TERMS AND CONDITIONS
DEPOSITS: Currently accepting names of individuals who are interested in offspring from planned breedings. Once you are notified of availability of a kid you are interested in, a $150 deposit will hold the kid of your choice for 30 days from the date of its birth when it will need to be picked up. We can continue to raise your kid until weaning at 8 weeks of age for an additional fee. The prices on the breeding schedule are for pre-ordered kids and may be subject to change on those that are not pre-ordered. In the event that your kid is not born or dies, the deposit can be transferred, held over to the following year, or refunded. Deposits will not be returned simply because you have changed your mind. We accept Paypal and/or checks, however the buyer is responsible for all bank fees due to non sufficient funds. Animals will not leave our property until we have verified funds have cleared.
HEALTH PAPERS: If required, are the buyer’s responsibility and the buyer will be responsible for any fees incurred . Please allow us at least two weeks to obtain needed health tests and paperwork.
SHIPPING: We can generally meet buyers within a couple of hours from our home for the cost of fuel. We are about an hour from the Boise (BOI) airport and can work with you on shipping from there in the spring/early summer months. Crates, airfare and the cost of roundtrip fuel to the airport will be the buyer’s responsibility. If you chose to work with a ground transport shipper, we are about ½ hour from I84 in several directions and could work out arrangements to meet with the shipper at the interstate if they do not wish to make the side trip to the valley.
HEALTH GUARANTEE: We guarantee the health of your kid/goat as it leaves our property. It will leave current on vaccinations, worming, disbudding and will be castrated (if you so choose). Once it leaves our property, however, we are no longer responsible for its health and refunds will only be issued upon paperwork from a veterinarian stating that death or illness is in fact the result of a genetic condition and not the result of herd health management. Due to health and bio-security concerns, once an animal has left the property, it may not return