Double Durango Farm was established
in 1998. It became a life long dream and mission to have a "place for a horse in my own backyard"...so
thank you to my poor Dad and husband for putting up with me ALL those LONG years until it became reality! Thanks mostly
to God, my Savior, for all good things come from Him and without Him we would be nothing!
You will see all sorts of things here on our website...from horses and goats
to ponds and fish and our miniature donkey Indy and our miniature horse Wipeout and most recently our Appaloosa
llama Tina! We are glad you are here and found us...in
2005 we added Nigerian Dwarf goats to our farm. We fell in love with this breed (Dianne admits it is because
they looked like miniature paint horses running around in the pasture!). Check back often and email us to be put on
our email list for future baby kids born and check back on our "goats for sale" page often as we will post
photos and info as each one becomes available! Even though we do not ship our babies by air we have had buyers
drive in from many states in the Southeast and as far away as Michigan and Maine! For all the non-goat people looking at the site, yes, the
udder photos are necessary. We test our herd yearly for CAE/Johnes with always negative results. We participate
in milk testing and have had several does earn their milk stars and we plan on Linear Appraisal in the near future.
We have had many Double Durango does earn their Superior Genetics and a couple have earned the ANDDA bronze Sue
Rucker JuJu awards. We are striving for more finished Champions and more milk production awards in the near future!
See the extent that a goat can be spoiled!....ahhhh, the life of a goat here at Double
Durango where we have Six Flags for goats!!! If you are considering adding goats to your life and want to
come visit our farm we do offer farm tours (by appointment only and for a feed donation fee) you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for details! See our farm tour page! We also have added goat yoga classes so be sure to see our goat yoga
page for more information and dates of next class!
Thanks for visiting our site and God Bless!