At GottaGoat Farm, we strive to raise happy, healthy animals. All of our goats are loved dearly here, and we want to ensure any of our goat sales are to fantastic homes. We only have a small number of goats available for sale each year, so please see below for our procedure to reserve one of our goat kids in advance. For people new to goats, we are here to help! We will provide you with additional information to help keep your new goats healthy and safe. Feel free to ask any questions you might have and we will do our best to help!
Nigerian Dwarf Goat Sales
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goats are not registered, but have been selected for quality milk production, temperament, and physical characteristics. Our goal with our Nigerian Dwarf Goats is to produce happy, healthy kids that will be wonderful dairy producers and amazing pets. Visit our For Sale page to view our Nigerian Dwarf Goats currently for sale.
Miniature Silky Fainting Goat Sales
Our Miniature Silky Fainting Goats come from 100% US bloodlines and include Master Champion lineage. They all have excellent pedigrees, and amazing temperaments. Each of our Miniature Silky Fainting Goats is registered with both the MSFGA and the MGR. Our goal with our Miniature Silkies is to produce healthy, high-quality goats that would be fantastic additions to any breeding program, and would make wonderful show quality animals, or even pets. Visit our For Sale page to view our Miniature Silky Fainting Goats currently for sale.
Purchasing Information & Terms and Conditions of Sales
If you would like to reserve one of our goat kids in advance, we will require a $100 deposit for each kid. You can let us know your kid preference from our planned Breeding Schedule, and the gender you would like (doe or buck). We will keep you updated once our new kids are available. If the kid of your choice is not available, you can either choose from another of our available kids, or we will gladly refund your deposit if we don’t have anything available that meets your needs. The deposit is not refundable on canceled orders.
In all cases, we reserve the right to retain any kids for our own breeding purposes.
Taking Your New Goat Home
Kids will be assessed and ready to leave our farm between 8-10 weeks of age, at which time full payment will be required for any confirmed reservations. If kids are not picked up within one week of the agreed upon date, your deposit will be forfeited, and the kid will be offered for sale to the next interested party.
Transportation of all goats will be the buyer’s responsibility. Depending on location and timing, delivery may be available for an additional fee. If a goat is to be shipped, the buyer is responsible for all costs and arrangements.
All of our goats are healthy upon leaving our farm, to the best of our knowledge. We are here to help with any issues that may develop, but we cannot be held responsible for an animal, nor can we offer refunds on any goat once it leaves GottaGoat Farm. We are also unable to offer guarantees on size, milk production, future health, show quality and scurs (if they develop on any goats which have been disbudded), as these are characteristics that are outside of our control. However, if you are needing to re-home a goat, please contact us and we will try to help out.
For any of our kids that develop horns, we prefer to leave their horns naturally intact. However, we understand that is not always everyone’s preference. If you would like to have your kid disbudded, this is a procedure that must be done very early in their life. Disbudding will only be performed by request (at the buyer’s expense) on reserved kids for which a deposit has been received.
Deposits and payments can be made through email money transfer (eTransfer preferred), cash, or money order. Full payment (less your initial deposit) will be required before your kid can leave our farm.
We are more than happy to arrange a viewing of our goats. We are located just outside of Penticton, BC. Please contact us in advance – we’d love to have you come for a visit!
We want to ensure that each of our goats is going to a safe and healthy environment where they will be well cared for, so we are more than happy to assist you in finding the right goat to fit your home. However, if this is your first goat experience, it is important to do your research to prepare for their arrival and care. Goats are herd animals, and will need at least one other goat companion to thrive and be happy. In addition, they require adequate shelter, solid fencing, and the appropriate food and supplements to keep them healthy. Again, we can advise on how to get ready for your new animals, and would love to work with you to answer any questions you may have. However, we do reserve the right to refuse sale of any of our goats if we feel it is not in their best interest.