Home of goats, guineas and plenty of other fun farm stuff.

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Above: See Rupee's kids meet the adult does for the first time. 

Left to right are: Millie, Mony, Rupee (head through fence), Cherry, Dance, Divy and Star on the far right.

We're proud to be members of the newly formed Dakota Goat Association (DGA). Membership is open to anyone interested in goats for any purpose, including dairy, meat, companion, fiber, fainting, pack animals, etc.
Registered Nubian Goats

Harner goats are hand-raised  in west central North Dakota with an emphasis on structural soundness, milking ability, health and personality.   Our herd began with quality goats from two recognized North Dakota herds: Dream-Sum and Honey Flatts. We've brought in new bloodlines from show and strong milk production herds including Kecskemet in Connecticut, Kasey's Kids in Pennsylvania, Old*Glory in Texas, Pruitville in Louisiana, and Iron-Owl and Hidden Meadows in Oregon with Kastdemur, Foxwood, Lakeshore and Lynnhaven goats just a bit farther back. Kids from our herd will give you fresh genetics. If you enjoy looking at pedigrees, we've got some interesting ones.

We participate in the American Dairy Goat Association's Linear Appraisal program to have a double check on the structure of our animals. All individual scores are listed with those does on their page. We're in the second year of participation in DHIR milk testing, so there's verifiable production records on every doe. I weigh and record each doe's production at every milking. Those barn records are available for serious buyers.

We do health testing for diseases like CAE, brucellosis, Q fever and Johnes disease to maintain a clean herd. We've never had CL abscesses, but vaccinate as a prevention measure. Our herd has tested Normal for G6S - a genetic disorder found in Nubians.

We hand raise the kids on raw goat's milk - the same stuff we love to drink. All kids are disbudded and tattooed shortly after birth. We socialize them as much as possible, because we know friendly goats are easier to handle.

Take a look around and see our farm. You'll notice most of the photos show our animals in their natural positions. I rarely clip udders and usually don't take photos when there's 12 hours of milk in their udders...because I'm busy milking. 

Update - Beginning in May, 2019 we'll be offering milk shares in our goats. Shares are currently the only legal way for you to obtain fresh, raw (unpasteurized) milk in North Dakota. See the "For Sale" page for more information.

Very soon we'll be offering goat milk soap and lotion.


There's plenty more to come on this site, so please check back often.