Welcome to Our Farm

Last updated 3/22/2017

We have 6 bucks available. Their Castle Rock dams and sires have proven themselves and the dams easily put 1/2 gallon or more, each day, in the pail right now. You can review milk records, linear appraisal scores and see that two are SGCH does, by SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage +*B*S .They are priced accordingly from $575-1200. Please see our sales page for more details.

Two of our SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage +*B*S daughters are now finished champions! He has 8 champion daughters to date, 5 SGCH.

SGCH Castle Rock River of Rain 1*M who earned her Superior Genetics designation as a 2 year old.

SGCH Castle Rock Breakin My Heart 6*M who earned her Superior Genetics designation as a yearling. In 2016, she ranked in the 94th percentile, nearly missing the Elite Doe list.

Our 5 retained junior does earned their restricted leg in 2016, all were sired by Castle Rock Clark’s Nutcracker.

Our 2017 kidding schedule reflects the current animals available, as does our sales page.

All does & bucks have once again tested negative for CAE and CL as of December 2016. Milk tests occur every 3-4 weeks.

SGCH Castle Rock Breakin My Heart finished her during her first show weekend as a second freshener. Her paternal sister GCH Castle Rock River of Rain finished in July, earned a Best Udder in Show in May and many RGCH ribbons this season. We are looking forward to Champion Challenge in 2017.

Our juniors have been doing quite well too! All 5 earned their dry legs, and have brought home many RGCH ribbons. I have been quite impressed with their show ring manners.

We would like to congratulate Castle Rock Farm on SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage +BS, as he made it on ADGA’s Elite Buck list in 2015 & 2016, as well as earning his Superior Genetics designation in 2015. We are proud to have 3 of his daughters and 3 granddaughters.


We are proudly breeding and showing ADGA registered, Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats, with an emphasis on production and personality. We  participated in our first Linear Appraisal in June of 2015 and have been participating in milk testing since 2015

We continue to test and promote a healthy herd, free of CAE and CL disease, with annual testing.

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