Our Mini Nubians

We manage our herd organically and naturally with access to large pasture areas every day and test for CAE, CL, Johnes, and Brucellosis. When I get this site all the way updated you will be able to access each goats pedigree. We have good foundational lines in our herd, Screaming Goat Farm, Goat Trails, Green Gables, Sunflower Ranch, and Echo Hills. In the meantime you can Contact me for more information

The Robin’s Moonshadow

Moonshadow puts the fun in goat ownership! She always has an extra little leap or hop on her way through the herd. She is sweet and gentle, never too busy with her antics to lean in for some loving. She freshened last year with a very easy to milk udder, but we dried her off soon after getting her. We will keep you updated on the capacity and quality of her milk this year. We expect a strong 2nd freshening. Her mother, Screaming Goat Farm Blue Moon had really good capacity and consistently sweet tasting milk. Her father, Green Gables Eclipse has milk stars in his line. 


Screaming Goat Farm Yaveah

The name Yaveah is inspired by the Hebrew word for "moon". She was born the week of the Super Blue Blood Moon and as you can see she has beautiful moonspots. A very friendly goat she is always one of the first to come by me when I'm out in the field and she stays near my side. She is long in body and has a nice Roman nose. We may breed her this year in December to Goat Trails Adar. His dam, our Sunflower Ranch Aspen, is a dream to milk with a long lactation. Yaveah's dam, our Screaming Goat Farm Kaitlynne, has great capacity and a high attachment. We are expecting great milk from these two lines. 


Sonflower Ranch Aspen

Aspen is the easiest of all our goats to milk. She has a soft udder with good teat placement, and large orifaces. This means she produces a lot of milk and it comes out easy and fast when you milk her. This is very good because she is quite a bad little goat on the milk stand. She squats, kicks, lays down, and has even learned how to escape. Regardless, between her genetics and love for food we have worked it out. Since she is so easy to milk, I usually have no trouble filling my bucket while she’s still busy with breakfast!

Babka Farm Rena

Moon shadow's Doeling


Babka Farm Betsy

Moonshadow's koeling 


Babka Farm Rhiza

Aspen's Doeling


Babka Farm Charity Abideth

Charity is a quiet goat. She is not shy to come and visit with me, but tends to stay busy with "goat things" like eating, resting, and playing with the other goats. Her mother, our Green Gables Hope of Victory, is a very sweet goat with a great udder. We will wait until next year to breed Charity to Goat Trails Adar in hopes of a softer udder with the same or increased capacity. 


Babka Farm Faith Abounds


Faith is Charity's sister. She is very people social and loves to get attention. Thankfully she stays on all fours and does not jump on me because when she was young I was her trampoline! She has the same coloring and moonspots as her sire, Goat Trails Half Pint. We will wait until next year to breed her also. We are considering breeding her to Screaming Goat Farm Gibor-al as long as they both grow to be about the same size. His dam, our Screaming Goat Farm Kaitlynne, has smaller size teats and Faith's dam, our Green Gables Hope of Victory, has long teats. We'd like to see if we can get something more average in size by pairing these two in 2019


Screaming Goat Farm Snippet (Beauty)

Love this goats face! The white snippet on her nose is how she got her name, but we call her Beauty for her elegant gait and stunning features. She has such soft and gentle lines with the most tender expressions. We are excited to add her lines to our herd and look forward to her first freshening.