Things are looking good here on Big Wheel Ranch. We are excited about the 2020 Spring kidding season and look forward to meeting more wonderful people who share our passion for the Fainting Goat breed.
Welcome to Big Wheel Ranch Fainting Goats. We purchased our Farm in 2005 on 80 beautiful acres near Strawberry Lake. We loved the fields and the beautiful trees that surround our new home. When we moved here, we had only 2 dogs, 2 cats, 4 horses and some chickens. My, how things have changed! We now have 7 dogs, 8 cats, 2 horses, 45 goats, 20 hens, 2 roosters, 3 Bourben Red Turkeys, 3 Red Bourben Turkey Chicks and one Guinea Rooster. It has turned into quite the Hobby Farm. All of our animals are special and have found a warm place in our hearts. As you browse our website we are sure you will come to realize that we truly love all of our critters and that our main goal here is to provide them all with a long and healthy life filled with love. In return, our animals provide us with love, companionship and enjoyment on a daily basis.
At Big Wheel Ranch we love and respect the Myotonic Goat breed for the wonderful breed that they are. We DO NOT sell our goats for slaughter. Our Goats are OUR FAMILY! Fainting Goats have so much love to give to their owners! They are playful, gentle, smart, beautiful and that is why they make such wonderful hobby farm pets! Please only contact us if you want to add to your FAMILY, not your freezer!
Myotonic Goats are a wonderful breed. They don't jump on things that are very high because of their fainting condition. They are the sweetest, most docile goats. They make awesome Mother's and they all have unique wonderful personalities.
SO EASY TO LOVE!!!!
It saddens me to say, that we are downsizing at Big Wheel Ranch. I've had to put up for sale some of my most beloved Fainting Goats, they are like pets and more to me.... The time has went by so fast since I started raising Fainters, I've never loved anything so much as this.
Our beautiful bucks are for sale Josey, Bullseye, Magic, and Cowboy..... We are cutting down to 35 head..... It's not because I'm getting older or it's to much work.... because something you love is never to much work.... It's because of the hay prices and the lack of hay.
I wanted to explain our downsizing.......
I know, we should of been holding a Fainting Goat Kid in this Photo!!!
We have to update this photo (Soon)!!
Our January Kid - born to Reba. She was so much fun, we loved spoiling her!!!
PANDORA 1 & ARIZONA
Our First Fainter, 2008 model (She is retired and doing great).