Grace Hill Farm – ADGA Registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats

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Hay for Sale – SOLD OUT!

Orchard Grass – Next Available Summer 2022

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Goats for Sale

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Goat Milk Soap

We are currently making our handmade Goat Milk Soap. Check out our current soaps!

Raw Goat Milk

We have fresh and frozen Raw Goat Milk for sale for animal and craft use. Please contact us for availability.

We Breed for Quality


Confirmation
Milking Bloodlines
Show Quality

Grace Hill Farm is a small home-style farm located in Eastern Central PA focusing on Nigerian Dwarf Goats. As a member of the ADGA DHIR program, our goal is breed confirmation, milking bloodlines, and show quality goats.  Our herd is regularly tested and have negative results for CAE, Johne’s, and CL as well as up-to-date on CDT and Rabies.

 

As a Schuylkill County 4H member, we show our Nigerian Dwarf Goat herd as well as produce farm-based products like Raw Goat Milk, Goat Milk Soap, and Orchard Grass Hay to support our local community needs.

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Ultrasounds done today... confirmed 8 does bred and 3 we think are bred but confirming via blood test. What does this mean??
LOTS OF BABY GOATS ARE COMING THIS SPRING!!!!!

However, the biggest surprise came today when we did an ultrasound on a doe who we didn't think was bred. Not an 'oops' breeding. Quite the opposite! We've bred her for 3 years in row with no success. We were sure she didn't take this year either as there was a bit of bloody discharge at day 21.

So during the herd ultrasounds today, our vet (Dr Justin Cunfer) decided to take a peek to see what's happening in there. As soon as the image came up on the screen, I saw these little 'c' shaped things on the uterine wall. Knowing they were not what you would normally see in a doe that isn't pregnant, I immediately started pesting the doc for some info. He politely told me to be patient and continued to move the ultrasound around while he worked in silence. We were all silent. Waiting. It felt like forever but I'm certain it was several seconds later when he pushed the button on the ultrasound to freeze the screen and there it was... A BABY!!! I started to cry as did my daughter, Emily, who continued to have faith that our beloved doe was pregnant despite all of the negative signs saying otherwise. I even think vet assistant Megan Coombe Troxell may have teared up knowing what we've tried over the past three years to get her pregnant and seeing the joy we felt. We will be praying that she continues to have a healthy and blessed pregnancy and kidding... so without further ado... apparently this breeding happened... about 2-3 months ago and worked!

SG India Blue Endless Love 2*M bred to A Little Funny Farm Spiderroll *B
Confirmed bred with 1 (hoping it's a doe!)
Due as early as 3/9 or as late as 4/8. Like I said, we didn't think she was bred but thinking the later date is more realistic.

Thank you, Dr Justin Cunfer and Megan Coombe Troxell, for not only some amazing news today but all the ideas and help you've provided to get us this far! All the research, the discussions, the support! We couldn't be happier!!

For our full breeding schedule, please check out our website:
www.gracehillfarmpa.com/breeding-schedule/
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Ultrasounds done today... confirmed 8 does bred and 3 we think are bred but confirming via blood test. What does this mean??
LOTS OF BABY GOATS ARE COMING THIS SPRING!!!!!

However, the biggest surprise came today when we did an ultrasound on a doe who we didnt think was bred. Not an oops breeding. Quite the opposite! Weve bred her for 3 years in row with no success. We were sure she didnt take this year either as there was a bit of bloody discharge at day 21. 

So during the herd ultrasounds today, our vet (Dr Justin Cunfer) decided to take a peek to see whats happening in there. As soon as the image came up on the screen, I saw these little c shaped things on the uterine wall. Knowing they were not what you would normally see in a doe that isnt pregnant, I immediately started pesting the doc for some info. He politely told me to be patient and continued to move the ultrasound around while he worked in silence. We were all silent. Waiting. It felt like forever but Im certain it was several seconds later when he pushed the button on the ultrasound to freeze the screen and there it was... A BABY!!! I started to cry as did my daughter, Emily, who continued to have faith that our beloved doe was pregnant despite all of the negative signs saying otherwise. I even think vet assistant Megan Coombe Troxell may have teared up knowing what weve tried over the past three years to get her pregnant and seeing the joy we felt. We will be praying that she continues to have a healthy and blessed pregnancy and kidding... so without further ado... apparently this breeding happened... about 2-3 months ago and worked!

SG India Blue Endless Love 2*M bred to A Little Funny Farm Spiderroll *B
Confirmed bred with 1 (hoping its a doe!)
Due as early as 3/9 or as late as 4/8. Like I said, we didnt think she was bred but thinking the later date is more realistic.

Thank you, Dr Justin Cunfer and Megan Coombe Troxell, for not only some amazing news today but all the ideas and help youve provided to get us this far! All the research, the discussions, the support! We couldnt be happier!!

For our full breeding schedule, please check out our website:
http://www.gracehillfarmpa.com/breeding-schedule/

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