Quaker Hill Farm
Nubian Dairy Goats For Sale
Purchasing a Nubian Dairy Goat from Quaker Farm
We appreciate your interest in purchasing a Nubian dairy goat(s) from Quaker Farm.
Be assured that your satisfaction is
important to us. But, we also need you to know that the future well-being of
the dairy goats we
sell is very important to us as well.
We only sell dairy goats to
responsible owners. We are interested to know that you have an appropriate
place to house and
care for your goat(s) ready in advance of your purchase, and an
adequate and humane means
of transporting goats to your home (this would not include
putting goat kids - or any animal - in the trunk
of a car).
If this is your first time
owning a dairy goat, please let us know so that we can provide you with
recommendations for reading and resources about the
care and management of dairy goats. Your success as owners
assures us that the goats we sell will be well and responsibly cared for.
NOTE: We enthuastically support 4-H. We were 4-H livestock club
leaders for over
a decade. However, we do not sell dairy goats (or any other animal)
to children. We expect the parents of 4-H'ers to purchase, be
responsible for, and oversee the care of the dairy goat being purchased from us. We are happy to discuss
your concerns in this matter and look forward to working with you.
Nubian Buckling for sale
Quaker Farm's Ruben
*B Begley's-Troubled-Acre Pegasus X
Ain-Ash-Shams KED Winn's Leila
Born in the spring of 2011, Ruben is one of triplets; 2 bucks and 1 doe.
All three kids are every bit as nice as their pedigree suggests they should be.
His dam, Leila,
easy, ample milker with
an exceptional udder,
smooth fore attachment and excellent teat placement and size.
Ruben's sire, Pegasus, is out of GCH Willow Run Valparaiso Dribble who excels in general
appearance and has an excellent mammary system that milks very well. Pegasus's ancestors
include SG +*B Willow Run At Enferno which was a son of SGCH Willow Run Golden Ember EX 90 EEEV,
and littermate brother to SGCH Willow Run At Erazel, 2003 and 2004 National Champion.
Deciding which of the two boys to keep has been very difficult, they are both