Thanks to the highly addicting qualities the goat community possesses, I am currently planning on keeping a very small, very high quality herd of no more then five milking does, two or three juniors, and three or four bucks. We hope to be able to continue to attend one or two shows a year, and possibly participate in Linear Appraisal and DHIR.
Herd Dispersal Notice:
It is with a heavy heart and tears in my eyes as I write this, but unfortunately due to ongoing health issues we have come to the decision to put our breeding program on hiatus until further notice. This choice did not come to us easily and we will dearly miss being involved in the wonderful goat world in which we have made so many great friends. We have decided to retain a few personal favorites, and hope that one day we may be able to start our program back up again. A few does may still be bred every now and then to keep a fresh milk supply for the family, and all kids will be sold. As of now, we have found wonderful homes for all of your furry friends and wish them and their new owners the best of luck, and hope you enjoy our goats as much as we did.
Kalee and the rest of Algedi Farm
You can find some of our herd in the following homes:
Castle Rock Farm
Jasper Pine Nigerian Dwarf Goats