San Clemente Island
goats are a highly endangered breed. Left to run feral
on San Clemente Island for a century, they offer genes
that are now considered to be an important part of our
agricultural heritage. They are small, deer-like, and
have kind and gentle dispositions. Their beauty is
are listed as a critically-endangered heritage breed by
American Livestock Breed
There are only
just under 300 San Clemente Island goats left.
We're working to enable more people to steward these
excellent heritage goats.
Rock Farm is dedicated to proactively promoting the
popularity, increasing the geographical distribution,
and preserving the genetic diversity of San Clemente
Island goats through responsible stewardship and
JUANITA AND CONSUELO, 2 FEMALE SAN CLEMENTE
GOATS. BOTH ARE BRED TO LUKE FOR BABIES DUE IN JUNE.
INTERESTED? PLEASE E-MAIL OR CALL FOR INFO.
Interested in goats?
We have a nice variety to choose from including Sanaan,
Nigerian Dwarf, Nigerian Dwarf mixes, Oberhasli, and Nubian and Arapawa mixes.
All females are bred for Spring babies!
Contact us for more information and availability!
"Luke," is our San
Clemente Island buck from
Arapawa Nubian cross female "Madeline"