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The following goats are available through our courtesy listing program.

This is a place where individuals can list their own goats. We have not seen these goats in person, and do not necessarily know the owners.  New Moon Farm takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the description, the condition of the animals, or any aspect of the transaction. We are offering this free service simply to help connect those looking to place their pet goats with other pet owners.

Updated 3/9/17


Pip, Robin and Huckleberry

  • Age: 4
  • Size: Medium
  • Gender: Wethers
  • Breed: American Alpine
  • Rehoming fee: $100
  • Contact: Mary

Pip is a healthy four year old American Alpine wether. He likes to run and twirl around in the air. I have had Pip, along with his brothers, Huckleberry, and Robin, since they were babies. I bottle fed all three. All three goats are sensitive and affectionate, but at four years old, big and rowdy. They like people and have never seriously challenged me, but I now have some medical issues and have become timid about interacting with them as a group. They are too much for me to manage with their size and horns and head butting play. It’s difficult for me to separate them out for hoof trimming. Pip is probably the most difficult to trim. All three are halter trained.

Huckleberry  is a healthy four year old American Alpine wether. He is a little bit shy and at the bottom of the group hierarchy. Huckleberry has the most straight forward temperament.

Robin is a healthy four year old American Alpine wether. He is serious and loving. Robin is the easiest to trim.