"My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style." ~Maya Angelou
*All of this seasons kids are now sold. We will have lots of gorgeous babies in the spring of 2019, check out our doe and buck pages to view our stunning breeding stock. The pairs to be bred this year are listed below with photos. Our info page has a lot of goat news about buying from us and about our policies.
Please contact us to be added to the wait list for next year's kids.
Call or text me at 248-766-2822 to be put on the waiting list for next year. It fills up fast! Or email me at email@example.com. And to see more great pics follow us on Instagram: MYDAISYHILL or our farm Facebook page under Daisy HIll Farm. Photos of past kids who sold are below. Our herd is tested regularly for diseases and was tested in April of 2017 for CAE, CL, and Johne's and was clean. Go to our info page and doe and buck pages to check out our beautiful herd.
*Please note, we do not loan out our goats for goat yoga or lawn mowing, nor do we sell them for meat. These are our beloved pets who we take great pride in raising and caring for. Silky's our our passion and not just a passing fancy!
The Breedings of 2018
In Order below: FJF Deacon to Chammie, Primrose and Gypsy
In order below: Rdreamfarm's Lark Spur to Suki and Crystal
In order below: Signature's Voodoo to Posey Poo, Lacey and Meadow
In order below: ILF Domino Joe to: Miss Sable and Maggie
The kids of 2018:
These were 2017 kids who all went to great homes.
Below are kids from last year, 2016. They all went to great homes.
These were 2015 kids below.
Daisy Hill Farm is located in Clarkston, MI. The home was built around 1870 and was originally a large scale dairy farm. We love the charm and character of the old farmhouse and its various outbuildings. The property is 7 acres and includes a well pump house which we converted into a large chicken coop, a new custom designed goat barn, a garage, and a tractor garage which now houses all of the motorized toys. There is also a new front pasture and run-in for the mini donkeys, and a custom tree house that was constructed by my husband and some good friends/neighbors. The goats (and llama), have their own large pastures in the back of the property, which have been expanded over the last few years. Much of the grounds had been neglected by the previous owners, so we have been very busy turning it back around since we first bought the farm.
"Love what you do, and prepare to dedicate your life to your passion. It will not always be easy or fun, but nothing will reward you more." ~author unknown