At J&M Farm we work to be remembered for what we contributed to the world and not for what we destroyed.
We also strive to maintain a small farm lifestyle for our descendants and for those living around us, so the heritage of farm life is not lost.
We gladly offer information to those interested in our farm. We often have several visitors come up our drive, attracted by our wide variety of livestock, who ask for tours and information. This is especially true in the fall, when the "leaf peepers" come to see the bright foliage.
All proceeds from goat's milk soap sales are used to help fund our efforts here at the farm. All the soaps are made from milk from our herd of Nigerian dwarf goats and pet goats.
Goat update: 3/26/2017
There are 2 purebred Nigerian wethers, 3 2016 ADGA & AGS eligible Nigerian does and 1 ADGA & AGS registered Nigerian doe available for sale at this time. Kidding began on 3/10/2017 with a set of triplet pet goats born to JM Farm DW Molly Malone. The rest of the does are due after April 9, 2017.
Sheep update: 3/26/2017
There are no sheep available for sale at this time. Lambing began on 1/28/2017 with the birth of JM Farm Jude's Charlene. Lambing currently stands at 13 of 15 ewes have lambed producing 10 ewe lambs and 5 ram lambs. More info on lambs on 2017 Lamb page.
There will be no waiting list for kids or lambs for 2017 as this has not worked to our satisfaction. Kids and lambs will be available on a first come first served basis. Kids and lambs will be posted when they are 9 weeks old. Lambing expected to begin end of February. Kiddingexpected to beginmid-April.
Sign up for our 2017 Lambing Newsletter or 2017 Kidding Newsletter for the latest information on lamb and kid availability. Get updates on lambs and kids a week before they are posted. Sent by email weekly as lambs and kids become available (lambs mid-April, kids mid-June).
To subscribe: Visit our contact us page and fill out the contact us form, selecting which newsletter under Service requested.