We have a small herd of Nubian dairy goats with both registered an unregistered does. We work hard to ensure a clean, healthy raw goat milk for our customers and ourselves. We hand milk each doe, then we carefully strain and ice chill the milk to retain it’s great flavor and freshness. We chill and keep the milk in 1/2 gallon mason canning jars. We have had many compliments on the taste and quality of our raw goat milk.
$6.00 per half gallon
$12.00 per gallon
We charge a one time $2.00 fee per glass canning jar. This is what the jars cost us.
Our regular customers are welcome to bring back the jar and we’ll just trade jars to save the $2.00 jar fee. When you a finished purchasing from us, you may keep the jar, or return it and get your $2.00 back.
You can also visit the farm by appointment.
Listed below are the permanent residents of our dairy herd. We have kidded 20 baby goats in the past few years and this has given us some great experience in both raising the kids and taking care of our does in milk. We are very blessed to have these animals and they have been a delight to work with. We hope that if you purchase from us, you too will taste and see the difference that we have found in raw REAL goat milk.
Third kidding season.
We purchased Jamaica in 2011 from a sweet family in eastern Oklahoma who needed to downsize a bit. Jamaica comes from a well established line of quality dairy and show goats. Jamaica kidded February 2013.
We will be selling Jamaica’s doeling in the middle of April. At that point she will be weaned and 8 weeks old. Jamaica is an amazing milker. She currently gives us 3/4 gallon a day. That is only milking her once as we leave the kids on her through the day. This doeling is unregistered as our buck is unregistered.
We purchased Faith along with Jamaica last year. She also comes from some of the same stock as Jamaica. Faith kidded in December 2012.
Second Kidding Season
Joy is also from Faire Dale Farm. As you can probably tell, she is the daughter of Jamaica, and we look forward to some great years of production with her on the farm. Joy kidded for a second time December 2012. She is milking wonderfully.
Hope is Faith’s twin sister and we just had to buy them both together. Goats are very social animals, and we couldn’t bear to separate these two beautiful does. Hope kidded for the first time December 2012.
Grade Nubian Dairy Goat Buck
Neo is our herd sire. A really beautiful buck from our sweet friends the Norwood Family of Bristow. They gifted us with Neo a couple years ago, and he has proven to be a great herd sire. I have seen some of the most amazing color patterns on his kids born here. Neo is a very lovable attention hog, and our children love to ride him around the farm.
We ususally have kids each year around February to March. We normally sell the doelings and raise the bucklings for Autumn butchering. If you have need of a quality dairy goat, please keep us in mind!