Hello, welcome to our farm in Hiwassee. We are located in the mountains of South Western Virginia, on a 115 acre farm and have found a special joy in working to save the breeds of Tennessee Fainting Goats and Karakachan livestock guardian dogs.
Last updated: 5/20/13
We are proud to support the South West Virginia Direct Fresh Initiative and you can find us listed under the "Farm & Vineyard" tab here: http://www.swvafreshdirect.com
Syncope Falls Farm
Syncope Falls Farm has never had a case of Johnes, CAE, or Caseous Lymphnitous (CL) in any of our goats. But due to several inquiries by farms interested in our stock, we are having these tests performed on our herd to ensure buyers of the health of our Fainters. On December 2008, we tested all of our herd over the age of 11 months - and all test results were negative. We've had followup testing performed on July 28, 2009, May 5, 2010 and June 5, 2012. All results continue to be negative.
With our focus on herd health, we only purchase goats from farms that have also tested for Johnes, CAE or CL. Once we bring them to the farm, they are quarantined for two months and retested again. Our goal is to continue to raise healthy, happy goats!
Breeders of Fainting Goats &
Karakachan Livestock Guardian Dogs
All of our goats are registered - either with the International Fainting Goat Association (IFGA) or the Myotonic Goat Registry (MGR) - or both.
We would like to share with you the beautiful seasonal greetings from BBPS Semperviva in Bulgaria:
IT'S OFFICAL - KIDDING SEASON IS HERE!!!
You can find the links to our
latest doelings and bucklings on the For Sale page.
As much as we love to see what new colors of kids may occur in the Spring, and we are having some great color combinations this year, we have been hearing that the heritage colors of Black and White are the "show stoppers" for those farms that like to show their goats. It seems the striking contrasts tend to catch the Judges' eye. And our kids are definitely show quality - they are down right flashy!