Selectively breeding quality Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats since 1997.
We raise our Nigerian Dwarf goats for excellence in dairy quality, conformation and temperament.
Why choose Grasse Acres?
-CAE and Johnes free! No CL abscesses have ever existed in our herd. Whole herd testing done annually.
*2016 whole herd testing for CAE and Johnes are all negative again!
* 2015 whole herd testing for CAE and Johnes are negative
Testing done for CL, TB and Brucellosis all negative
-All necessary immunizations provided
-Disbudding and neutering on site
-Routine herbal worming, hoof trimming and grooming
-Rotational pasture raised with grass mix/alfalfa hay supplemented
-Farm grown quality hay, farm raised blended grain concentrate and vitamin supplements (including free choice kelp, selenium, and loose minerals)
-Dam raised but daily TLC given to socialize (bottle fed on request)
-Clean environment (including playgrounds)
-ADGA herd appraisals done (scores available through ADGA)
-Mentoring offered to new goat owners. It is important that all customers are happy with their new kids and that they receive the best of care after leaving our farm.
Our mission is to provide an environment and breeding program to produce top quality Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. We are firm believers in preventative care and raise our own (chemical free) grains and hay.
News in 2016…
This year we will be on DHIR milk test with ADGA! Results will be posted as soon as we get them!
Congratulations to Kim Roman on her doe’s success in the show ring receiving a Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion in Grasse Acres Ana’s first show! Very proud of this and of the other show news we have received from others too!
News in 2015…
As of June 2015, Grasse Acres is a Wisconsin licensed mini-caprine dairy farm! Milk is sold to the Door County Creamery in Sister Bay, WI
Future milk producers
Congratulations to Susan Kuha of Able Valley Farm! Her buck, Grasse Acres Elvis, became a finished champion this year, 2015!!!! His record stands at 3 grands, 5 reserves, 1 best of breed and 1 best of show!
ADGA Linear Appraisal was completed on July 30, 2015. We are very proud of our goats and were very happy with the knowledge and professionalism of our appraiser. We especially appreciated the time she spent with us giving feedback and answering questions! See the More About Goats page on this website to see information regarding understanding linear appraisal scores.