A Family Farm

We've been a closed, disease free herd since 2017

About the Breed

Myotonic or fainting goats, do not actually faint. Instead they lock up, which is caused by a hereditary condition called myotonia congenita. Their fainting ability stops them from jumping on cars or equipment or easily getting out of fence. They are considered a meat goat although we mostly sell as registered breeding stock and pets. They are very hardy and resistant to parasites. We are often free-ranging where the goats can eat poison ivy, wild roses, Virginia Creeper, and many more invasive and pesky weeds.  

To go to Myotonic Goat Registry Click Here