The herd in the woods in fall.
Jane's doelings in the cuddle box.
Spring garden on a goat farm.
Day of play.
Opal and Jane clean their plates.
The hens avoid the snow.
Rest time for dams and kids.
Waiting for breakfast.
Bit O'Honey and her sister, Kitkat.
Welcome to Awee Farm in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. We are a small (11 acres) farm raising Nubian and mini-Nubian dairy goats. Our herd consists of 9 miniNubian does, 1 standard Nubian doe, 1 standard Nubian buck, 2 miniNubian bucks and a wether. Five miniNubian does are bred and will kid with 5th generation kids. The first kidding is expected on or about, March 10, three others will kid later in March. Princess Leah, the standard Nubian will kid on or about April 18 and 1 miniNubian will kid in June.. All animals are registered either with the American Dairy Goat Association or the Mini Dairy Goat Association. Every animal is handled at least twice daily making them very friendly and easy to manage.
Our goats are from strong milking lines giving us rich milk for all our family’s needs. We test for CAE annually with consistent negative results and pride ourselves on maintaining a healthy, hearty, and well-managed herd of happy goats!
Four MiniNubian does are bred who will kid with 4th and 5th generation MiniNubian kids. Polka Stripe Farm Peanut is due to kid on March 10, Awee Farm Sweet Suzie Q on March 15, Sandy Hill Farm Cassiopia on March 21, and Kallista Princess Kate on March 22.
If you are able to provide a healthy, loving home for our MiniNubian kids, please contact us.
Preschool Visit 2010