Our small family farm is located in the Piedmont area of North Carolina. We lovingly raise registered miniature goats (Pygmies and Nigerian Dwarfs) as well as registered miniature sheep (Olde English Babydoll Southdown and Harlequin). All are gentle, playful and make perfect pets.

with specific confirmation dictating for them to be "16-23" at the shoulder and have a deeper, wider barrel, shorter legs and shorter, wider faces than dairy goats. Their physical structure is often referred to as “cobby”. Pygmies have two patterns: caramel and agouti. Caramels range from white to dark brown. Agouti pattern includes shades of grizzled or flecked grey and/or brown. All have brown eyes. These diminutive bundles of energy are a never ending source of love, entertainment and fun – the perfect pet! A female goat is a “doe”. A male goat is a “buck”. A castrated male goat is a “wether”. Baby goats are called “kids”.  Member of NPGA.

Pygmy Goats

Pygmy goats (also called African Pygmy Goats and Cameroon Dwarf goats) are a miniature breed of meat goats – although bred today strictly as pets - that originated from West Africa. Many people refer to any small goat as a "pygmy", however they are a registered breed