Available Animals



Now that we have regrouped from the fire, and a cross-country move, and freshened more does than we ever intended to, the next phase is to significantly reduce the size of the herd. Both as part of narrowing our focus on dairy type and production in our herd, and to keep the workload managable. As such, throughout the remainder of 2023, we will be listed a number of senior does, dry yearlings, and bucks for sale. Some homestead milkers, sold without papers, may also be available once the waitlist has been exhausted. If you have not purchased from us before, please complete the pre-purchase questionnaire so we can avoid the initial 20 questions, and rehome our goats efficiently. 

We are happy to answer questions, but serious enquiries only, please. We run a busy farm, with kidding season looming. Please respect that the herd has our priority for our time and attention.

CVI’s can be obtained, at buyer’s expense, for interstate transport, but may be delayed if your state requires additional health testing. 

A 50 % deposit is required to hold any animal listed below.



Curbstone Valley River Blythe

Curbstone Valley River Blythe 2*M (5*D Pending) AR VVVV 87

– $ SOLD –

Born: April 27, 2018

Sire: Castle Rock Roxstar *B
SS: Caprine Acres HS Cooper +B
SD: GCH CRF Castle Rock Roxanne 1*M *D AR2461 VEEE 91

Dam: SGCH Castle Rock River of Rain 1*M 4*D AR VVEE 90
DS: SG Castle Rock Cleveland Sage +*B +*S AR HS **Elite Sire** 2015/16
DD: CH CRF Castle Rock Moon River 3*D AR 2531 EEEE 91

DNA: PQ   |   α S1-Casein: A/B

(Pictured Dry) Retained daughters, Moselle, & Shenandoah

Dry Yearlings 


Curbstone Valley River Blythe


Curbstone Valley River Blythe

Our goats are registered with the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA), and the American Goat Society (AGS), and are eligible for registration with the Nigerian Dwarf Goat Association (NDGA).

We maintain a disease-negative herd, and test all members of our herd annually for CAE and CL. Fecal PCR testing for Johne’s disease is conducted through the California Animal Health and Food Safety (CAHFS) Laboratory at UC Davis. New additions to the farm are quarantined and tested when they arrive on the farm before being introduced to the herd. Our herd was last tested February 2024, and has always tested negative for CAE, CL, and Johne’s disease.