Welcome to the new online home of
Oak Grove Farm!

We are working to update the website to include photos and information about our Miniature Silky goats. This will be a work in progress.

Until we get this website up and running at full capacity here is the condensed version:

We raise a small herd of registered Miniature Silky goats in Wisconsin. We have been raising this breed for over a decade and delight in their small size, fun personalities, and gentle nature.

Our herd is tested annually for CL, CAE, and Johne’s with negative aka “clean” testing results dating back to the very beginning of our goat keeping. We practice biosecurity to keep our herd healthy and happy.

We do lightly show our goats both locally and across the country. We have worked hard to improve our little herd over the years and are proud to say that our goats typically are usually in the ribbons at MSFGA (breed registry) recognized shows and do equally well locally.

Not all our goats go on to be winning accolades in the show ring. Many have the most important job – being good breed ambassadors as beloved pets. Wethers make the best pets.

We WILL have babies available for 2024. Kids will begin to arrive late April. Most years our kids sell out quickly as we maintain a small herd, do not breed every doe, and strive for quality not quantity. This year we bred 7 does and anticipate between 10 and 12 kids born. Every kid born may not become available, however.

Our kids are raised by moms so are ready to go home after weaning. We expect to have a couple adult does available after weaning kids if suitable replacements are born this year.

To follow our availability in real-time follow us on social media. You will find us on Facebook as Oak Grove Farm Miniature Silky Fainting Goats.

A ramp along a curved wall in the Kiasma Museu, Helsinki, Finland

After so many years with the same website a change is challenging.

Stay tuned for additional content.

Excuse our place holders. It is a little clunky, but it will be worth it.

White abstract geometric artwork from Dresden, Germany



Meet our team

Raspberry Goat

Founder, CEO & Herd Queen


Chief Decider of Things, Goat Maintenance Peon


The Muscle and Logistics

The Girls

Cheer Leaders and Chaos Coordinators

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White abstract geometric artwork from Dresden, Germany