Sales &Pricing Policies
Baseline Pricing Schedule
DAM ACHIEVEMENT PRICE
Base Price (FF - First Freshner) $450
Base Price (2nd or more freshning) $500
RGCH win (each), and/or $25
Champion Leg (each), or $50
Best Udder and/or BIS $50
RGCH Restricted Leg $25
Restricted GCH Leg (Junior/Dry Doe) $50
Unrestricted RGCH Leg $75
Unrestricted GCH Leg (Doe In Milk) $100
Permanent Championship (in lieu of other legs) $250
PERFORMANCE (MILK AWARDS)
Advanced Registry Milk Star *M $50
Generational stars _*M ea $25
Star Registry Milk Star *M $25
ADGA Elite Doe $100
E on Mammary (Linear Appraisal) $50
Score 90+ (Linear Appraisal) $50
ALL AROUND AWARDS (MILK & CONFORMATION)
Superior Genetics (SG) Designation $100
Star Buck *B $25
Plus Buck (+B) $50
Score 90+ (Linear Appraisal) $50
Finished Champion $100
SG Designation $50
Elite Sire Award $50
Earned by Buck's Dam
Dam is final score 90+ $25
Dam has SG Designation $25
Dam awarded ADGA Elite Status $25
Dam is finished champion $50
OTHER SUPERIOR GENETICS AWARDS
Dam's Dam SGCH $25
Dam's Sire SG $25
Notes about pricing: The above pricing schedule is what we use to baseline price our kids. Kids may be more or less based on confirmation, pedigrees and other factors. We reserve the right to alter and adjust pricing at any time, before and after birth. This schedule can also be changed at anytime.
If you are interested in purchasing one of our goats, please use the form on our kidding page to be added to the wait list. We do not charge a deposit in advance to be added to our wait list. When the kid of your choice is born and available, we will contact you within three days. If you accept we will charge a $100 non refundable deposit, due within 24 hours. We accept cash, Paypal and Venmo. Once the deposit is received we can schedule a pickup date. If the deposit is not received we will move on to the next person on our list. Deposit will on be returned if we cannot fill your reservation due to our retaining of the kid, death, illness, injury or death prior to possession being exchanged.
Buyer agrees to take possession of purchased animal on scheduled pickup date. If the animal is not picked up within 48 hours of a rescheduled pickup date, buyer shall pay a $10/day boarding fee until pickup. If animal is not picked up within 30 days the deposit, rights to the animal and any paid monies shall be forfeited to the seller.
Seller agrees upon date of sale and upon full payment of animal, Seller agrees to provide the ADGA registration papers and/or transfer of ownership form(s) to Buyer. Buyer agrees to complete the full transfer of ownership through ADGA and/or AGS (if applicable), at Buyer's expense within 30 days of date of sale.
1. SELLER makes no guarantees, expressed or implied, including any guarantees to health, color, height, reproduction (other than the ADGA Recommended Trade Practices), show quality, milk production, scurs, etc. We do not offer any health or wellness guarantees after the goat has left our property since we cannot control the management of said goat(s) once it leaves our farm. We encourage BUYER to understand that travel and management change is stressful to said goat(s) and the BUYER is strongly encourage to make environment & feed transitions slowly to reduce stress to said goat(s).
2. SELLER guarantees said goat(s) is healthy at time of sale and BUYER has the option to review the condition and health of the goat, including any veterinary examinations or additional health testing at BUYER'S expense. Should the desire results not be obtained, reservations can be refunded or applied to another available goat.
3. All registration applications (ADGA) will be provided to BUYER at time of pick up, if applicable. Wethers will NOT come with ADGA registrations papers, but an ADGA Certificate of Identitiy can be provided by request.
4. All kids will be vaccinated, tattooed and/or castrated if applicable, and disbudded (unless previous arrangements have been made for horns) before leaving for their new homes. They will also have all appropriate hoof trimming, vaccinations, and supplementation completed for their respective age(s).
5. Should a doe be sold as a pet