Country Charm Farm
All of our goats returned home from the Virginia Zoo in Norfolk at the end of October. We were so glad to see them! They looked great and adjusted back to their farm life wonderfully.
We spent the month of November breeding the does we wanted to kid in the spring. This year we have concentrated most of our breeding efforts with the LaMancha and Mini Mancha breeds. We were still able to breed a number of our NDG's. We would have liked to breed more but realized that come spring our barn would be over flowing. We are very excited about our breeding program and anxiously await the spring.
While Country Charm Farm is home to a variety of farm animals, our primary focus revolves around the Nigerian Dwarf goat and the Kangal Dog livestock guardians . Our mission is to produce the highest quality Nigerian Dwarf goat and Kangal Dog as possible, striving to preserve ideal breed standards.
We follow select breeding practices in order to enhance and improve the quality of our animals with each generation; producing exceptional quality, healthy, happy animals. Our focus lies in providing quality over quantity; health over wealth. We strive to give our buyers the confidence they are purchasing a well cared for animal of the highest standards.
We have selected and bred quality animals with strong milk lines and excellent pedigrees. Four of our original goats came from CornerStone Farm, Along with the CornerStone Farm lines we have some very strong pedigrees from such reputable farms as Caesar's Villa, Goodwood, Gay-Mor's, Tranquility Acres, Rosasharn, 4 Fun, Enchanted Hill, Stonewall, Little Tots Estate, and Pocket Sized. We are very pleased with the overall pedigree combinations we have been able to blend together. We are very hopeful this strong core herd has equipped us with the tools needed to continue to improve.
We are excited about our new additions to the farm. On Sept. 2nd we drove to South Carolina to purchase a 50/50 First Generation Mini LaMancha buck. We chose one of triplet bucks born to Little Orchard Kiss Me in March, 2014. As luck would have it we couldn't decide between two of the bucks and ended up buying both.
We look forward to the 2014 breeding season. 20 of our Nigerian Dwarf goats will return from the zoo in November as breeding season officially begins. See our "Breeding Lineup" for a list of our pairings and make your reservations early, this promises to be a very exciting year!
Halifax, VA. 24558 (434) 446-2130