Meet Our Herd
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Jake is one of our first pair of bucks. He is a twin brother to Eddie. Jake was born with blue eyes and still has a blue ring around his eyes. He has darker fleece than his brother and is the more aggressive of the two!
Eddie is one of our first pair of bucks. He is a twin brother to Jake and has the most beautiful brown eyes. His fleece and temperament are both lighter than his brother's!
Chrissy is one of our first pair of does. She is the mother of Annie and is the hardest to catch goat on our farm!
Annie is one of our first pair of does. She is the daughter of Chrissy and is the most mischievous goat on our farm!
Chris is one of our original wethers. He has super curly locks and curly horns too!
Teddy is one of our original wethers. He has great curl in his locks and is the hardest to catch of the boys!
Gordie is one of our original wethers. He is the "boss" in the herd and is usually king of the hill - as long as the bucks aren't around!
Floyd is an older goat that was brought to us from another farm a couple of years ago. He has the thickest fleece of all of the goats and is the most docile of the goats - often spending time off by himself under a tree in the pasture and enjoying his elder years.
Mother Abigail, AKA Mama, was one of our first guard llamas, along with her daughter Maybelle (who passed away in Colorado). She is the mother of the herd and is the first to notice anything out of the ordinary.
Maggie (and Cinnabar) joined our herd from a nearby farm after we lost Maybelle and we were looking for companions for Abigail. Maggie jumped right in as a guard animal and gives Mama a break now and then.
Cinnabar joined our herd with Maggie from a nearby farm after we lost Maybelle. Cinnabar had a surprise for us when she delivered a baby 6 weeks after we got her!
Ginger is a surprise baby we inherited with Cinnabar about 6 weeks after her mama joined our herd! She has grown so quickly and is a beautiful silky llama!
Clyde was an older goat brought to us from another farm along with Floyd. He was a former show goat with super tight, curly locks. Clyde passed away at our ranch in Oklahoma several months after moving.
Vern was one of the original four wethers we started our herd with. He had the gentlest wave in his mohair to go with his gentle nature and was consistently our top seller! Vern passed away in Colorado while we were in Oklahoma closing on our new home.
Maybelle (left) was one of our first guard llamas, along with her mother, Abigail. Maybelle was a great guard llama who learned well from her mother. She passed away in Colorado a couple of years after joining us.