Meet the Herd

Meet our herd of Registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats
Oak Hollow INDI 

Indi is one of the “originals” we picked her up at just 8 weeks old in 2015. She has been a great mother and is a 2FF. She is in the TOP three for great MILKERS


Roamn Ranch Blue Horizon

This sweet girl also known as SKY is a sweetheart. She is our only Blue eyed doe at this time and she also comes from great milking lines, she came to us in milk May of 2019 as FF . She has a great developing udder and wonderful orfices. We cant wait to watch her grow.

Peachy is our only unregistered doe, she is purebred but does not have paper. I got her for my birthday in 2018, what a special gift. She is a sweetheart and has the quirkiest personality. She has been a great addition to the farm and is an easy milker. She also has the cutest babies.

Chady Farms  Mallory 

An old soul at heart, and very sweet and loving. If she could have her way she would lay in your lap all day. Mallory is a one of kind gal and she is one of our top milkers! At her top she makes about a GALLON a day! She also is known to have 4-5 babies a kidding! She not only is a star milker with her milk star (1*M AR) but also a star mother!

Chady Farms Juniper  

A resident sister of Mallory these two are connected at the hip. Mallory is an exceptional milker and was so even as a FF. She also has her AR milk star ( 1*M AR) She milked well over 800 # in her first year in the DHIR milking program.

Roamn Ranch Gibbons

Our BLUE eyed sires, he has been with us a few years now and throws wonderful kids. He has wonderful lines both on his dam and sire ( his sire is the Count Chocula) both his dam and sire did pass this last  year but we are happy to carry on his legacy.

Grasse Acres RD  Norman B*

Just added to our herd in 2019 we are so excited to see what his future holds. He is three almost four years old proven buck! He has been a great addition to the herd and has fit right in with the other boys, and he is the biggest softy

sire- DILLS b and R Ronnie Dun

Dam- Grass-e Acres RT Claret 1*M D AR



Dinkleman is his own goat; if anyone has met him they know what i am talking about. He is boer goat and just a pet, we adopted him when he was two days old as they thought his mother was not going to survive the night. We bottle fed him and he hung out in the house with the dogs until he was old enough. He now often times thinks he is a dog; and he is trouble; but we love him.