I am for sure a crazy goat lady!
It is for sure that goats are like potato chips you cant have just one!
Because we got one, then we got two and they multiplied! LOL!!
Although we had goats when I was a kid, I had not had goats for many years until we
had our oldest son Tyson, while in he was in kindergarten with some convincing from
friends Tyson decided he wanted to join goat 4-H in our county.
So we purchased two Alpine kids, a wether (Jack) who later became his amazing Pack goat, and a doe (Sky) from our dear friends, the Obergs in Toledo, Washington, who had an amazing goat dairy nearby.
Those little goats began our journey into the amazing goat world and the wonderful
people we have met along the way. They were the first step in starting my dream to make goat milk products. We now raise purebred Nubians, and purebred Toggenburgs.
These products are truly amazing and have done wonders for our family’s skin from
extreme eczema to dry skin.
We also raise Angus and Simmental Beef cows as well as a Quarterhorse or two.
My oldest has grown out of his goats now. He has moved on to raising some amazing
beef animals and very successfully races motocross which we’re very proud of!
Mom and the younger kids have inherited the goats.
We are a very strong 4-H and FFA family. We believe that these programs are the best things for kids to join. I myself have been a 4-H leader for nine years and a Fair Barn Superintendent for 7. I was even voted 4-H Leader for Washington one year! That was such an honor as I love
working with kids!
Thank you for trying our products they truly are amazing!