Boer Goats in Kansas



We are located in SE Kansas. Not far from the Arkansas, Missouri, or Oklahoma border. We have raised boers since 2006. It started with one wether because of one of our daughters in 4H. Then they all wanted to do wethers. It didn't make sense not to raise them with four kids showing. It's grown from there. Be careful they are an addiction.

We now have traditional, spotted, solid, and paint boers. Most of our commercial doe have been sold. We have retained a few of our commercial doe because they give such nice kids. We will have anywhere from 50% to 100% ABGA boer goats.

We strive to raise healthy animals that have good hooves and have a good resistance to worms. We feel that many things are genetic in the animals. Good immune systems, worm resistance, hoof health, and disposition are key areas we cull for.

Please have a look around our site and let us know if you have questions. Below you'll find our main farm rules when purchasing. We have an information and links page and others. Thank you for visiting our website.

Please read our farm rules below

* We do not meet off the farm for a purchase. Buyer must come to the farm or arrange pick up at our farm. 

*We will accept a deposit on a goat to hold him or her until weaned if not weaning age. We will not wean prior to 12 weeks of age unless it is absolutely necessary for some reason.

*Animals will not be held if deposit is not received in at least a week of the original agreement if buyer does not come to the farm to look. If buyer comes to farm to look at newborns or other animal a deposit needs to be made at that time. 

*If the animal isn't picked up within 2 weeks of weaning or 2 weeks of deposit received we will need to charge for feed daily. Unless we've come to some kind of mutual agreement. Price for feed is subject to change with the fluctuating prices at the feed store. Deposit will be kept if buyer changes their mind later. Please understand we want to try to be fair to everyone. We expect that if a deposit is placed on a goat that it is a sign the person is truly obligating him or herself  to buying that goat.

*If something should happen to an animal that a deposit has been placed on prior to pick up deposit would be refunded in most cases. This is on a case by case basis and between us and the buyer.  

*We won't sell an animal we don't feel is healthy and will live up to what we are selling it for. Once they leave here there are so many variables. If something should happen and buyer feels that there is an issue with purchase we'll be willing to discuss the situation. We may require our vet sees the animal if it's necessary. When they leave we have no idea of their care, feed, water, etc. Stress in moving can sometimes be enough to make some animals sick. 

 *We recommend 30 day quarantine away from other animals with any new animal purchase.

*Honesty is always the best policy.

*Ask any questions you may have at any time... before or after purchase.

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If you are looking for information or goats even if we don't know the answer or have goats for sale right now we'd be happy to try to help. Looking for more information. Look at my links and tips page. Lots of reading. But I tried to put down what I have learned in one place.

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