Tennessee Myotonic goat
The goats of this breed have a host of names: Myotonic, Tennessee Fainting, Tennessee Meat, Texas Wooden Leg, Stiff, Nervous, and Scare goats. The names refer to a breed characteristic known as myotonia congenita, a condition that can cause startled goats to fall down. The breed's history can be traced back to the 1880s, when the goat came down from Nova Scotia, and quickly spread across the central US, from Tennessee to Texas. The Tennessee Fainting goat breed is gaining attention for its combination of meat traits with reproductive efficiency, and it is increasingly recognized as an important genetic resource in the United States.
Yellow Wolf Farm is a small, diversified farm located in Walkertown, right outside Winston-Salem, NC. We sell naturally raised meats, eggs, goat milk soaps and lotions . We do not use antibiotics, medicated feeds or hormones on our animals that produce our meat, eggs and milk. Our cattle, sheep and goats are completely grass-fed and finished. (more...)
We are a family run farm that raises Huacaya alpacas, Myotonic (fainting) goats, heritage Narragansett turkeys (for the holidays), German hybrid Angora rabbits, India Blue pea fowl and rare Black Copper Marans chickens, near Chestnut Ridge in the Laurel Highlands of PA. We raise them for breeding, pets and 4-H projects. (more...)
Small historic farm located in Frederick county Maryland. We raise grass-fed and grass-finished lamb, goat, pork, rabbit and eggs. All of our animals are pastured resulting in more nutritious and better tasting meat and eggs. Seasonal produce year around (e.g., tomatoes, beets, beans, peppers, etc.). (more...)
Vanguard Ranch is an African American family produce and goat farm located in Gordonsville, Virginia, about 60 miles northwest of Richmond. My wife Chinette, and me (Renard) raise free range, Spanish-Kiko, Valero breed goats with nurturing care and attention to their needs for running free in open grassy spaces. Our meats are wholesome and pure. (more...)
We have scaled back our operation and we are no longer open to the general public. Sorry, maybe again someday. (3/28/2013)(more...)
We are a small family farm, located in Doyon, which is by Devils Lake, ND. It has been in our family for many generations. We raise vegetables, fruits, chevon, lamb, goats, chickens for butchering on CSA subscription, eggs for sale, grass feed beef and Norwegian Dole horses. (more...)