The kidding season for 2018 is now behind us, and we are very grateful for the health and condition of all our does. Wingwood Farm TL Antimony has made a tremendous impact on our herd. These are dairy goats!

There are two new does here at the farm: Blissberry Grace Bay and Latte Da Lace Atelier, both bred to Wingwood Farm TL Antimony for 2019 kids. We don’t bring in many new does, so we’re pretty excited about these two!

Adagio Farm is located about an hour north of San Antonio, Texas, near the lovely old German town of Fredericksburg.  It is home to the Busshaus family and our small herd of Nubian dairy goats.  We started with Nubians back in 1996; and though we have worked with numerous goat breeds since that time, we now breed Nubians exclusively. 

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Through the years, we have had the opportunity to bring in some excellent bloodlines and superior animals. Good milk goats are sometimes elusive. Our goal is to produce Nubians of excellent conformation and milking ability.  We are working with a select group of does and  sires who are producing consistently better offspring of the type that we would want to find in our own searches.  Our genetics include: 

Buttercup Acres

Wingwood Farm

BlissBerry Dairy Goats

Latte Da Dairy

Pruittville Farms

Our goats kid once a year, usually during the months of January through April. This allows us to offer young kids and a few adult milkers for sale annually. In 2018, our Nubian herd was reduced to four mature breeding does, to allow us to increase our herd of Royal White sheep. Two new does were added in the fall of 2018, bringing us up to six bred Nubians for the 2019 kidding season.  We have a waiting list for kids. If you would like to be notified about available kids, please contact us by email. Thanks for looking!

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