Andover Meadow Farm
When the website is complete, I hope to have a section dedicated to the horses. In the meantime, our focus will be on getting the kennel , Canvasback Labradors up to date - as well as Tiny Town Goats, as they are our livelyhood. Please feel free to surf around, like us on facebook, and of course email us with any questions you may have. Thanks for visiting!
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Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats
We have puppies available occassionally. We breed yellow and black Labradors and can refer you to other reputable breeders for Chocolate. .
Goat sales are year round. The kidding season is usually January through May, but we normally have older kids, dry yearlings, bucks and older does available all year long. We currently have a bred doe sale in progress - see the homw page for link to the current sales list.
Our farm was established in 2001. We have projects going on here year round. Andover Meadow Farm produces lovely Orchard grass hay that we feed to our horses and the dairy goats.
Our love for the horses led us to horse powered farming! Although we don't always have the extra time needed to be fully horse powered, it is common to see us out with the Haflingers spreading manure and fertilizers, working the fields, planting, tedding hay - pulling hay wagons etc. We hope to one day find a 'go green' grant that would allow us to expand on this , and also an electrical producing treadmill the horses can provide while getting exercise! If anyone knows of such grants - please email, I have gone blind trying to find one!
We drive Hackney ponies as our hobby, and can be seen practicing for competition with them on weekends. We are also the home of Regal Heir, Black Miriah, and Chevas Regal - purebred Hackney horses! Hackney Horses are an endangered species - and we are honored to share our home with these magnificient equine.