two Alpine-type brush goats in 1991 and became ADGA members in 1992. Things have gone downhill from there! Our first animals were not that bad, conformation wise and we still have offspring from Alice. But eventually we got into both Purebred and American Alpines and keep a mixed herd.
Our Alpines love having access to 36 acres of weeds, trees and swamp. And having a constant source to browse helps make richly flavored milk.
We not only show, but we also believe that part of our mission in life is to teach children where their food comes from.
In years past, we have toted the goats to various places for milking demonstrations. Sadly, we have decided this is something we no longer can do. However, the Tobacco Farm Life Museum in Kenly will still be somewhere that we exhibit. Two to three times a year you will find us there with goats of all sizes.
The above photo is Bubba the Housegoat, our official greeter!
Certified and Accredited TB and Brucellosis Free CAE Negative for 10+ years.