Our story with goats began for the health benefits of raw milk. My Grandson was not able to process any of the
available formulas. Our goat’s milk is also used to make products such as: cheese, kefir, yogurt, ice cream, soaps and more.
We are licensed with the State of Florida to sell our Goats milk for pet consumption. The real reward in raising goats is
seeing the happiness of our animals.
Through hard work and dedication we strive to maintain our goats optimal health. Our goats are fed perennial peanut hay,
tifton 44, grain mixture, feeding daily our soaked (at least 1/2 hour ahead) Mesh of Alfalfa cubes or pellets, Beet pulp, and
black oil sunflower seeds and a variety of special minerals are offered free choice. We try to practice holistic medicine when
possible as we feel nature is best for healing.
In our own management experience, we have been successful in raising healthy animals. Our goats are offered everything
they need to live a long, healthy life. We strive to breed for dairy strength, longevity, productivity, and an animal
with a sweet temperament. Our goats have tested Negative for (CAE) CAPRINE ARTHRITIS ENCEPHALITIS, JOHNE’S DISEASE,
\ Q - FEVER, and TOXOPLASMOSIS. These and other test are provided as needed. We raise our goats for Dairy, Show and Pets.
We don’t offer any of our animals for human consumption.
We also subscribe to many of the wholistic health approach philosophies of Fiasco Farms.
Our goats are on our natural herbal de-wormer program, which has led me to
subscribe to many of the other ways using herbal natural formulated herbal de-wormer and immune support. We not only
have a low worm load in our goats, horse, chickens, dogs, cats, etc.
Their coats are so soft and shiny. We are a believer in our natural herbs.
All our animals including the babies get their herbs weekly. We also do use chemical
de-wormers when needed. When given we are about the 10 days, 10 days, then given again in 10 days.
They are also fed the best quality Perennial Peanut hay we can buy, along with a nice grass hay.
Each one is given a small amount of grain with our formulated mesh.
Our barn area is cleaned out daily and disinfected in the ways we chose. Urine in the barn can make
for some very unhealthy breathing for goats. So, we do our best to keep it safe. The girls are given
fresh water every morning and checked in the evenings additionally whenever needed. Yes, it’s a lot of
work, but so enjoyable and we love our animals.
We never handle our goats’ teats without first washing and sanitizing our hands and their udders first.
Cleanliness is key to a healthy goat. And we keep them up to date on their tetanus boosters.
As noted above ALL OUR HERD TESTED NEGATIVE for: (CAE) CAPRINE ARTHRITIS ENCEPHALITIS, JOHNE'S DISEASE, Q-FEVER,