order to end the confusion, my herd has been disbursed on
lease to a few farm friends due to a medical diagnoses that
will likely be quite a journey for me. I'm in hopes of
bringing them all back in 2019.
comment section of the kidding schedule, it's noted where
each goat stands.
Cindy, Patrick and Michael
Lebanon, ME 04027
All future kids will carry the
name Ole'Humble Acres as their registered names. Though I was
sure I had registered my farm
name, Humble Acres Farm, with
ADGA long ago, I was mistaken,
and the name was registered by
another farm in 2007.
pleased to announce that our....
herd tested negative for CAE, CL, and Johnes ~ May 2016
Because of my concern of bacterial, viral and
parasitical issues, I will no longer be leasing out
my bucks, nor offer driveway breedings.
Thank you for understanding my concerns!
Welcome to Humble Acres Farm! We are
nestled on a remote and cozy, 2-acre, humble
farm in Lebanon, ME. We raise Nigerian
Dwarf Goats not only for their manageable
size and temperament, but to also provide
our family with delicious, healthy milk;
with enough milk to also provide us with a
supply for soap making, cheese making,
kefir, ice-cream and more... the old
fashioned way!! All our goats are
registered; breeding for temperament,
conformation, milk and show!
American Goat Society
Dairy Goat Association
of this winter, 2011, I've decided to
maintain a closed herd! I do not show
my goats because of the deadly diseases
that can infect my animals in the show
ring. Because I don't have titles of
MCH or ARMCH, doesn't mean that you
won't be purchasing a quality animal.
Showing and earning ribbons, etc., means
being able to sell your goats at a much
higher price, of course, LA scores as
well. I've purchased goats from
excellent breedings, and they've failed
in the "udder" category, so really, you
just never know what you'll get, so why
pay top dollar!? I continually strive to
improve my herd. My top priority is
raising healthy, well cared for, and
show quality Caprine friends.