Name: Lisa, Margo, Stacey, Bubbles, Hattie, Gavin, Squeak, Billy and Buck
Age: From 2 and a half years and unknown
Breed: Goats and Alpacas
Sex: Male and Female
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Due to the high number of applications we receive daily,
regrettably we will only be able to contact the successful applicant.
We have an amazing family of 7 goats and 2 alpacas looking for a home together. We could go on for days talking about this amazing family and it has been hard knowing what to write about them. They make us smile every day and all have their own unique personalities.
The family includes:
Gavin(goat): neutered male, born 6/4/19 is a gentle giant.
Squeak(goat): female, born 6/4/19 sister of Gavin, she is quiet but loves a head rub.
Stacey(goat): female, mum of Bubbles, she likes getting her own way.
Bubbles(goat): female, born 2/4/19, she is the clown of the family and is always getting into mischief.
Hattie(goat): female, mum of Gavin and Squeak, she is the wise older lady of the family and keeps everyone in their place.
Lisa(goat): female, sister of Margo, she is the most soppy goat ever and would love you to stroke her all day every day.
Margo(goat): female, she likes to do her own thing but also likes to get into mischief!!
Buck & Billy (alpacas): both are neutered males, very independent and happy doing their own thing, they would prefer very little interaction with people.
In the herd we currently have 1 goat that has tested positive for CLA ( Caseous Lymphadentitis ) which means they are classed as an infected herd. This means there is a low risk of other goats or sheep catching it and alpacas carry it but not affected. With this in mind having a separate field for them would be ideal.
You would need to have a CPH number from Defra and a very large field and ideally 2 fields so you can rotate in the winter. They would need a couple of field shelters and 5ft high post and rail with stock fencing.
Please contact us for more information.
Adoption fee: Minimum £300