Kentucky. We raise a CAE free herd (tested negative June 2013) of ADGA registered
Purebred Nubian dairy goats. We sell most of our kids during our annual kidding season in
order to maintain our smaller herd size. Our goal is to produce the finest milkers and
"show quality" animals by using the finest breeding stock available.
My passion for Nubian dairy goats initially began in 1983. I began raising dairy goats so I
could provide my family with fresh goat's milk. Besides milk, they made excellent pets and
my three boys all loved playing with them. My boys are all grown now with families of their
own. So that leaves me time to focus on my Nubian kids. I rejoined the American Dairy
Goat Association in 2003.
I prefer the Nubian breed due to their beauty, personality and higher butterfat content in
their milk. Nubians can display an array of colors and the long pendulous ears with their
Roman noses make them distinct. Each Nubian's personality is very unique. Besides
being very talkative, they are smart and can keep things pretty interesting on the farm.
There's no doubt why we fell in love with the Nubian breed. Many others have fallen in
love with them too; making Nubians the most popular breed in the United States.
Although I do not show my goats, I attend as many shows as possible. The first National
Show that I attended was in Indianapolis, Indiana. I was so surprised that we were allowed
to walk around before the shows to look at all the beautiful animals. This is when I started
talking to all the breeders from the top herds. I was not only impressed with the quality of
animals but those udders!!! I continue my journey in getting the best show and milk lines
for my breeding stock here. My lines include Kastdemurs, Wingwood, Saada and Hoanbu.
Our farm is registered with the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA) under the herd
name N. KY WindyAcres and Kentucky Hills. We are situated 35 miles south of Cincinnati,
Ohio and 60 miles north of Lexington, Kentucky. Please take the time to look around our
site to learn more about Kentucky Hills and Nubian dairy goats. If you have any questions
or comments, please use the Contact Us page. If you wish to reserve a kid, we require a
deposit of $75. I will notify you when your kid is here as soon as possible. If you do not get
the kid you reserved, your deposit will be refunded to you immediately. We are currently
taking reservations for 2016 kids, Breeding and Kidding Schedule.
| Spring kids 2016, I have
one nice Boone buck kid