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a tiny family farm...

Nigerian Dwarf goats, all sorts of chickens, a mini donkey named Beth... and plans for much more.

We try to live with intention here by fully understanding and appreciating what we consume and use in our lives. It is too easy to be wasteful today and we believe that by witnessing the blood, sweat, tears, life, and death that go into everything, we are better stewards of it.  We make soap with fresh raw goats milk, that we hand milk from our girls, and we currently make a few other all natural body products.  We also share some of our favorite recipes (when we have the time) here in "Recipes & Stuff", but be warned... they are not low in calories or flavor.

 

Products

 
 

Pasture raised eggs

We have several dozen eggs available every week that we sell first come first served. Our hens go outside every day and free range. Chickens that get to live natural lives outside foraging, produce eggs that are much more nutritionally dense than most store eggs. "Cage Free" eggs from the store may not be exactly what you are thinking, considering that regulations only require 3ft per chicken to be counted as "Cage Free."  Studies show free range eggs have 1/3 less cholesterol, 2/3 more vitamin A, 3 times more vitamin E, 1/4 less saturated fat, 2 times more Omega-3, and 7 times more beta-carotene that caged egg options. 

$4.75 a dozen if returning our carton for refill

$5.00 a dozen with new egg carton

WE HAVE NO EXTRA EGGS RIGHT NOW.  

We will update this page when we do. Thank you for your interest!

Our eggs will vary by size, shape, and color.

Our eggs will vary by size, shape, and color.


Livestock

On occasion we will have livestock for sale. This will only be 1-3 times a year. The breeds we have here on the farm: 

  • Nigerian Dwarf and Mini Nubian Goats - Our animals are not heavily handled and may need time to warm up to people. They come up to us every day but if you want to pet them and handle them, they will be a little shy. We only handle the babies every few days, unless there is a problem. The younger you get them, the more attached to humans they will be. Also after having a bad experience with "disbudding" the babies horns (at the vet & all babies had deformed horns come in) we have decided to continue our herd babies with horns from now on.

  • Chickens - Maran, Easter Egger, Olive Egger, Turken, Bantam Cochin, Wyandotte, Rhode Island Red, Barred Rock, and our barnyard mix for a wide range of colors. 

 

 

nigerian dwarfs

2019 Bucklings

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mostly tan

This little man is the son of Ginger and Rascal. Ginger is full blood but is not registrable and Rascal (the father of all our kids this year) is a star registered buck. The great grandfather (to all of this years kids as well) was Grumpy and is from Double Durango lines and had a star milker mother. This boy is mostly tan with some white markings and the usual golden eyes. Born March 11th, he should wean around mid May but we are open to him being bought sooner as a bottle baby. This is something you should consider if you would like your goats to be more attached to humans.

$110

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frosted black and tan

This boy is mostly Nigerian dwarf but he does have 1/16th Nubian. His mother has a good udder and his grandmother is one of my better milkers. Both his father and grandfather were star registered Nigerian dwarf bucks from top dairy milkers and very good lineage. He is from the same line as Ganache and Espresso. He is mostly lightly frosted black with a tan bottom half, white markings, and frosted ears. Born March 11th, he should wean around mid May but we are open to him being bought sooner as a bottle baby. This is something you should consider if you would like your goats to be more attached to humans.

$110

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almost solid black

We were calling this boy Licorice because he is almost solid black with frosted ears and a white spot on his head. He is full Nigerian dwarf from registered star sires for 3 generations. His mothers side is not registrable though, so neither is he. He was from a single birth from one of our smaller girls. So far he seems to be an average size though. Born Feb 26th, he should be weaning now and mostly foraging with some grain available every day.

$110

2019 Doelings

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Espresso

Espresso is mostly Nigerian dwarf but she does have 1/16th Nubian. Her mother has a good udder and her grandmother is one of my better milkers. Both her father and grandfather were star registered Nigerian dwarf bucks from top dairy milkers and very good lineage. She is from the same line as Ganache. Born March 11th, she should wean around mid May but we are open to her being bought sooner as a bottle baby. This is something you should consider if you would like your goats to be more attached to humans.

$250

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Tart

Tart is mostly Nubian but she does have 1/8th Saanen from her mother. We did not know her father or his lineage but her mother has been a pretty good milker for us so far. She is mostly black and dark brown, with a white spot on her head and a white ring around her belly. Born March 11th, she should wean around mid May but we are open to her being bought sooner as a bottle baby. This is something you should consider if you would like your goats to be more attached to humans.

$250

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Ganache

She is mostly Nigerian dwarf but she does have 1/16th Nubian. Her mother has a good udder and her grandmother is one of my better milkers. Both her father and grandfather were star registered Nigerian dwarf bucks from top dairy milkers and very good lineage. Born Feb 28th, she should wean around late April but we are open to her being bought sooner as a bottle baby. This is something you should consider if you would like your goats to be more attached to humans.

$250 - SOLD

 

chickens

 

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Roosters

Several breeds available now. They are on high protien meat feed and forage daily. Most are between 2-4 months old currently. We have Barred rock, Olive Egger (Maran/Easter Egger), Marans & Easter Egger.

Email for more info or specific pictures.

$8


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Our Story

Seven years ago we were living in the big city of Houston, TX when we realized that our goals were to move back to the Fort Smith Arkansas area (where we both grew up) and build a more self sustainable lifestyle. 

After getting our humble 7 acres, we got Nigerian Dwarf goats and expanded our breeds of chickens. This breed of goat has some of the highest butterfat content (like cows milk) and if we were going to drink goats milk, we wanted it to taste like cows milk. Our chickens lay all colors of eggs and we plan to be always increasing our egg colors. 

 

Connect with us

 

We are on Instagram, all our photos shown here and there are ours. We love trying to capture the beauty of everyday life. We also have a page on Facebook. If you've enjoyed our products, please leave us feedback on Facebook or Etsy! Please contact us if you've had any issues or have any questions at all. 

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LOCATION

Spiro, Oklahoma 74959

CONTACT

sneedacres@att.net