Page last updated on July 9, 2018
We have some beautiful, and well bred animals for sale right now. These are the pictures that I had on my mobile phone and were taken over the last few months. I plan to get new pictures for this page as soon as they stand still long enough to get a decent picture.
You get registration papers in hand, not registration applications. ADGA Plus herd (DHIR, LA, DNA). Our entire herd is G6S Normal by direct test or by parentage. Tested CAE Negative herd (we test annually), have tested for CL, Johne’s, and Brucella in the past – always negative. Closed herd.
I have the following bucks for sale:
***DNA on file***
Land of Havilah MSG Excelsior (LA: 01-06 83 +V+)
DOB: May 10, 2016
We used him last year (2016) and he gave us several really nice kids! We don’t have many does that we can breed him to, so we have him up for sale and he is ready to go right away to work in your herd! He is out of Ain-Ash-Shams G Misha (scored EX90 EVE as a 2 year old) and one of our strongest does: SG Land of Havilah ShekinahGlory 2*M (Permanent score of 06-02 VG88 VEVV). Shekinah passes on her sweet nature to her kids and Excel is very well mannered and easy to handle. I am retiring Shekinah this year, so this is the last buck that I will ever sell out of her. He is half brother (also out of Shekinah) to our *B Land of Havilah ATL Triumph (04-06 EX90 VEE) who scored an EX90 at Linear Appraisal this year as a 4 year old. Excel got a very solid yearling score of 83 +V+ at this year’s Linear Appraisal, and I expect him to continue to mature very nicely fill out in his barrel/chest area even more as he continues to grow. He excels (no pun intended) in his Rear Legs, and is Very Good in his Front Legs, Feet, and Dairy Strength. Our Linear Appraisal was on September 3rd, and he has already grown a lot more (bulked up) since then.
*B Land of Havilah SJ Carbon
***DNA on file***
DOB: April 2nd, 2017
Carbon is bred for strong milk production – he is from my heaviest milking line here at our farm, as well as having BLISSBERRY R ROCKIN’ ROBIN (multiple times on the Top Ten Breed Leader list) on BOTH SIDES of his pedigree. His dam, Jubilee, is one of my favorite does and she has one of the very best mammary systems of our entire herd – *B Land of Havilah ATL Triumph (04-06 EX90 VEE) is her sire (see his picture below) – and I’m excited to appraise her and get her back on milk test in 2018!
Please contact me with questions you may have:
This is NOT a goat, but may be of interest to someone. We have a farm tractor for sale – Allis Chalmers 1952 WD with 3 point hitch & attachments. $1500 Here are the specifics:
1952 Allis Chalmers WD farm tractor with 3 point hitch and attachments.
As Is. CASH ONLY, or PayPal is available provided that the buyer pays any PayPal fees.
3 point hitch with quick disconnect
Tricycle wheel arrangement
4 cylinder engine
It has a crank start available, but we do not have the crank
Single Bottom Plow
We also have a box of original parts and manuals that are included.
Needs new battery and front tires are flat.
Tractor ran the last time we used it, which was a few years ago. We used it to plow snow off our driveway.
Please see our Reservation page to reserve your Land of Havilah kid
Click here to see pics and info about our past goat kids. 🙂
Sales & Herd Health Info:
Our herd has tested negative for CAE, CL, Johne’s and Brucella. In addition to testing Negative, our herd is and always has been CL abscess free, and we have never had any signs of Johne’s. We test annually for CAE.
Our entire herd is G6S Normal, either by direct blood test or by parentage.
We participate in DHIR (official Milk Test), and ADGA’s Linear Appraisal. We hope to continue these programs every year.
Discounts are available for herds currently on ADGA’s DHIR (official Milk Test) program.
We run a Closed Herd – our goats do not leave our property & we do not offer Buck Service. We also practice strict biosecurity when visitors come to our farm. NOTE: We opened the herd for 2013 to bring in new bloodlines, this does not include opening our bucks for Stud Service.
Contact us for pricing. Prices for kids include my raising them until they are 8 weeks old. This gives them the best start possible for a healthy and productive life.
Purchase information – 1/2 down will hold the kid of your choice until they can be picked up at 8 weeks old. At that point (pickup of kid), the remaining 1/2 is due in cash. We will sit down together and register your kid online at time of pickup, if the kid you choose is offered for sale with papers.
* Price includes raising the kid(s) up to 8 weeks old, then the price will rise. I insist on raising the kids on our farm until they are 8 weeks old to give them the best start possible. I can normally keep them longer, but there would be an additional boarding fee to cover costs.
On Hold: means that an animal has been selected and that payment is supposed to be on the way to us. We allow 7 calendar days for a payment to reach us if coming from out of state, 4 calendar days in state. If payment has not been received by that time the animal is released for sale. We prefer PayPal payments to avoid this issue, buyer is responsible for all PayPal fees.
Sale Pending: means payment has been received, but kid is still on the farm pending shipment/pick up.
Sale Pending on Reservation: means that the kid was reserved under our Reservation Program. See current “Reservation” page
Sold: means that kid has left our hands to its new owner.
Reservation Information & Conditions to buy a kid from us:
Deposit: $100 deposit to reserve a kid out of any of our Does. Deposits from cancellations are not refundable. If the kid you reserved is born, and you decide not to complete the purchase, the deposit is not refundable or transferable.
PayPal: We now accept PayPal, provided the Buyer pays the fees. Please contact us to make arrangements.
Reservation Pending: This means that someone has contacted me and has said they are sending payment to hold a certain kid from a certain breeding. I will keep this code in place for 3 days, after that it will be removed if payment has not been received within that time and there has been no further contact with me in the meantime.
Reserved: This means that I have received payment to hold a certain kid from a certain breeding.
Information Needed to Reserve a Kid: In order to be places on a Doe’s reservation list, please contact me with your name, address, phone number and email address, along with the name of the Doe you wish to reserve a kid from, and the gender (buckling or doeling) of the kid you desire.
“First Choice” Reservations: When that kid is born from your Doe of choice, this is a first come first serve basis, first reservation gets *first choice kid. *We reserve the right to select any necessary animals for our own herd.
Payment specifics: Upon the birth of your reserved kid, half down (minus your $100 deposit) is due and payable at that time. (Non-payment within one week of birth will culminate in the forfeiture of your deposit and the kid may be offered for sale to another interested party.) The remaining half being due and payable in cash when the kid is 8 weeks old, or at the pickup of said kid (if before the kid is 8 weeks old). If the kid takes a bottle as well as being raised by their dam, it MAY be possible to purchase and pick them up before they turn 8 weeks old. If you are picking up your kid at the time of the final payment, cash is the only form of payment acceptable.
Registered Bucklings: I only register bucklings that meet my standards. If they do not, I will return your deposit. Only good quality bucklings will be allowed the privilege of carrying our herd name.
Pricing of Kids: Prices of unborn kids WILL go up after birth. This DOES NOT include anyone who has a reservation, so reserve a kid out of the doe of your choice now! 🙂 This price increase DOES apply to anyone on the waiting list. Reservations have their perks. 😉
Boarding Fee: Kids should be picked up by eight weeks of age. A $10 per day boarding fee will be charged after that time if no prior arrangements have been made ($5 per day applies when prior arrangements have been made.) Many times, I am able to keep them till they are 12 weeks old. This is especially true if you do not have access to goat milk to feed them. 🙂 I love these kids and want them to get an awesome start and be a blessing to your life. This is the foundation of their entire life.
Non-payment: Animals that remain unpaid for after eight weeks old (unless special arrangements have been made prior to that time), may be resold to another buyer and any money paid will be forfeit.
Buyer Responsibility Specifics: PayPal fees, health papers, blood tests requested by buyers, kennel needed and transport are the financial responsibilities of the buyer.
Buck (or Buckling) Breeding/AI Requirement: We require conventional breeding or semen for AI be made available to us from any buck we sell at the cost of collection.
Kidding Season: I fully intend to allow my does to raise their own kids every year, as that provides you with the healthiest kids possible, in my opinion. Our kids also take a bottle. Our herd has tested negative for CAE, CL, Johne’s and Brucella as of 2013. We test annually for CAE. See the Our Herd page for the date of our most recent testing.
Thank you for your interest in Land of Havilah Farm. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us. If you do not hear back from me within 1 or 2 days, then I did not receive your email, please try again.
– Kristie, MH, CEIT
Land of Havilah Farm Nubians