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Proud Member of

Guernsey Goat Breeders of America
Eric and Margaret Chamas
Ask for detailsSmithville, MO 64089
We love our boys!
Some of our "golden goats"
The cows are happy to be back on grass!

Our Goatzz page here lists animal profiles and breeding plans.

Reach out to us here or through the Goats On The Go page (http://www.goatsonthego.com/chamas) for more information about brush grazing. We cover Clay, Platte, Clinton, and Buchanan counties in Missouri, but with extra planning can do projects in an extended area.

Keep up with the farm through our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Storm-Dancer-Farm-574239916301965/

Our grazing/brush goat herd features Kiko and Boer X foundation does and is still growing. Our browsers are sturdy and parasite-resistant, independent but still willing to come say hello! They rely primarily on brush and grass or hay for feed, but still know what a bucket of grain is, to ensure adequate energy during the winter. Breeding stock and meat animals will be available in the future.

Our dairy herd gets as much grass as we can manage, but they are supplemented with grain to keep up condition and to provide for intense energy demands of producing so much milk. Right now we have a few Ober foundation does (including one black) and a gorgeous (experimental) chestnut buck. Our British Guernsey population is small but growing, thanks to the support of other nearby breeders. We hope to use quality Ober and chestnut genetics as breed-ups in the British Guernsey program, hoping to improve udder attachment and conformation without sacrificing the Guernseys' compact size, grazing ability, gentle temperament, and rich gold color. We think our chestnuts will be a great asset to the breed-up program!

Feel free to contact us with questions about the animals, grazing, or farming in general! We welcome visitors.

Farm Terms & Financing

Please contact us for information on animals for sale or potentially for sale. We do our best to track those who express interest in animals, especially regarding unborn kids. We will contact interested parties in the order in which they contacted us. We will contact the next party after two days of no response.

A nonrefundable deposit will secure hold on an animal. Pickup or transport must be arranged within a reasonable timeframe, or an agreement for longer-term holding established. Failure to respond to our communications within two weeks will forfeit hold on an animal.

No animals will be released until paid in full.

We offer stud service, both "single visits" and with boarding. All does coming to the farm must be accompanied by negative CAE and CL blood tests results from within the last year.

Welcome to the farm!

SDF is a small family farm producing healthy Oberhasli and British Guernsey dairy goats, some pastured Highland and mixed-breed beef cattle, and now offering targeted brush grazing services.