Fainting (Myotonic) Goats
Fainting goats don't actually faint, their muscles freeze up from Myotonia congenita. They are a meat goat but majority of people breed them for pets and/or showing. They can be a medium to large size goat but most of ours are a medium size. Myotonics are great for pets, breeding and showing. I breed to improve parasite resistance, improve the myo breed and to create goats good for showing or for pets. They have great personalities, easy to keep fenced in and easy to care for. If you have any questions, please send us an email!
MGR's website is full of information on this wonderful breed! http://www.myotonicgoatregistry.net
All kids will come with an application to be MGR registered. All you have to do is take pictures of each side of the goat and mail it into MGR with the application. The kids will already have their CD&T vaccine. If you do not want them to have the vaccine, please let me know. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required in order to hold the goat until weaning at approx 8-10 weeks of age. The remaining amount will be due at pickup. If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also do a $50 discount if you purchase 2 or more goats at the same time.