Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for taking the time to read our FAQ page! If your questions are not answered here, please send us an email and we will get back to you quickly.
What kinds of animals do you sell?
We sell Nigerian Dwarf goats. Several of them have a small amount of Pygmy crossed in, but when you buy a goat from us, they are mostly Nigerian Dwarf. We will always update our "Sale Barn" page when we have goats available, and there we will specify if they are purebred or crossed! If there is no one on our sale barn page, we do not have any at that time.
Our llamas are our pets, and are not for sale.
Can we come out and meet your animals?
While we would love to share the fun with everyone, our farm is our home, and we have chosen to put that first. For this reason, we do not offer farm tours or visits. We do welcome you to follow us on Instagram at @dill.farm to see what goes on around here!
How do I get on your waiting list for baby goats?
We keep our website and social media pages updated when our waiting list opens and closes. It will be noted on our "Sale Barn" page and on both Instagram and Facebook pages. When it is open, you need to email us or submit a contact form. Please include the gender and number of goats you would like, and if you would like a purebred Nigerian Dwarf or one that is crossed with a small amount of Pygmy. If you don't yet know what you're wanting, let me know and I can help make suggestions based on what your goals are! There is no cost to get on our waiting list.
Can I buy just one goat?
Goats are herd animals and do not do well by themselves. They often become very stressed and end up with health issues when left alone. For this reason, we do not set just one goat at a time, unless it is going to a home that already has an established herd.
How do you know your goats are healthy?
We have a clean and tested herd, meaning that any goat we have on the property is negative for CAE, CL, and Johne's Disease. We monitor everyone closely every day and have an amazing vet available who examines and vaccinates them annually. We also offer a health guarantee for all baby goats sold.