Another Crazy Goat Lady

Wily Critters Farm in Graham, Washington is dedicated to producing quality miniature livestock on a small scale. I select and breed for excellent health, correct confirmation, friendly, cooperative dispositions, and family production volume. In addition to miniature goats we have miniature ponies and llamas. They keep me busy, make me laugh and generally make life wonderful.

I acquired a group of polled Nubians in 2017. They will be maintained as a distinct herd. The older does have Linear Appraisal scores from 80 to 87. The lines they come from tend to score higher as they age. I occasionally use one to strengthen my Mini herd and continue my quest for mostly polled kids. There are some small Nubians in the herd. These will definitely contribute to my Minis. I have Purebred Nubians and low generation Mini Nubian kids available mid-year.

This is my personal herd. I raise my goats for milk, yes, but mostly because I love goats. They are the kindest, silliest animals. The first things I see out the window every morning are my goats. And sometimes a llama or two. 

I do my best to select goats with good dairy traits, health, conformation and attitude. If you're interested in background and pedigrees, please contact me. The Nubian based herd is G6S normal. CAE testing is done annually for breeding goats. New goats, including rescues and pets, are tested for CAE, CL and Johnnes to ensure biosecurity. I purchase from responsible breeders and keep complete health records. I live near and work with several of that rarest of creatures, the goat vet.