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2010 UCN
Alpine Q & A Article


4725 W. Jefferson-
London, Ohio 43140






















Thank you for your interest in our herd.  We have been raising Alpines since 1989 and strive to breed correct productive animals to make up our small herd.  When we aquired our first goats in 1989 we were a newly married couple that moved to the country and determined to "live from the land."  We used our goats milk and meat, had hides tanned, raised chickens and grew a large garden.  We wanted the sales of our goats to be profitable so we joined a DHIR test ring and with those milk records sold goats to the Taiwan Exports. 

Some of you may wonder if we've been breeding goats for 20 years we should be able to boast about generations of homebred champions like some breeders can.  Our main focus back then was to have those goats pay for themselves and then some, and they could do it easily by export.  Showing was secondary.  Today we strive to produce correct show winning goats that can score excellent or above through linear appraisal as a mature doe, but our herd's main purpose is to produce milk for our table.  That milk is used to drink, cook with, make cheese, and raise hogs, chickens, and a calf that we butcher to feed our family.  We are thankful to know exactly what we are feeding our growing children, and we thank God everyday for providing those wonderful goats for our family.  

Over the years we have tried to utilize all of the tools ADGA has to offer by using Linear Appraisal, milk test and attend sanctioned dairy goat shows. We have had the herd linear appraised 9 times with the first appraisal held in 1995.  In the spring of 2009 we enrolled our herd on Standard DHI milk test and every year we attend 5-12 ADGA sanctioned shows and fit the national show in when it is within reasonable traveling distance. 

To reserve a PJ-Baileys' kid a $100 deposit is required and accepted on a first come first serve basis. We recommend a first and second choice. Upon notification of your kids birth, the balance needs to be paid in full within 2 weeks. We accept checks, money orders, and payment by Paypal, with buyers being responsible for Paypal transaction fees. Prices on the Breeding Summary are for preordered kids up to 4 weeks of age.  Boarding charges will apply for reserved kids that have not been picked up after 4 weeks of age.  Refunds of deposits are only made when the sex of the kid ordered is not born, the kid did not meet our standard of quality, or we chose to retain the kid.  There are no refunds on canceled orders.  As the breeders/owners of this herd, we reserve the right to retain any kid born as herd replacements.  The buyer is responsible for air line shipping fees, health certificates, veterinary exams, and shipping crates. There is a $25 dollar fee for delivery to the Columbus International Airport.       

Kids are raised on a CAEV prevention program of heat treated colostrum and pasteurized goat milk.  All births are tended to, very rarely does a birth take place that I'm not standing right in the pen.  We have a home monitor system and births are watched constantly.  Kids are taken immediately and brought into the house for at least 24 hrs, where they stay in a play pen in our utility room.  Our herd has been tested negative for CAEV and CL for many years through various labs, but we have consistently used WSU/WADDL for this service since 2003.  If you wish to see the paperwork, we can provide it.  Kids are offered grain and alfalfa hay at an early age and fed milk by a bucket milk feeder for at least 3 months.

If something interests you, then lets talk!!  Feel free to email or call us and we'll try our best to find an animal to fit your needs.  Please be aware that there are no guarantees with genetics.  This is a challenge that all breeders face, sometimes the breeding works and sometimes it doesn't!  We will do our best to educate you on the strengths and weaknesses of each animal.  We cannot guarantee how an udder will turn out on a doe kid, or how a buck's genetics will mesh with your herd.  We do guarantee a healthy CAEV negative kid when shipped to you or picked up at our farm.  PJ-Baileys' reserves 20 straws of semen from any buck sold for the cost of collection, and we adbide by ADGA Recommended Trade Practices for Members (ADGA Guidebook, bylaws article XIX)

Our herd has experienced an outstanding year for 2013.  We attended 8 shows and brought home 12 GCH's, 13 RGCH's, 11 BOB's, and 7 BIS wins.  The show ring goal is to hopefully finish at least one goat from our small herd each show season.  This year we finished 4 does!!
GCH PJ-Baileys' Charmer Aglow, GCH PJ-Baileys' Charmer Aglimmer (2011 National Show Jr Alpine Champion) and CH PJ-Baileys' Charmer Apphia all strutted their way through the shows to obtain their championships as well as bring home several BDIS wins.  A new highlight for the 2013 show season was finishing our first home bred Lamancha doe- GCH PJ-Baileys' Bipity Bopity Boo!  She is Jenna's showmanship doe and Jenna handled Boo for each and every win, making the championship even more special!  For icing on the "show ring cake" our striking GCH PJ-Baileys' Sulten Anzella 2*M added 4 more BIS awards to her show record making her current lifetime BIS wins a total of 25!!  Quite a respectable achievement! 

Our herd had a rare opportunity to attend a fall show for the first time- the 2013 North Carolina State Fair in October.  Our does had a stellar show and brought home GCH and RGCH Sr Alpines, BOB, BDIS, BUIS, Best Alpine Herd as well as Best Overall Dairy Herd, Premier Alpine Breeder and Exhibitor!  Our Lamancha milkers both placed first in their classes also!   We are still overwhelmed with it all!!!      

The herd was linear appraised for the 10th time this summer with the scores coming in from 84-92 on the mature stock, including yearlings to 7 years old.  A stellar reflection on the correctness in our small herd!  We feel very blessed with our herd's accomplishments!   

Three new wonderful little people have come into our lives with the birth of Jenna Oct 16, 2003, Holden Nov 21, 2004, and Ashley Jan 11, 2007.  Our goal is to raise our children to love the Lord and reflect in His ways.  We have found raising dairy goats offers our family realistic life situations brought on by the goats themselves and the people that come with them that definately teach us to grow in our walk with the Lord.  After over 20 years of marriage we feel blessed and thank God to have 3 healthy children to share our lives and animals with.


Patricia, John, Jenna, Holden & Ashley Bailey   

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.
  Proverbs 3:5-6



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