Welcome to our little piece of heaven here on earth. A lot has changed here in the last couple years,
my dad passed away, mom is living in a granny unit next door, we are doing foster care again and between the foster kids and
the girls teenage schedule I'm quite busy driving to town sometimes 4 or 5 times a day!
goats are still a family affair, we all enjoy the goats, the babies, the milk and the
With the high butter fat in the milk that our Nigerian's provide we make cheese,
yogurt, ice cream, kefir and some butter once in a while. We also enjoy making lotion and soap when we get a chance.
Our goal in breeding is to improve the breed while continuing to raise healthy and friendly
goats. We participate in DHIA 305 day milk testing with ADGA. We also participate in ADGA's Linear appraisal
every year. We believe these are great tools to assist us in improving our herd and help us stay on tract
with our goals. All of our goats are registered with ADGA and can be registered with AGS and NDGA. We go to several
county fairs our CA State Fair and local shows. We went to ADGA Nationals in 2015 and 2017 and we plan on going again in
As many this started out with just one milking doe and a couple doelings as a 4H project.
We now have 20 Nigerians kidding thos year and 6 Purebred Boer goats and yes it is still our 4H Project but this family
adventure has turned into a way of life for us also here on the 3G Family Farm.
We are truely blessed
with our Lord's creation and hope to be good steward's with what He has given us. We hope you enjoy our website and
please feel free to call or email if you have any questions or just want to talk about goats.
May God bless you in all