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2018 Goat Kids



Kidding season is here and if you are interested in a 2018 baby, this is where you will find the most up-to-date info aside from talking with us directly.

We do not sell babies to single goat homes. Goats are herd animals and need to be with at least one other goat. Buyers must already have a goat, be in the process of buying a second goat (baby or adult) or buy two of ours at once.

All of our babies are disbudded, CD&T vaccinated, and come from a CLOSED CAE NEGATIVE herd.

PLEASE NOTE: Expected wean dates listed below are approximate!

We take deposits for babies on a first come, first served basis. Please scroll to the bottom of this page for information pertaining to each dam and sire. If you have any questions, please email thefarm@beamansfork.com or call/text 252-349-0004

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2018 Kidding Season$50 nonrefundable deposit to hold - Click photo to enlarge
DAM x SIREBREEDKIDDING DATEBOYSGIRLS
Matilda x Tick100% Lamancha1-28-2018

(Expected wean date: 3-26-2018) 

MERLIN
Solid black buckling
SOLD - GASKINS



MAISY
Black & Silver Roan Doeling
SOLD - SHACKELFORD
$125

Mabel x Tick100% Lamancha2-6-2018

(Expected wean date: 4-3-2018)

MARBLES
Tricolor
SOLD - KITTRIDGE

Greta x Tick100% Lamancha2-9-2018

(Expected wean date: 4-6-2018)
Twin boys

SOLD

Alice x TickNubian x Lamancha
(See below)
2-7-2018

(Expected wean date: 4-4-2018)




ACORN
Chamoisee Doeling
SOLD - SHACKELFORD
$125



ALOE
Black/Tan with silver roan
Doeling
SOLD - SHACKELFORD
$125



APPLES
Tri-Color w/ White Belly
SOLD - GASKINS


Annabelle x TickNubian x Lamancha
(See below)
3-23-2018

(Expected wean date: 5-18-2018)

ALVIN
Chamoisee Buckling
$75






BRITTANY
Chamoisee Doeling
$125









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SIRE: "SUNNY J WATCH ME IN ACTION"  aka Tick
BREED: 100% LAMANCHA
REGISTERED: ADGA  L1726619
DOB:  3/17/2015
HORN INFO: Disbudded
EAR INFO: Gopher
TATTOOED: Yes
COLOR: Black w/ chocolate roaning, frosted ears and muzzle. White belly markings.


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DAM: ABBIE
BREED: Nubian x Alpine

====RETIRED=====

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DAM: GRETA
BREED: 100% LAMANCHA
DOB: 2013
HORN INFO: Disbudded
EAR INFO: Gopher
COLOR: Black with tan face mask and legs

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DAM: MABEL
BREED: 100% LAMANCHA
DOB: 2015
HORN INFO: Disbudded
EAR INFO: Gopher
COLOR: Black & White spotted

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DAM: MATILDA
BREED: 100% LAMANCHA
DOB: 2015
HORN INFO: Disbudded
EAR INFO: Gopher
COLOR: Black & White spotted

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DAM: ALICE
BREED: 75% NUBIAN 25% ALPINE
DOB: 2015
HORN INFO: Disbudded
EAR INFO: Long
COLOR: Black with tan face mask and legs, white spots

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DAM: ANNABELLE
BREED: 75% NUBIAN 25% ALPINE
DOB: 2015
HORN INFO: Disbudded
EAR INFO: Long
COLOR: Mahogany/Dark Buckskin

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