Know well the condition of your flocks,
{And} pay attention to your herds........
Proverbs 27


This is the aspect of goat keeping that we do not look forward to. In order to make room for some promising new kids from our current breedings, we have to make hard decisions every summer on who to keep, and which will move on to another herd. If you are looking for an immediate milk supply for your homestead or dairy, please let us know if one of our ladies may meet your needs. You will also find wonderful pet goats, as well as kids who show potential for as 4H and show prospects. Many of our does are top ten milkers as all of our goats come from the top milk and show lines in the country


When I get inquiries about purchasing goats I always ask this question first ~Why do you want to own goats? Which is always a good question to ask yourself as well. *smile* Of course there is no "wrong" answer ~ but your reason (s) will help ensure that the Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats you purchase from Joyful Hearts Farm will meet your specific needs and goals ~ whether it be showing, home dairying, acquiring new breeding stock, brush clearers, or as family pets.

At Joyful Hearts Farm we are very proud of our beautiful goats. Our breeding goals aim for correct little dairy goats that will be a pleasure to own, no matter what your goals may be.


We initially made a huge investment in acquiring the highest quality foundation animals. This is reflected by Milk Stars (for example: *D's and *S's and *B's that you see after the goats name); by high Linear Appraisal scores, Classification scores, show wins (MCH/ARMCH), etc. We purposely keep our herd very small so that each goat gets quality care and individual attention.


We have tested our herd annually since our first goats arrived in 2005 for CAE & CL via WADDL to ensure our buyers that our herd is disease free. We have a Licensed Vet draw the blood, so you can trust our test results to be accurate and true. We also back up our claims by providing whole herd test results to our buyers upon request. Our last testing was done April 2014 for CAE, CL, and Brucellosis ~ Negative for the 9th year in a row!!

We are available after your purchase to provide ongoing support.

In early summer we prepare each buck and doe for the upcoming breeding season. We do this by giving herbal, vitamin, and mineral supplementation. Prenatal care continues throughout pregnancy, and after kidding. We also carefully evaluate who each doe will be paired with in order to hopefully produce the most outstanding kids. Our does are then bred from late Summer through late Fall, with kids arriving early January through March. Once in awhile we will breed a couple of does for Fall kiddings. Check the kidding schedule for updates.

We dam raise our kids, but also combine bottle feeding whenever possible. This is producing hardy, healthy kids for us that are also people friendly. Read what others are saying about their Joyful Hearts dam raised kids! Buyer Testimonials . Our kids are put on an Herbal deworming and cocci protocol beginning at 2 weeks of age, as well as probiotics, and mineral supplementation prior to kids leaving our farm. We disbud and tattoo for you as well.

If you are thinking of starting out with these wonderful dwarf goats, or are looking to add some new genetics to your existing herd, please consider a Joyful Hearts goat or two! =)


Nothing Available ~ Please Check back in 2015


Nothing Available ~ Please Check back in 2015


We do sometimes offer a mature buck when he no longer fits into our breeding program, or if we need to downsize our herd. If you are interested in any of our current bucks, we suggest reserving a 2015 buck kid!
We only offer bucks from outstanding mammaries. Bucks kids offered for sale that do not end up selling may be retained for our own breeding program and offered for sale at a later date for a higher price once they are proven herd sires.

Kealoha, 3 months. Oh he was being uncooperative here!

2 1/2 days old, a keeper from the start!

Kealoha, 4 weeks old
All Photo's by Fern

Kealoha's Dam, Joyful Hearts DS Tiger Tracks 3*D; 2013 LA: VEEV '89' 3rd freshener, 18 days fresh, 11 hour fill
Photo's by Fern


Joyful Hearts P Kealoha
2014 YS LA: V++ 'Very Good'

DOB: 3.3.14



SIRE: Algedi Farm DJ Piper LA: EEE '90'
(+*B GCH Algedi Farm Drops of Jupiter *S LA EEE 91 (deceased) x CH Algedi Farm D Capella LA: VEEE '90' E )

DAM: Joyful Hearts DS Tiger Tracks 3*D; 2014 LA: +EEV '87'
(*B Rosasharn Dakota Skipper *S LA VVE '88' x Joyful Hearts CAVMaile 2*D, LA: VEVV '86')

Kealoha's Pedigree

Aloha's dam, "Tia" has very strong, VERY long lactations, as does her littermate sister, and granddam. At appraisal last year, her appraiser said she was "that close" to getting an E on her mammary. Hopefully this summer, when she turns 5 yrs old, she will! She scored VEEV '89' under one of the toughest appraisers last year, but this last appraisal she was in one of her "moods". She loves to tuck her rump when she gets nervous, and unfortunately, she did just that and the appraiser marked her down for GA, which I did not agree with at all.

Aloha's sire, Piper, scored an EEEE '90', however, he went OH due to having very sharp withers, so was marked down to an '89'. All of Pipers daughters have been very well under the height limit, he actually appears to be a down sizer buck! Piper's pedigree speaks for itself!!!!

Aloha is extremely well bred, and this is a great opportunity to add these genetics to your breeding program. I only have 6 does now, and have medical bills piling up, so I have, very regrettfully, decided to offer this promising young buck to another herd where he will be appreciated and USED!!

Aloha excells in general appearance, has a level topline, is long bodied, sharp, angular, and dairy. He stands on straight front legs, having an excellent rear leg set with plenty of width between the hocks, and very good feet. His deep red coloring is icing on the cake! Like all of our bucks, he was dam raised for the first 5 weeks, and then "finished" being raised as a bottle baby.

$650 FIRM!!

Kealoha's GranddamCH Algedi Farm D Capella LA: VEEE '90' E

Kealoha's GranddamMCH/CH Jobi Lacie *D LA: VEEE '90' E

Sorry ~ our wethers are Sold Out for 2014! Check back Winter 2015! Or reserve one today!

Wethers make the BEST pets ~ as well as making wonderful companions for a doe or buck. They also make excellent weeders!!
Note: We do not sell single goats unless you already have another goat as a companion! )

All of our wethers are sold as Bottle Babies, unless weaned at time of sale. Each baby wether will be disbudded (unless polled), given their first BoSe shot at 1 month old; hooves trimmed at 1 month of age. Health Information, Baby Bottle/Pritchard Nipple (if purchasing a bottle baby) & a Care Sheet will also accompany your new babies!

Also, check out our Kidding Schedule

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| First Fresheners | Reference Bucks | Reference Does
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