Wallow Hollow Farm is nestled on 18 acres in the scenic valley of Summerville, Georgia. Established in 2013, WHF is the realization of a dream that was many years in the making. After owning goats of the pet variety for almost 10 years, I wanted to learn and do more thus the great caprine adventure officially began!
I have owned a few different breeds over the years, but my heart belongs to the Mini LaMancha so I made the decision to simplify to focus on the one breed. The Miniature LaMancha is a cross between a standard size LaMancha and a Nigerian Dwarf. Both are dairy breeds and the goal is to produce hardy, productive, mid-size offspring.
My goal at WHF is to raise healthy, correct, quality dairy goats. Planning to participate in DHI (milk test) in 2020!
Here at WHF, I feed ADM Dairy Goat Power 16%, locally grown bermuda hay, western alfalfa, and Sweetlix 16:8 Meat Maker loose minerals. The herd is closely monitored for signs of parasites using fecal egg counts and FAMACHA scoring and dewormed accordingly when the need arises. Each goat receives a copper bolus two times per year, an annual CD/T vaccine, and hooves are checked and trimmed as needed. Kids are raised on a coccidia prevention protocol. Our herd is tested annually for CAE.
I strive to place goats in loving, conscientious homes where they hopefully will be enjoyed for many years to come!
Please take a look around the website and contact me if you are interested in one (or more!) of our available goats.
Herd tested CAE negative October 2, 2018, via BioTracking (results available upon request).