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Interested in one of our goats?

We do not take reservations, but we do keep an interest list.  PrimRose Hill reserves the right to retain any offspring from any breeding.  Preference will be given to established performance herds.

If you are interested in one of our goats or upcoming breedings, please follow the link for our Goat Interest Questionnaire.   This information will help us find you the best goat to help grow your herd and achieve your goals.

Goats will be offered to those individuals/farms on the interest list one at a time, according to their priority on the list.  They will be contacted based on the information from the Questionnaire.   48 hours after the offer has been made, we may make additional offers and/or offer the goat for public sale.  The goat will remain for sale until a 50% non-refundable deposit is received.  


All goats must be picked up or shipped within 28 days (4 weeks) of the deposit. The Buyer is responsible for transport, veterinary exam (if desired), and any other costs associated with the sale of the goat.  If goat is not picked up after the 28 days, the deposit is forfeit and goat will be re-listed for sale.   As mentioned,  transportation of the goat to its new home and associated costs are the responsibility of the buyer, but we are happy to help assist you in the search for a reputable transporter if necessary.  If multiple goats are awaiting their transportation I may offer to deliver/meet to help decrease stress and exposure for the goat for a transport fee.

All registered goats will be sold dis-budded, tattooed, hoof trimmed, and castrated (if a wether).  A copy of their medical records will be provided.  A buyer may request any health test or a pre-purchase exam through the veterinarian of their choosing at their expense. Our herd is routinely checked by Virginia Tech and we test our herd for CAE and Johne’s once a year. Click here to see our test results. We are happy to share all results.The goat/kid will be sold “as is,” and there are no warranties on the health of a goat after it leaves the farm.  Of course, we can not and do not offer guarantees regarding height, show quality, milking capacity or any other trait.  Refunds will not be given once the kid leaves the farm. We do not offer return of goats as we have strict biosecurity protocols before any animal can be brought on the farm. However, we do ask for first right of refusal for any animal we sell. If we are not able to take the animal back, we may be able to help with finding a suitable buyer/home.


In the unlikely event that a goat has a congenital defect (not acquired) that prevents it from breeding or conceiving,  we will work out a replacement from a comparable breeding.  This would require a written examination and report from a licensed veterinarian.  In this scenario, the buyer may keep the original goat but must forfeit the papers to be eligible for a replacement.

The following table gives a baseline idea of our pricing structure.  We reserve the right to adjust the price of any goat.



Goats are herd animals and will only be sold in pairs if a home doesn’t have other goats.  Kids can be sold as bottle babies at two weeks of age or after weaning (10-12 weeks of age).


For payment we accept Cash,  PayPal, or Venmo.  Payment in full is required by the time the goat departs Rose Hill .

Please contact us for more information or to request your Questionnaire so you can be placed on the interest list for your next goat!


Our pricing is determined based on the performance of a given goat's dam, sire and sire's dam, as well as our judgement about the quality of the goat and breeding in question. We make a large investment of time and money in the daily management and proving our goats through milk test, linear appraisal and showing. We offer a $100 discount off the total  price when two kids are sold together. Goats with a friend seem to adjust to a new herd much better than a single kid on its own. ​​