~Quail Meadow Farm~

We do not have any animals for sale at this time.  Please check back in the early spring of 2018 for baby Nigerian Dwarf goats.  


We feel our animals deserve the best care possible and our job is to be good stewards of  what has been given to us. Utmost attention is given to our nutrition program, breeding program, and farm management practices.  We believe in raising livestock naturally without growth hormones or chemicals. Our goats have free choice minerals available to them at all times, as well as Thorvin kelp, and plenty of grass/alfalfa hay and fresh water.   If you have any questions about our farming practices, don't hesitate to contact us.​​

Kidding Schedule​ 2018

LCF Minuet and Castle Rock Hennesey Venom
Projected Kidding Date: March 9, 2018

QMF Meg and Castle Rock Man in the Moon
Projected Kidding Date: March 25, 2018

QMF Morning Glory and Curbstone Valley Tommy
Projected Kidding Date: July 1, 2018

QMF Audrey and Curbstone Valley Tommy
Projected Kidding Date: June 24, 2018


LCF Minuet
Born: June 17, 2011
Sire: Alethia C Master Musician
Dam: Little Corral Farm Lupine

Minuet is our first grand champion doe and for very good reason. The judge said she is the perfect miniature version of what they look for in a full-sized doe.  Minuet  has amazing body and udder capacity and stands on correct feet and legs.  I would describe her as our most powerful doe, standing slightly uphill and level from chine to rump. She passes on her traits to her daughters and every year I want to keep a doe out of her because I can't help myself.  Two of her daughters have been retained, LCF Morning Glory and LCF Meg. They promise to be perfect versions of their dam, and then some! She is due the first part of March and is bred to Castle Rock Hennessy Venom.

LCF Morning Glory
Born: April 22, 2014
Sire: Castle Rock Hennessey Venom
Dam: Little Corral Farm Minuet

This doe....everything I hoped for from Minuet and Hennessey Venom (aka Barney). She is a long, level doe who stands on solid feet and legs.  She is dairy from head to toe.  She is delicate and feminine, but not fragile. Her udder is capacious and after her first freshening she looked like she had the udder of a four year old.  She is the easiest doe to milk with nice sized teats.  This is not the best picture of her and as soon as she freshens this year I plan on getting some good pictures.  Everything about her is impressive and to top it off she has the sweetest personality.  She is due in June and is bred to Curbstone Valley Graham Thomas.

Born: May 6, 2016
Sire: Castle Rock Hennessey Venom
Dam: Little Corral Farm Minuet

This is the most awkward picture of this beautiful girl.  A new picture coming soon! A full sister to Morning Glory, she is a copy cat version.  She is long and level and like her sister,  very dairy and feminine.  As I've watched her grow, I am more and more excited to see how she freshens.  If she's anything like her mom and sister, she'll be hard to beat.  She will be kidding the end of March and looks like she will have one or two kids.  She is bred to Castle Rock Man in the Moon.

LCF Audrey
Born: April 29, 2016
Sire: Castle Rock Man in the Moon
Dam: Little Corral Farm Morning Glory

This little girl stole my heart from day one.  She is miss personality plus some.  As she's grown, I've wondered why I kept her...a late bloomer for sure, but she's been worth the wait.  She just recently had another growth spurt and now I know why I kept her.  Besides doubling up on Castle Rock genetics, she has a promising future on the milk stand.  Her dam gave us copious amounts of milk her first freshening and I'm going to assume this girl will, too.  A wide bodied, solidly built doe who doesn't have quite the feminine qualities her dam possesses, but with her strong genetics she's bound to blow us away when she freshens.  I'm excited to see her continue to mature.  She freshens for the first time in June and is bred to Curbstone Valley Graham Thomas.


Castle Rock Hennessey Venom
AKA Barney
Born: February 16, 2013
Sire: CRF Castle Rock Guy Noir
Dam: CRF Castle Rock Tesla 2*M 

This buck has revolutionized our little herd.  If it needed to be fixed, he has fixed it.  If it didn't need fixing, he has solidified it.  He's has been worth his weight in gold.  His daughters are long, level , angular does who stand slightly uphill and have incredible udder capacity and shape.  He has improved teat length and medial as well as attachments. On top of it all, he is super friendly and throws the friendliest kids.  Temperment is super important to me and besides the genetic mark he's made, he has the best personality. 

Curbstone Valley Graham Thomas
AKA Tommy
Born: February 25, 2017
Sire: Camanna RZ White Zedoary
Dam: Curbstone Valley Mojave Rose 3*M

When we started keeping daughters out of Barney, I knew at some point I was going to have to look for another buck.  I have drooled over Camanna's goats for years but knew the possibility of ever getting one was slim to none.  When I called a top notch, local breeder and asked her if she had any bucks for sale, she said she just had one...a young buckling out of a daughter of her elite doe and her Camanna buck.  Needless to say I jumped. This little guy has some big shoes to fill, but he has all the right genetics to do it.  I'm so excited to add him to our line up this year.  He was bred to LCF Audrey and LCF Morning Glory. 

​Picture coming soon.....

Castle Rock Man in the Moon
AKA Gimli
Born: February 25, 2017
Sire: Castle Rock Graupel *B *S
Dam: Ch Castle Rock Moon River 3*D

Gimli is owned by Lil Milkers Valley.  Dawn has been gracious to let us "borrow" Gimli when Barney's daughters are ready to be bred.  Gimli comes from a long line of great genetics and we are grateful to have been able to use him.  This year, LCF Meg is bred to him.  

Sales Policy

~ All animals are reserved on a first come first served basis.
~ In order to reserve an animal, a non-refundable $100 deposit will be required.
~ Failure to arrive on the agreed day of pickup, without prior notice, will result in forfeiture of your animal and deposit.  The animal(s) will be reslisted for sale.
~Placing a deposit on an animal is your committment to purchasing that animal so if you change your mind and choose not to purchase a reserved animal, your deposit will not be returned.
~All animals must be paid for in full before leaving the farm or they do not go. Period.
~All baby goats can be registered with ADGA but paperwork must be completed at pick up.
~Goats are herd animals.  We will not sell a single goat unless other goats are owned.
~We will charge a boarding fee of $3.00 a day if your animal(s) is not picked up on the agreed upon day
~Goats will not be sold for meat.
~All goats will be dehorned. No exceptions.
~ All  goats will have received their first vaccinations and deworming.  It is your responsibility to finish the rounds of necessary vaccinations. Recommendations of vets can be given upon request.
~If the gender you want is not born we can roll the deposit over to another breeding or refund your deposit.