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About Kirk Farms 

We started this crazy goat journey in 2017 with the purchase of our first ADGA-registered Nigerian Dwarf does, Ruby & Iris.  We instantly fell in love with these miniature goats with huge personalities. So much so, we expanded our herd in 2020, during the pandemic. Sabrina received a certificate in "Dairy Goat Herd Management" from the Southwest Wisconsin Technical College in Fennimore, Wisconsin in May of 2021. 


Loving the journey we were on, we participated in our first goat show to "dip our hooves in" so to speak, as well as participated in the American Dairy Goat Association's Dairy Herd Improvement Registry (DHIR) with Ruby & Iris.  Both Iris and Ruby obtained their milk stars on their milk tests! Then, in September of 2021, our herd participated in the Linear Appraisal process.  This information helped guide us through making some tough but necessary cuts to the herd and purchasing a few more to line up our breeding plans for the next couple of years. 


In 2022, we welcomed 9 new kids in February & March. Three doelings have been retained from those breedings to integrate into our foundation herd.  We said goodbye to our beloved herdsire as he went south to continue his legacy and we welcomed a new herdsire "Tiny Hill Farm HR Gambler" to carry us into 2023 and beyond.  


Iris & Ruby


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