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Quality Animals; Quality Milk; Quality Products

Our Magic Apple Life

Our Magic Apple Life


Posted by Webmaster on June 9, 2015 at 2:00 PM

This last Sunday we had the pleasure of making our furthest shipment with our goats.  We flew Magic Apple MAD Fallawater and Magic Apple MAH Fearns Pippin to Kona, HI.
 Hawai'i is very rigid with it import protocal and animals must be very healthy and are met upon arrival with an inspection to be able to stay on the island..  This has been an adventure and I'm so happy and blessed to have successfully flown these two over the ocean to their new home, which I'm sure we are all jealous of, LOL!! 
Here is a bit from Heidi, their new owner in Hawai'i:

"I am so impressed with these girls! I am thrilled that I decided to

choose you over the other breeders I found on-line. I will be very

happy to be a reference for you and will keep you in the loop as they

grow up and especially with their first freshening sometime late next

year. I think I told you Dr. Kim was impressed that I had decided to

go to the expense and bother to import new blood to the island and was

equally impressed with how you handled all the requirements and hoop

jumping, and was equally impressed with the girls and how healthy they


"Well, the girls passed their last inspection, but then I am sure you

knew they would! These does are really wonderful. They were patient

in the truck getting to Dr. Kim's office, stood quietly on their

leashes (thank you for them, by the way!) while I talked to Dr. Kim

and did not struggle very much at all while she inspected their eyes

and ears. Dr. Kim was also impressed by you and was happy to see such

healthy baby goats. She was also happy to see someone was bringing in

new blood for Dwarf Nigerians, as she says she sees a lot of animals

that have physical and health issues due to inbreeding."

Categories: Our Special Goats

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Reply Julie
4:42 PM on August 8, 2015 
Congratulations Cara! We have flown goats to Maui three times now and know how important it is to work with a solid breeder. There certainly are a lot of hoops to jump through and a fairly unforgiving timeline. Good work!
Reply Webmaster
5:02 PM on August 9, 2015 
Thanks Julie!! It was a ton of fun, I loved it :)