Nigerian Dwarf Goats
The first livestock to Hostile Valley Farm were the goats, a small herd which has steadily expanded over the years. Made up of mostly Nigerian Dwarf Goats, the herd is used for milk and to help manage overgrowth and brush. The goats can work along rough terrain such as stone walls and eat things other animals would not, like poison ivy and brambles.
We sell AGS registered, guaranteed friendly Nigerian Dwarf goat kids. Doelings and bucklings are $350, wethers $150. A $50 deposit is required. Please email email@example.com for more details.
Saffron & Nutmeg are heritage breed Tamworth pigs who work to clear land that had previous been aggressively logged. With their endless appetites for roots, bark, and grubs, the pigs are efficient excavators and leave behind rich fertilizer to help turn this messy area in to fields. Tamworth pigs are hardy and active foragers, making them perfect for overwintering in Maine and helping to clear land.
Babydoll Southdown Sheep
We have four Babydoll Southdown Sheep -- on ram, two ewes, and a wether. This unique little breed is renown for its cuddly looks and docile personality, and we breed our ewes for spring lambs that we offer for sale. We also use our sheep for their lawn mowing abilities, and annually shear them for their soft, cashmere-like fleeces.
If you are interested in registered Nigerian Dwarf Goat kids, or registered Babydoll Southdown lambs. Nigerian Dwarf goats are ADGA registered. Babydoll Sheep are BSSBA registered. Both come from excellent genetics and are guaranteed friendly. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and to be added to our waitlist.