It seems like a lot to read through, but we want every transaction to be a smooth one with no misunderstandings or missed expectations! We aim to have nothing but happy clients- happy with our goats and happy with your experience dealing with us.
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We work on a first-come, first-served basis as much as possible. Animals are only reserved once a deposit is received. Deposit is $100 per kid. Deposit is non-refundable unless the gender specified is not available by the time the last kids are born. NO DEPOSIT, NO HOLD. Payments can be made by e-transfer or cheque. NSF cheques are subject to a $25 service charge.
The remaining balance is due at pick up. NO EXCEPTIONS. If paying by cheque this means the cheque must have cleared the bank by the pickup date.
Kids are sold vaccinated with GlanVac 6, disbudded, and receive a dose of Baycox. If you prefer horns, no Baycox or no vaccines, then you must pay for the kid in full at the time you reserve it and assume all risk associated with said choice(s).
Scurs may develop despite disbudding.
Prices include registration of does and bucks, and castration for wethers.
Kids are to be picked up/shipped after weaning unless other arrangements have been agreed upon in advance. This may be as early as 10 weeks or as late as 16 weeks. To ensure the healthiest goat possible, we will not let a kid leave until fully weaned. Boarding fees will be added to your final balance owing if the agreed upon pickup date has passed. Any animals not picked up after 14 days past the original pickup day (or an agreed upon alternate date) forfeit their deposit and the animal is put back up for sale.
All shipping costs and arrangements are the responsibility of the purchaser. Delivery to Pearson International Airport is available for $50. This fee is waived if you are shipping 2 or more animals at a time.
Part of providing you a healthy animal is maintaining biosecurity measures. Once an animal leaves our care it cannot return. NO EXCEPTIONS. We vaccinate, administer an anticoccidial medication and send you home with some food to help keep your goat healthy during the transition period. We cannot control the shipping/transport conditions nor anything about the new home, so cannot be responsible for what happens with them after they leave us. If within 30 days of pick up you feel the goat was not healthy at the time it left us, you will need to substantiate your claim with a full physical exam done by a veterinarian along with any tests required. The purchaser assumes all the costs associated with the diagnostic process. If your claim is substantiated, we will work with you to come to an agreeable solution. Again -NO GUARANTEES of health are given for any who wish to deviate from our standard of vaccines and weaning. The above only applies to animals who were fully vaccinated, received Baycox and were at least 10 weeks of age before leaving our care.
An animal’s growth is affected not only by genetics but by the care and husbandry they receive as they grow, therefore we can make no guarantees as to how an animal may mature.