About Our Farm
Heaven Sent Farm is surrounded by forest, located in the Cascade Foothills in Monroe Washington. A goats idea of heaven with a smorgasbord of Blackberry vines, Salmon berry bushes, ferns, various other weeds, Alder, Cottonwood, and Cedar trees, oh yes and a little grass.
Our first goat was an Angora wether, which we acquired to start our hand spinners flock, in 1990. We fell in love with the Angora goats gentle and quiet nature and had to have more. We bought a doeling (Yogi) the same year and then a buck (Sondance), the following year. Viola the start of Heaven Sent Farm. We have been adding here and there as we go, a Nubian milk goat named Blanch that we just love. We tried Kinder goatsand found OURS to be escape artists. OUR cashmere goats liked to poke holes in the Angoras, so they had to go. In 1998 we added one of our own kind to the mix, with our daughter Alisa. Who, by the way, loves her goats.
In 1999, searching for the ideal meat breed, we found the South African Boer goats to be docile, easy on fences, and a good match to our gentle Angoras. The Boer's other advantages are to have multiple births and a tremendous ability for those kids to grow fast, We raise mostly show stock, but will have the occasion to utilize this healthy meat. We have also added Colored Angora goats, and a few LGD's (Livestock Guardian Dogs) to our collection.
Aline is a hand spinner offering classes on beginning spinning, and fiber preparation. An Animal Health Technician, offering years of information on goat raising. An Angora Goat Judge, licensed in Canada, having judged the Stanwood and Evergreen 4H fiber shows in 2002 and 2003. Many thanks to my husband Gary for supporting me in my adventure.
Thanks to all Heaven Sent customers.
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