Coming soon! A brand new Fall Creek Farm site.
Breeding Quality Spanish Mastiff Livestock Guardian Dogs
& Nigerian Dwarf Goats with emphasis on Milking ability and correct dairy Conformation
For updates on whats going on with the dogs, check out my Blog!
We have bred our Spanish Mastiff Fiona to our brindle boy Silas (Tejano de Los Zumbos) for a late December litter.
I am very excited about this breeding and anticipate that these pups will have rock solid temperaments and excellent working ability!
Winner of the 2018 Wisconsin State Fair Grand Champion Senior Doe – MCH/CH Fall Creek Versailles
Best Udder of Breed – MCH/CH Fall Creek Versailles
Reserve Senior Champion – MCH/CH Fall Creek Spice 2*D
1st place Dairy Herd
1st Place Exhibitors Herd
1st & 3rd place Breeders Trio
1st place Dam & Daughter – MCH/CH Fall Creek Spice 2*D & MCH/CH Fall Creek Sassafras (Spice’s 4th Dam & Daughter win at State Fair!)
1st place Produce of Dam (Spice) – MCH/CH Fall Creek Sassafras & Fall Creek Cassia
Welcome to Fall Creek Farm! We are located in southwestern Wisconsin, approximately one hour west of the state capitol, Madison.
My daughter Hilary and I moved to Wisconsin in 1996 from Chicago, fulfilling my childhood dream of having a farm of my own. I then proceeded to fill it up! After a housing development sprang up at the edge of our last farm, we moved to a beautiful new farm set within 3000 acres that is in perpetual trust and will never be developed. It is much better suited to both mine and our animals needs.
I will never tire of the gorgeous views!
We are currently raising Nigerian Dwarf Goats and Spanish Mastiff Livestock Guards!
We bought our first Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats in 2001 and I feel that our herd is represented by what I consider some very strong bloodlines, in both dairy character and conformation, which include Brush Creek, Caesar’s Villa, Goodwood and Willow’s. These long established, productive lines are the foundation of my herd. We imported our first Spanish Mastiff in early 2003 and have been so extremely impressed by their working ability and temperament that we began breeding them so that we could introduce and share this amazing breed with others here in the US too!
We attend as many goat shows as we can every year so our miniature dairy goats can be judged and evaluated. I’m very proud to say our Nigerians have consistently placed at the top of their classes in the show ring.
I am a firm believer that if you are going to raise something, you should do it right. Quality is our goal and responsibility. Animals should be selectively paired only to improve conformation, temperament and character over the previous generation.
I am very pleased with the progress we have made in a relatively short period of time towards this goal.
Our goats over 12 months are tested annually for Johnes (CAE done occasionally). Depending on date of birth when the tests are run, some may be older than 12 months before testing…Our latest Johnes and CAE tests were done February 2016. I’ll be happy to share the negative results upon request.
Our kids are raised on a strict preventative regardless of our negative test results (pulled at birth, fed pasturized milk and housed seperately from the adult herd). We use a more natural approach to health care for our animals and I’ve really appreciated the results we have seen.
Our dogs are fed a premium and raw diet that has gone a long way towards improving long term health and general appearance. Because our birds and goats range, we avoid chemicals and have found many successful natural alternatives to bug and weed control. Guinea Fowl being one of the best for bugs!
I hope you enjoy your visit! Please feel free to contact me via e-mail or phone with any questions. I am always willing to talk about animals!
I am a member of the
American Goat Society , American Dairy Goat Assoc. & AEPME
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