- For Sale
- Alpine Does
- Nigerian Dwarf Does
We breed Alpine and Nigerian Dwarf registered dairy goats in Scottsburg, Indiana - only half an hour North of Louisville, Kentucky.
If you have any questions, feel free to Contact Us. We would love to help you find the perfect goat for your family farm, homestead, or 4H project. Our family of ten raises our goats to be good with children and great milkers, which makes them the ideal family milker, well-loved pet, or both!
Our Alpine dairy goats are raised as naturally as possible. We have a 36 acre farm in Southern Indiana, and the goats spend their days in the woods, in their pastures, or in the barn if there's bad weather.
We have approximately 200 Alpine baby goats born every year, and have plenty of baby goats for sale February through April and sometimes after that. We assist with every baby goat birth to make sure that the baby goats have the best chance of survival, and bottle feed the Alpines to ensure happy, healthy, baby goats. By bottle raising baby goats, they are ready to go to their new homes at an early age and can bond with their new owners.
Our Nigerian Dwarf goats have their babies March through October or November. As opposed to the Alpines who thrive on bottle raising, the Nigie kids are dam-raised because we find they do better staying with their own moms. Nigies are available to go to their new homes after they are weaned.
We also video as many of the baby goats as possible and share them on our Facebook page and YouTube channel, so don't forget to Like and follow our pages.
2. Decide whether you prefer full-sized Alpines or miniature Nigerian Dwarf goats.
We've been raising goats on our family farm since 2005, and discovered early on that our passion was to bring joy to people's lives by sharing our goats with them.
We started with two goats - Sassy and Melody. Our herd quickly expanded as we fell in love with goats - starting with their babies, Barney, Cassiopeia, and Draco. Soon, we had a motley crew of ten or twelve goats, and we were thrilled.
In 2008, we learned that one of the goats we'd bought had been infected with CAE, a goat disease, and we had to put down several of our goats because they became very sick. Our family was devastated, and vowed that in the future, we would raise the healthiest and happiest goats possible.
We started over with CAE-free goats in 2009, and our herd has been growing ever since. We now have over 200 Alpine and Nigerian Dwarf goats, and deliver over 300 baby goats every year. While taking care of so many goats is fun, and we love what we do, it takes a lot of work!
We use the extra milk (after the baby goats drink as much as they want) to make goat milk soaps, cheese, candies, and more to run our family business, Goat Milk Stuff.
We work hard to take care of our animals in the best way possible. If you have any questions at all, about how we care for our goats or how we raise them or if you're wondering if they would be right for you, please reach out to us!
The Jonas Family
Jim, PJ, Brett, Colter, Emery, Fletcher, Greyden, Hewitt, Indigo, and Jade
Plus Katie (Colter's Fiance), Mason, Landon, and Michael (Brett's husband and boys)