Able Valley Farm

Always speak the truth and you'll never be concerned with your memory.

Welcome to my website!
Last updated: November 26, 2017

The 2018 Kidding Schedule has been posted.  Breeding is complete.  Kids should start arriving in February.  Stay tuned for updates.  
New bucks in the herd this year: I added a buck from Lauren Schifsky.  He is Aubrey's Acres Candy Crush out of Aubreys Acres Pherrari  x CH the Schifsky's TLC Farm Snick.  I retained two SG Shere Country MP Bollywood grandson's and her son from this spring.  Check them out on the buck page.  
Shere Country MP Bollywood was awarded a Superior Genetics Certificate on August 10, 2017.  We couldn't be more proud of her. Many thanks to Julie Shere for selling her to me in the fall of 2012.  

News Flash!!!

I got home about 9 pm on 6/14/15 from the Tri State Classic Goat Show in West Salem, WI.  It was a very successful show for my herd!  Grasse Acres Elvis became a finished Champion.  His record is: 3 grands, 5 reserves, 1 best of breed and 1 best of show.  Shere County MP Bollywood took a Grand Championship as well as 2 Reserve Championships.  Able Valley Farm Emma took a Grand Championship and a Reserve Championship (dry leg), and Heidi's Mini Acres Exquisite took a Reserve Championship.  So, we ended the show with 3 Grands and 4 Reserves!  I am one happy goat herder :)

All goats were tested for CAE in the spring of 2015 and all results were negative again.  The 2015 kidding frenzy is over but there are still some very nice kids available!!!

First kids of the year have started to arrive!  There will be lots of nice kids available.  Check out our kidding schedule to see the updates.

 Individual pages for all our goats have been created.  More pictures will be added after kidding and when it is nice enough to clip! 


As with most things in my life...this web site is a work in progress.  I hope to continue to work on it and make improvements as I go.  Please check back often.  You never know when I'll have an inspiration! 


Pictures of most of my Nigerians are posted.  Some are very good at showing the qualities of my animals, and some are not so good.  A photographer I am not.  What I can tell you is if you come see them in person, you won't be disappointed, AND, you might want to introduce these same qualities onto your farm! 

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me.  

email:  [email protected]

phone:  218-966-7199 

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