Treestar Farm

Our Goats Live in the Lap of Luxury

I'm on the right. That's me up front.


Ginger S11 *B (F4)

Goat, Mini Nubian, Kid (male) | cream, white patch L flank

MDGA#  | DOB: 1/24/2024 (Under 1 yr)

Treestar Farm's Romeo Montague *B (F4)

I'm so gorgeous I'm not going anywhere!

Treestar Farm's Romeo Montague *B (F4)

Mini NubianBuck (male)tan roan, blue eyes
MDGA# AMN14184DOB: 1/10/20213 yrs
Plus I have the best milking genetics in the herd.
 MDGA# AMN14184 tan roan, blue eyes
Treestar Ginger *P (F3)

Our Beauty Queen

Treestar Ginger *P (F3)

Mini NubianDoe (female)Light red, black & cream points.
MDGA# AMN06018DOB: 4/25/20168 yrs
In addition to being a phenomenal milker with a sweet disposition (some would even make dumb blonde references), Ginger is our most well-traveled doe. She was conceived here and moved to Michigan when we reluctantly sold her pregnant dam. Two years later, after much groveling and begging, her owner consented to sell Ginger back to me where she promptly earned her own milking star and contributed to her sire earning his milk award.
 MDGA# AMN06018 Light red, black & cream points.


We're not exactly sure how to describe this little guy's coloring, so we'll see what MDGA has to say. Also, because male goats tend to change color more than females as they mature, he might morph into something more recognizable with time.

Updated 5/1/2024