Goats for Sale
Our kids are all registered with the American Dairy Goat Association before they leave our farm. All of them come from excellent milking lines, with many awards for conformation and performance in their pedigrees.
Get a Kid!
To get on the waiting list for a Liberty Farm kid, email us. When we have kids available (usually twice a year), we’ll let you know.
Our kids can be taken home at 8 weeks. In some cases we will release the kid earlier — only, however, to experienced owners. To reserve your kid, you must pay a non-refundable deposit of 50% of the purchase price. We will not sell a single kid unless you already have goats; they’re herd animals and much happier with a buddy.
We are currently evaluating our Spring kids and will update with any available kids by 24 May 2020. We are also expecting another doe to kid this summer and her babies will be available.
Your best chance for a Liberty Farm kid is to get on the waiting list! Contact us now!
Adult Goats for Sale
We have no adult goats for sale at this time.
Buying from Liberty Farm
Please note the following:
– All goats purchased from Liberty Farm are able to be registered with the American Dairy Goat Association; those that are also eligible for the American Goat Society registration will come with that paperwork as well.
– All goats are sold healthy, clean, and well cared for, and we expect the same once they reach their new home.
– Your kid will be dam raised, and supplemented with bottle feeding so you’ll get cuddly little ones who will grow to be friendly, easy-to-handle goats. We do not typically release any of our babies until they are 8 weeks old. We do make arrangements for bottle babies for 4H projects, etc., but we do not sell single goat kids.
– All goats must be sold to a home/farm with other goats, or you must purchase a pair. Goats are herd animals and need a goat buddy.
– Your kid will be dewormed and have their ear tattoo to conform to their registration papers, as well as being disbudded if not polled.
– We welcome visits, by appointment only. When you visit, please understand that we have a livestock guardian dog on duty. He is not our pet — he is working. For your safety and that of our animals, we do not allow customers to physically enter the goat yard, although you may view it from outside the fence. This not only protects our herd and yours from disease transmission, but also allows our dog to work in an environment of peace where he doesn’t feel as though he needs to respond to a threat (you!). Feel free to ask questions about our dog and what he does!
– If you do purchase a goat from us, PLEASE do keep in touch, send us pics of how they’re doing, and let us know if you have any questions! We love to see our babies happy in their new homes!
Feel free to contact us! We love talking about our goats!
Latest from The Kidding Pen
We write about our goats! They do hilarious things, and sometimes farm life is some pretty funny stuff.
Yesterday I put X out in the yard with the adult does to finish breeding whoever didn't succumb to his charms last go-round. Previously, all mating rituals had been done in a back breeding pen, out of sight of prying human eyes. We had an understanding, X and me. I...
We found a few pages of X Factor’s diary.
My new black rooster, aka Uncle Festus, is currently staging a revolt in the chicken pen after making it through quarantine. Brutus, the longstanding and forever undisputed king of the flock, may end up losing his position to a spunky little guy half his size.
Eric and Kit Perez