Farfetched Farm Homestead in Rosendale, NY


A small family farm in Rosendale, NY in the Hudson Valley, specializing in raising pedigree Nigerian Dwarf Goats. We raise friendly, colorful, show-quality miniature goats from exceptional dairy lines, registered with the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA). Our goats produce rich, creamy milk that we use to make delicious dairy products for our family and to share with friends.

Reserve Baby Goats

Some lines we are currently breeding with are: Rosasharn; Chenango Hills; Doubletree; Ole’ Humble Acres; Dreahook; Wood Bridge; Capra Salato; Blue Gate; Eros Suncatcher; and Flat Rock Farm. We breed for flashy colors and patterns, blue eyes, moonspots, and most recently SILVER GOATS. Yes, silver goats are a thing. And we have them. Soon we’ll have more… very limited supply.

Silver Doeling: Dreahook DEI Moonshell Sky


Babies Arriving in April, 2024!

One of the things we love about the Nigerian Dwarf Goat breed is how colorful they are! You never know what will come out! We often have triplets or quadruplets, and they are often all different. Except for one year when we bred a chocolate with a red goat and got four creamy white babies! It’s like a Spring Piñata…

               – Always surprises!


Our Farm’s Philosophy:

We raise goats because they are some of the sweetest, most soulful animals. The Nigerian Dwarf breed is the smallest registered dairy breed, needing less space and food than larger breeds, but still producing an impressive amount of high butterfat (8-10%) milk. The high butterfat content leads to a milk that is sweet, without any smell or “goaty” flavor. It is almost like drinking half-and-half!

The other reason we love the Nigerian Dwarf breed is because of the wide range of colors and patterns. We have specifically sought out the most prestigious farms, with reputations for winning show-lines and high quantity/quality milk. Although we breed show-quality goats, we have never been interested in showing our goats. It’s just not us. We’d rather spend the time together on our homestead instead of stressing our goats and exposing them to illness by dragging them all over the country to win prizes and prestige. However, we have great respect for the efforts of the farms we buy from who have spent a lot of time and money making sure they are raising excellent, conformationally-sound, competitive dairy goats.  We feel confident that our goats will do well in the show ring, will make great dairy goats, or will be perfectly wonderful just lounging about on your family farm as beloved pets. 

Send us a message to find out about reserving baby goats for Spring 2024

Breeding in October-November for March-April Kids- Expecting more SILVER kids this year!!