Goats for Sale

The following link leads you to more pictures of our herd.

This way you can get a better idea of what our herd looks like. Please call for appointment. 704-699-3531.

Our 2011 babies are due in early May so please make your reservations soon because orders are accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis. We will post photographs and prices on this page, so please check back with us frequently.

We work to offer the right goat for your needs. While nubians are dairy goats noted for producing a higher milk fat content than other dairy goats, they also enjoy working with humans as pack goats or cart goats and serve as excellent companion animals for other farm pets.

As dairy goats, nubians are noted for producing milk that contains butter fat, water, lactose (a milk sugar), casein (proteins), and salts. Goat milk is naturally homogenized and contains vitamins A, D, E, and K. These vitamins and minerals benefit> for your skin as well as for your overall health.

We sell does and bucks suitable for breeding, and wethers (neutered bucks) who would make excellent pets as well as pack and cart goats.

A $75.00 deposit will reserve your selection until the babies are between 8 and 10 weeks old, when they will be weaned and ready to be taken to their new home. The balance is due, in cash, before the babies leave the ranch.

We are working on the photographs and registration data so please check back frequently. As this information becomes available, we will post it on this page.

We appreciate your interest.

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These pictures are more of my black babies than the brown ones. If memory serves me, you are more interested in black doe than brown. However, if you would like to see my brown babies, I'll be happy to upload their pictures, too.

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These photos are of my youngest does in the back barn. I do, however, have one or two older goats that are for sale.

The below link identifies more of my nubian herd. It is included only so you'll know what my overall stock looks like.



  1. Below is a link to our webpage with pictures of many of our adults. While they are not for sale, most of their babies are:


  2. Anonymous5:46 PM

    enjoyed your web. Looking for a smaller breeding doe for my mini program. I love Natalie and Ashley,great breed charecter! Can you give me more info,do you CAE test and G6S etc.
    Sarah NC tanbrittinygoats.com

  3. Hello ... More about our goats. Natalie and Ashley have been sold but I still have others. I've done CAE testing for years and have always had negative results. I didn't test this year because we have so many goats, it was cost prohibitive; besides, resarch indicates that NC is a CAE negative state and the cost is a waste of money. After more than 5 years of being negative, I decided to not test. We do have tetanus so I vaccinate for CDT annually.

  4. We are currently looking for a Nubian doe. We currently raise & milk 2 Alpines and an Oberhasli but are looking to add a Nubian to our little herd. Do you have any available at this time? You can PM me if that is easier, mom2aejska@gmail.com.
    Thank you,

  5. Megan Reese8:13 PM

    So happy to find your blog. We just recently bought a small farm in Monroe and I am dying to start my own little Nubian herd. I would love to come visit and learn more. Where are you located, I notived the 704 phone number. After seeing you have GSPs- I knew we woud get along great! Our GSP Gunner is our baby!