DeHaven Family Farm
Goat Sales Policy
DeHaven Family Farm will only sell goats in pairs, unless you already have goats. Goats are herd animals and need companions. We care a great deal about our goats and want them to have happy, healthy homes. We strive to find the goat that fits our buyers needs.
All kids (as needed) will be disbudded, tattooed, dewormed and vaccinated for CD/T before leaving our farm. If purchasing a bottle baby buyer is responsible for administering CD/T and booster. Kids must be picked up by 8 weeks of age. There will be an additional charge if we keep the kids beyond 8 weeks of age.
DeHaven Family Farm reserves the right to retain any goat born on our farm. If you have any questions about our sales policy, please contact us and we would be glad to assist you. DeHaven Family Farm terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. We sell our goats on a first come, first serve basis. If you want to purchase one of our goats please contact us to place a deposit on the goat.
Pricing- prices are listed on our "goats for sale" page.
Once you select your goat, a 50 percent deposit per goat is required to hold your goat(s) until pick up. Any goat not picked up by the pre set date or weaning will be charged $5 per day boarding fee. Any goat not picked up after 30 days of pick up date will result in all deposits being forfeited and the goat being put back up for sale. When we have received a deposit on a goat it will be marked as "Sale Pending". We will accept a check/money order for the deposit as long as it is received within 7 business days of conformation of purchase. Final payment must be made in cash at the time of pick up.
All deposits are non-refundable.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats are registered with ADGA (as applicable) . Kids are sold with the registration applications for ADGA. It is the buyers responsibility to pay the registration and transfer fees. Adults are sold with the certificate and bill of sale. It is the buyers responsibility to pay the transfer fee and put the goat into their name. A goat must be in your name to register any kids born on your farm.
Buyer is responsible for all transport fees and arrangements when using an independent transport service. We will do our best to accommodate the transporter but make no guarantees. Buyer is responsible to know the interstate shipping requirements for the states being traveled. The cost of Health Certificates, as well as any other testing requested by the buyer, is the responsibility of the buyer. Please, let us know in advance if you need a Health Certificate as it requires a vet visit. It must be paid for before we will schedule it.
All fees must be paid before the goat(s) can leave our farm.
We guarantee our goats are healthy when they leave us. We do not have control over what happens once they leave our farm and make no guarantees once they have left our property. If you can no longer care for the animal, it may be returned to us. Please note that any animal that is returned forfeits any refunds.