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No Two Goats Are the Same

Each goat has talents, tastes, and habits all their own. If you haven’t had a chance to know a goat, we highly recommend that you find one to befriend. But in case that’s not an option for you, please meet some of our favorites in our herd.

Mighty Moonlight
Born a week early and in need of extra love, this adorably scrappy kid lived in the house and was bottle fed while she watched kid-friendly TV. These days, Moonlight spoils us with her abundance of charm.
Breed: Nubian
Mighty Moonlight
Mighty Moonlight
Carnival, Our Pride & Joy
Redwood Hill Farm founder, Jennifer, has a special affection for the signature Roman nose and flowing ears of Nubian goats like Carnival—a doe who’s warm, loving, and uniquely beautiful.
Breed: Nubian
Carnival, Our Pride & Joy
Carnival, Our Pride & Joy

Strike a Pose

Nubian goats are the single most popular goat breed in the United States. With their regal profiles and long, silky ears, these chatty and affectionate gals are considered the beauty queens of goat dairy.

Darkstripe
When Darkstripe and Colton Bice, the newest generation of Bice family goat farmers, first placed at the American Dairy Goat Association’s National Show, nine-year-old Colton was one of the youngest winners ever.
Breed: Alpine
Darkstripe
Darkstripe
Jamilla & Jitterbug, The Inseparable Sisters
To understand the beautiful bond between sibling goats, just watch Jamilla and Jitterbug as they spend their days side by side and each night curled up together in what we affectionately call "The Cuddle Puddle."
Breed: Alpines
Jamilla & Jitterbug, The Inseparable Sisters
Jamilla & Jitterbug, The Inseparable Sisters

No Mountain Too High

Alpine goats are well-known for their rugged vitality. This breed loves to climb, jump, and occasionally stir up a little trouble among the herd with a game of ‘tag-you’re-it’!

Ranita, The Grand Dame
A loving matriarch of five generations of Redwood Hill Farm goats, Ranita recently retired. Now she spends her days lounging in comfy hay or soaking up the California sun.
Breed: Alpine
Ranita, The Grand Dame
Ranita, The Grand Dame
Rima, The Barn Queen
Unmatched at putting milk in the bucket and National Show ribbons in the barn rafters, Rima radiates an unbridled optimism that brightens our daily chores—even on the rainiest spring mornings.
Breed: Alpine
Rima, The Barn Queen
Rima, The Barn Queen

Yodel-Ay-Hee-WHO?

Saanen goats originate from the high hills of South-East Switzerland. Notorious for their high milk production and all-white hair, Saanens are the ‘it-goats’ of goat milk.