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Anin's Thread Art
I love to design and embroider things,, With age I can no longer use a regular Zig Zag sewing machine to free hand embroider, so I got a 12 needle machine. I now use my computer to design and place the stitches, And an extra bonus is that I can repeat the same pattern over and over.
Telephone: 408-396-6439

Bornncal@sbcglobal.net
 
1135294293   Posted: Thu Dec 22 18:31:33 2005


UPONAMTN LAMANCHAS
Our LaManchas herd started in the Ozark Mountains hence, UPONAMTN. Started raising goats in 1973, and moved to Missouri in 1999 to raise LaManchas.
31 Simpson Rd   Urbanan, MO   65767
Telephone: 417-993-1162

wjones22@hotmail.com
 
1132353692   Posted: Fri Nov 18 17:41:32 2005


Heaven's Lil' Angels
We are very new to Pygmy Goats- as we have Horses, cows, chickens, llamas, & now goats. We love each & everyone of them. That is why we decided to call them: "Heaven's Lil' Angels" My son Steven & I raise them.
Telephone: 509765-8122

rbkeith2@moseslake-wa.com
 
995958080   Posted: Tue Jul 24 03:01:20 2001


Adelaide's Miniatures
Adelaide Farm, located in Bowdoin, Maine, is the home of beautiful Nigerian Dwarf Goats and AMHA Registered Miniature Appaloosa Horses. We have been in business for the past six years and our herd has grown to 15 goats and 17 horses with babies on the way this spring!
360 W Burrough Rd.   Bowdoin, ME   04287
Telephone: (207) 353-2463

 
1139934371   Posted: Tue Feb 14 11:26:11 2006


Grim's Faerytale Farm
I've believed in Faeries since I was a child, and am still convinced that they reside happily here with our family and animal pals. Since I changed my last name when I got married,our farm and herd name was a natural! Having a small farm of my own has been a dream come true for me, very much a faerytale, complete with a happily-ever-after ending! Caring for animals is my passion, and I have horses, goats, sheep, rabbits, ducks, chickens, dogs and cats! My herd of thirty-five of so goats are raised for pets, milk and fiber. I've been raising goats for over ten years. I sell a limited number of Nigerian Dwarf and Cashmere kids to approved homes -- those who are knowledgeable about caring for goats and/or those who would sincerely like to learn. We offer support and resources to those who purchase animals from us, as it is our heartfelt wish that our animals should continue to live a long, happy life and bring their new owners the delight and joy we always feel in the presence of our goat-friends! We also breed American Brecknock Hill Miniature Cheviot Sheep and should have both white and black lambs available in Spring of '06! In addition, I breed one or two gorgeous Quarter Horse foals for sale annually, out of my mares and sired by our truly exceptional "foundation" registered QH stallion "Chex My Cal Bar". The faeries have been so good to us! Please feel free to contact me (Margot Grim)via e-mail with sale inquiries or animal care-related questions/comments anytime! I always love to talk "critters"!
Telephone: (425)485-7227

margotg39@hotmail.com
 
1134259897   Posted: Sat Dec 10 19:11:37 2005


Stonycroft
We are just getting started with purebred Nubians, but have had the farm name "Stonycroft" for about ten years. Our fourteen acres in central New Hampshire is stony (of course!) and while half the property is wooded, the other half is a field enclosed with stone walls (which may be pretty but are not practical!). We learned that "croft" has several meanings, one being a small enclosed field. So it seemed fitting to name our place "Stonycroft". We are Greg, Kathleen, and Juniper Sanderson -- starting (back) with goats in the year 2000. We are working a bit at a time on getting set up to be a commercial dairy, hopefully will have that going full-time in a year or so. We also raise American Working Farmcollies, and Greg is a beekeeper.
1168 New Hampton Road   Sanbornton, NH   03269
Telephone: 603-286-2220

stonycft@worldpath.net
 
985049715   Posted: Mon Mar 19 19:55:15 2001


Adelaide's Miniatures
Adelaide Farm, located in Bowdoin, Maine, is the home of beautiful Nigerian Dwarf Goats and AMHA Registered Miniature Appaloosa Horses. We have been in business for the past six years and our herd has grown to 15 goats and 17 horses with babies on the way this spring!
360 W Burrough Rd.   Bowdoin, ME   04287
Telephone: (207) 353-2463

lauries39@hotmail.com
 
1139934414   Posted: Tue Feb 14 11:26:54 2006


Okie H Dairy Goats
Hi All My name is Charles Holden, my family Annie(wife) and 4 kids Bobby, LeLe, Shelby, and Ashlee live in Sulphur, Oklahoma. We have been raising Goats for about 15 years. Our main goal with the goats is that they be healthy productive animals for as long as possible. Our main breed at this time is Oberhasli. We also have Lamancha's, Nubians, Alpines. We are always happy to respond to any questions you may have. HAPPY GOATING Okiegoat
Rt. 1 Box 209   Sulphur, OK   73086
Telephone: 580-622-4184

okiegoat@hotmail.com
 
1081113313   Posted: Sun Apr 4 17:15:13 2004


Yellowstone Caprine
We are nestled in the mountains just north of Yellowstone Park in Montana. We started to produce grade A milk in the summer of 2003. We have raised dairy goats since 1999. We sell milk to Amaltheia Cheese. They make the best goat cheese we have ever eaten. They are now making butter and soon will have excellent skim milk ice cream. Our herd is currently 108 does. Most are registered and all are on DHIR. The does have come from all over the west. We feel that we have the best genetics possible and are committed to having healthy and happy goats that produce excellent milk. Over half are first freshners and that would try anyones patients. I am a pharmacist of 15 years and my wife is a xray tech of 20 years. We are both so happy to be raising and milking goats. Our children are 15 and 16 with one on the way in August. They are not sure about the change in lifestyle but the will get use to it, I guess? We are members of the Saanen breeders club and ADGA. We participate in DHIR and Linear appraisal. We love to chat with people about goats and have some very well bred bucks and doe kids available.
115 Coffee Creek   Bozeman, MT   59715
Telephone: 406-582-7805

ylwstonecaprine@aol.com
yellowstonecaprine.com
1079320872   Posted: Sun Mar 14 22:21:12 2004


Remuda
A remuda is the best stock available. It is a western term, traditionally used to discribe the cow ponies taken on a cattle drive. I'm Patricia Lantz. I have had Nubians on & off for about 40 years. This time around it has been a 15 year investment of time. We have some nice stock and have been up-grading. I hope to have a web site up & running soon.
214 296th st E.   Roy, WA   98580
Telephone: 253-843-1899

remuda22@msn.com
 
1098283268   Posted: Wed Oct 20 10:41:08 2004


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