Suni Skyz Farm Dairy Goats

Welcome to Suni Skyz Farm.  We do things a little differently because we believe that animals and people deserve compassionate care in all aspects.  It's always sunny on our farm no matter what the weather.

We have raised quality Nubian dairy goats in a small closed herd for 13 years on the west coast of Florida before we relocated June 2, 2020, outside Crossville, Tennessee. We love and nourish our goats to create the best milk producers. We love to use our raw goat milk to make yogurt and cheese. We practice holistic herd management.

We are working on a herd full of spots. Dairyness is the most important thing, but we love spotted goats so why not have both? We name our goats after John Denver songs. His life inspires us to protect Mother Earth. Our original herd name was M&S Suni Skyz but we wanted more spaces for our names so we reduced our herd name to MSSSF (Martha Shirlene Suni Skyz Farm). To see pedigrees, click on the name (or picture).

Thank you for your interest in our herd of Nubian dairy goats. Our foundation for breeding is purebred Nubians, but we are not so pure that we will avoid breeding a mixed Nubian to bring those favorite dairy qualities. If milk is what you seek, take a look at our beautiful herd.

 

News from the Farm

And just like that kidding season is over!

May 21, 2021

On May 13, Daydreams had a set of twins. Beautiful black and white spotted kids, a buckling and a doeling. Since Isabel was bagged up we figured she’d kid soon after Daydreams. On May 19, Isabel was in the pasture and began to push. We waited for her kid(s) to arrive. Two hooves and a…

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Transition from natural goat milk beauty products to just natural goats

May 16, 2021

We closed our natural products business January 1, 2021, as it became abundantly clear that we just didn’t have the space to operate. We are now focusing on raising our goats for the very BEST raw goat milk and the most beautiful spotted herd. Join us!

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Let it snow!

December 12, 2020

We had snow last week and it was awesome! The goats were nestled inside their barn. When the snow stopped, they came out and acted as if they had seen snow all their lives. The sun came out and they all sat down to soak it up. It was a winter wonderland!

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