Goats are owned by Cindy Graham in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Managed by Jo-Ann Livingstone co-owner of Toney Bay Stables in Port Howe, Nova Scotia.
In partnership with Sunnyholme since 2014.
We are striving to breed quality Miniature Silky Fainting Goats for both show and pets. All our breeding stock are MSFGA Registered. Kids will be disbudded ( if you want them left horned full payment will need to be made by the time they are 11-14 days old ) , vaccinated, tattooed or micro chipped and registered with possible exception of whether's . Wether's will be banded when you get them.
WE WILL NOT SELL FOR MEAT.
Fainting Goats Don’t Faint
While many Myotonic goat breeders refer to their animals as “fainting goats,” Myotonic goats don’t actually faint. They’re affected by a genetic disorder called myotonia congenita that, when the goats are startled or scared, causes skeletal muscles, especially in their massive hindquarters, to contract, hold and then slowly release.
Episodes are painless and the goats remain awake (they often continue chewing food they have in their mouths) until the stiffness passes.
Website designed by Xavier LeBlanc, and co-managed by Jo-Ann Livingstone.