Meet the Herd

Thelma

THELMA

Thelma - one of our original goats . . . is in charge! Don’t get too close on the feeders or to her babies . . . she will check you in the shin!

Louise

LOUISE

Louise - Thelma’s nicer sister . . . is the name sake of our Cheese Louise! She is the first of our milkers and taught us all about caring for goats. She is also known for screaming… into the darkness . . . when it’s “that” time of the year.

Grace

GRACE

Grace - sweet grace . . . a rescue goat who’s breed I refer to as “garden variety” She loves a good neck rub. Although retired Grace makes sure everyone knows she is the Queen.

Flo and Alice

FLO AND ALICE

Flo and Alice - sisters. You will always find them together, snuggled up soaking in the sun. Their beautiful Nubian faces are pretty much identical. It is by their udders we can tell them apart.

Ozzy

STINKY BOYS

Ozzy - Our current herdsires are Ozzy and Dennis. They essentially get room and board in exchange for working once a year.. not a bad gig!

Donkeys

DONKS

These boys are here mostly for entertainment! We are slowly working with them to become livestock guard animals. In the meantime they are enjoying treats and ear rubs</strong.

Texel Rams

WOOLY BULLY

The starting flock for Wooly Bully are residing at Paradox while their new digs are being prepared. Katahdin Ewes and Texel Rams are our base breeding stock.

Venus and Quest

VENUS AND QUEST

This stunning mother-daughter combo are crowd pleasers! They a full Nubian, their white marks are called “moon spots”

Kune Kune Pigs

KUNE KUNE PIGS

Betty, Freddy and Eddie ( aka Porkchop) - These three little pigs are grazers, not rooters. Their job is to follow the goats and eat the browse the goats don’t. Part of how we keep out goats healthy with very little medication.