Barakah Heritage Farm

Goats For Sale – Glen Rock, PA, USA – 2023

Selling goats since 2009 – 14 years of satisfied customers

Spending too much on grain and other inputs?

New to goats and feeling confused about how and where to get started?

Having trouble with parasite resistance or recovery (resilience)?

Goats dancing on your cars, climbing fences, or yelling loudly enough to wake the dead?

Looking for a multipurpose family homestead goat that can produce meat, milk and possibly fiber?

We have your goat solution!

Contact us today!

email: or phone 717-759-4242

Find us in Glen Rock, Pennsylvania USA - visits by appointment only please

Which breed should I choose?

Fainting or Myotonic goats are a multi-purpose American heritage breed that excel at efficient meat production but also yield moderate amounts of rich milk and some have short-fiber cashmere.  Fainting goats are known for being docile, easier on fences and quiet.  Fainting goats have a very distinctive breed type that is based mostly on head and body conformation. They also have a muscle condition called myotonia congenita. This inherited trait leads to an overall increase in muscle mass so that the goats are very muscular when compared to other breeds of similar size. This trait is so distinctive that it is easy to confuse the trait with the breed. However, the Myotonic goat is much more than just a myotonic condition; it has a host of other consistent traits that are very important and need to be conserved for future generations.

Several important characteristics are typical of the breed:

  1. Docile temperament
  2. Myotonia congenita leading to stiffness and muscularity
  3. Abundance of high quality muscle
  4. Good adaptation to low-input forage-based feeding systems
  5. Genetic distance from other breeds such that crossbreeding yields great hybrid vigor.
  6. Easy kidders, excellent mothers, and twinning typical

Golden Guernsey goats are a rare endangered breed of dairy goat from Guernsey in the Channel Islands in the United Kingdom, where it has been known for more than two hundred years.  They are golden in color, and smaller and more fine-boned than many milking goats and are very docile and very friendly in comparison to other milking breeds.  Guernseys are exclusively for dairy production, producing an average yield of 6.97 pounds of milk per day with high butterfat and protein content (3.72% and 2.81%, respectively).

Several important characteristics are typical of the breed:

  1. Docile friendly temperament
  2. Good adaptation to low-input forage-based feeding systems
  3. Golden to reddish longer haircoat with gold skin tone
  4. Moderate milk production of higher protein and butterfat milk
Next kids planned for spring 2023

Myotonic or Fainting Goats For Sale

Next kids planned for 2023

Fainting x Golden Guernsey Cross Goats For Sale

Ask us about our package pricing and special offers for selected farms/homesteads/families

FREE mentoring package included with your goat purchase

  • Signed copy of The Energetic Goat by Carrie Eastman
  • Downloadable alternative + conventional first aid kit checklist
  • Downloadable basic supplies list
  • Weekly live Skype support call
  • Skype video evaluation of your goat setup

Bonus FREE breeding for your Oak Hill doeling(s)!

Contact us now to secure your free annual breedings

No need to maintain a stinky buck in separate housing.  If you keep a closed and tested herd (ask us how) you may bring your doeling back annually to be bred to a buck of your choice.

Need more information about breeding?

Contact us today!

email: or phone 717.759.4242

Our Adult Breeding Stock

You can research pedigree details on the Myotonic Goat Registry website by using the Pedigree Database Search Tool.  Basic dam x sire information is included here.

2023 Breeding Bucks

Eye ColorMGR reg #
Mystic Kingdom O'MalleyMyotonicyesbrownC9072
Blossom View TitanMyotonicyesbrownpending
Juniper Farms Crossing Lakota (reference buck)Myotonic8643
2023 Breeding Does

Eye ColorMGR reg #
Blossom View DotMyotonicE7634
Skydance Farm RavenMyotonicbrownD6113
Oak Hill LatteMyotonicbrownB6488
RapunzelGolden Guernseyhornedbrown
GoldilocksGolden Guernseyhornedbrown

Don't see the kid you want?

We kid several times per year. Sign up for our eNewsletter to get birth announcements.

email: or phone 717-759-4242

Some general points about our herd and sales

Boys for sale as bucklings can be wethered (neutered) at buyer’s request.   Bucklings will not be wethered without a deposit plus a non-refundable neutering fee of $50.  The deposit and neutering fee are applied to your final total purchase cost.

Please carefully review our list of currently available goats.  We are happy to provide additional photos or video, or arrange a live video call on Skype or WhatsApp to finalize your choice.  We do not do on-site kid visits until a deposit is paid, as we have a very full farm schedule (including paid tours of the goat operation).

The price of the goat includes registration certificates OR signed application with MGR.

Kids can be picked up at three months of age or later.  We do this for their social development.

Our kids are dam-raised.  We do not sell bottle babies.  Kids may be shy at first.

We maintain a closed herd and currently have no known health problems. Nevertheless, we do not guarantee our goats are CAE/Johnes/CL free or free of any other diseases or health problems.  We CAN guarantee that all parents were tested and negative in the calendar year of your purchase, and the testing certificate is posted publicly on our website and Facebook page.  Some diseases can lurk and not show up on tests, and it is difficult to entirely remove transmission risk on any farm that has outside vehicles/visitors or wildlife coming and going.

Goats are herd animals and will be very unhappy if you just have one; they need the company of their own kind. Because we care about our goats, we will not sell just one goat to anyone unless they already have goats.

Males are neutered (wethered) using a burdizzo, which causes the testicles to atrophy.  Sterility is within days.  However full atrophy may take 3 months and the wether will retain a small scrotum for life.

Fainting behavior (myotonia) varies by diet, weather and other factors.  Barakah Heritage Farm does not guarantee the frequency/intensity of fainting (myotonia).  If fainting pictures are available for a specific goat, copies will be provided to the buyer.  MGR will accept goats with the degree of myotonia varying from no obvious myotonia to mild stiffening to frequent full fainting, provided other characteristics are consistent with the breed standard.

Our most recent negative CAE CL Johnes test results from WADDL

Please note the 2020 and 2021 test results are no longer applicable, as we rebuilt the entire herd with outside stock at the end of 2021 after the barn fire.  All goats listed in the 2020 and 2021 test results are deceased.

New stock brought in at the end of 2021 was tested or came from tested herds.  New stock will be tested again in 2022 prior to sold goats leaving for new homes.

2021 waddl (click to open)

2020 waddl (click to open)

Want more information?

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email: or phone 717-759-4242

2022/2023 Goat Sales Terms & Contract

download here:  2022+2023 Goat Sales Terms & Contract

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