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Goats for sale
Pasture fed goat meat
Muscovy ducks and ducklings
Muscovy duck meat
Eggs for sale
Raw goat's milk shares
- "Purebred" babies
- "Percentage" 50% Kiko x LaMancha babies
- "Percentage" 50% Kiko x Nubian babies
- Wethers $250
- Bucks $450-650
- Percentage does $450
- Purebred does $650
LGB Hondo 836 is the sire of our 2020 babies. This is a photo of him as a young buck.
Percentage goats -see below for benefits of these goats
50% Kiko x Nubian Buckling SOLD
BW 7lb 6.5oz
Are you knew to Kikos? Buying a registered Percentage doe is an affordable way to get started in the Kiko breed-up programs. Breeding Percentage does to a 100% New Zealand or Purebred Kiko buck will eventually produce Purebred babies as follows. (Purebred does bred to a 100% NZ buck produces Purebred offspring.)
- 50% doe bred to a 100% NZ buck produces 75% offspring
- 75% doe bred to a 100% NZ buck produces 88% offspring
- 88% doe bred to a 100% NZ buck produces Purebred offspring
Pasture Fed Naturally Raised Goat Meat Chevon
We are adding people to our waiting list for our limited supply of
holistically raised, pasture fed goat meat. We don't grain feed our goat
kids, so they will be very lean, and won't be pumped full of
Most Colorado pastures are sparse and mainly grass. However, we are blessed to be able to raise our Kiko goats in a low area lush with: Golden Currants, Wild Roses, Chokecherries, Stinging Nettle, Poison Ivy, Thistles, and other protein packed weeds (there is some grass too!). Through our weed eating service, our goats have been able to eat a variety of plants on several different properties, while making property owners happy.
Sold out for 2019. Taking reservations for 2020.
Meat goats are sold for a flat rate of $250. This does not include processing fees. You choose how you want the meat cut up, by filling out a cut sheet and emailing it to the processor. We bring the goats to the processor, normally in October (Elizabeth Meat Locker in the past) and you pay them directly and pick up your packages of pasture fed goat meat.
Past average hanging weights have been 35lbs.
2020 kids should have 6-7 months to grow out so might be bigger. We have started wethering bucks early so they are able to stay with their dam the whole growing process. The moms continue to nurse so these boys should be milk fed longer than the normal time of 90 days.
Email [email protected] for more info.
Ducks for sale
The hens are excellent mothers and are capable of hatching up to three clutches of babies in one year. You can also use them as an incubator to hatch chicken and other bird eggs.
French White Muscovy duck (Cairina moschata) meat
We raise French White Muscovy ducks also known as Barbary duck for meat. Our drakes dress out around 6-7#. Hens are smaller dressing out in the 3-4# range. Reserve one today for your next special meal. Limited supply available in the fall.
Whole Muscovy Hen average weight 3-1/2 to 4lbs $49
Muscovy is lean, meaty, and tender. The flavorful meat resembles veal and sirloin steak. Muscovy has a high yield of meat compared with other ducks and 50 percent more breast meat than other ducks. Muscovy breast meat is 99 percent lean and the skin of some have 50% less fat than the Moulard or Pekin varieties! Muscovy ducks have less fat and less calories per pound than turkey.
Muscovy Duck is unlike any other duck you have ever eaten
Eggs for sale
We leave the natural bloom on our eggs, so they do not require refrigeration liked washed eggs do. Washed eggs available upon request.
Raw Goat's Milk Shares
The Ranch at Li’l Promised Land LLC’s Goat Share Program
We are members of the Raw Milk Association of Colorado.
It is illegal to sell raw milk in Colorado. However, on April 22, 2005 the Governor of Colorado signed into law SB05-055. With the passage of this law, we are able to offer the opportunity for people to purchase shares in our dairy herd and have access to raw milk.
Many people are discovering the benefits of raw goat’s milk. Goat’s milk is known to be easier to digest than cow’s milk, which is great news for those of us who are lactose intolerant. It also has many other health benefits, especially if it’s raw. Worldwide, more people drink goat’s milk than cow’s milk.
Pasteurization destroys enzymes, diminishes vitamin content, denatures fragile milk proteins, destroys vitamins C, B12 and B6, kills beneficial bacteria, promotes pathogens and is associated with allergies, increased tooth decay, colic in infants, growth problems in children, osteoporosis, arthritis, heart disease and cancer. Campaign for Real Milk Web Site a project of The Weston A. Price Foundation - What is Real Milk Web Page
Here’s how our program works:
We do not sell milk but sell shares in our dairy herd. You may purchase a share, which is made official with a Bill of Sale. A Boarding Contract is then signed in which we agree to board, feed, milk and care for your share of the herd in exchange for a monthly Boarding Fee. Each share purchased entitles you to milk from your share of the herd each week. We care for your herd share year round so boarding fees are also due year round.
Goats lactate (produce milk) approximately nine months out of the year. When babies are born in the spring, they get the colostrum and first few weeks of milk. Production peaks one to two months after kidding, stays steady during the summer then gradually decreases in the fall until the dry time when no milk is produced. During the last few months of pregnancy, their milk dries up allowing their body to rest and focus on their growing babies. Milk distribution normally resumes within the first month after babies are born when we start sharing the milk with the babies.
- One time share purchase price: $25 ($12.50 for a half-share)
- One time jar use
fee: $18 per share ($9 for a half share)
- 1 share boarding fee is $55/month and provides you with approximately one gallon of milk each week
- 1/2 share boarding fee is $30/month and provides you with approximately half a gallon each week
Limited shares available!
Fresh chicken and duck eggs may also be available
Located in Elizabeth, CO (East of Parker/SE of Aurora)