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Small Ruminant Sale Info

This is a list of small ruminant producers (goats and sheep) in Mississippi provided by County Extension Agents and individual producers. This list is organized by county and updated weekly. Please carefully read the disclaimer at the bottom of the list. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Extension Livestock Coordinator Kipp Brown, (662) 237-6926.

Carroll County

Producer information

Producer
Type of Animal for Breeding
Type of Animal for Market
Goat Breeds Available
Sheep Breeds Available
Date Available for Sale

Bruce Moore
Indian Mound Farm
10098 Hwy 35
Carrollton, MS 38917
662-809-0330
dixiequeen_18@yahoo.com

Hair sheep

 

Hair sheep

N/A

Katahdin and Katahdin Cross

August 12, 2019

 

Montgomery County

Producer information

Producer
Type of Animal for Breeding
Type of Animal for Market
Goat Breeds Available
Sheep Breeds Available
Date Available for Sale

Stacey Brown
Lazy 91 Ranch
867 Lodi Road
Winona, MS 38967
662-310-4884
dixiequeen_18@yahoo.com

Meat goat

Hair sheep

Hair sheep

Pure Sawyer bloodline/Weinheimer Spanish
goats.

Commercial Katahdin/Dorper hair sheep.

June 1, 2019

 

Yazoo County

Producer information

Producer
Type of Animal for Breeding
Type of Animal for Market
Goat Breeds Available
Sheep Breeds Available
Date Available for Sale

Steven Gagnard
De Grado Farms  
2083 Hwy 16 
Benton, MS 39039 
662-763-8155
stevengagnard@bellsouth.net 

meat goat

dairy goat

meat goat

dairy goat

kiko, boer and alpine, mostly does

No sheep just goats

May 13, 2019

 
Mississippi State University Extension (MSUES) is not responsible in any way for the information or lack thereof that is entered by Breeders. MSUES or its employees, agents, or contractors will not be liable whatsoever in any way for damages or losses of any kind direct or indirect from information or lack thereof listed on the “Mississippi Small Ruminant Listing”. MSUES does not warrant or guarantee any product listed on the “Mississippi Small Ruminant Listing”. MSUES does not handle any livestock listed on the “Mississippi Small Ruminant Listing” therefore we do not warrant any livestock sold on the MSUES site. (5-15-17)
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Publications

Publication Number: P2781
Publication Number: P2211
Publication Number: P2782
Publication Number: P2798

News

Filed Under: Forages, Goats and Sheep, Small Animals April 2, 2019

Researchers and Extension specialists from across the Southeast will help goat and sheep producers expand their knowledge on various aspects of the industry during a workshop on small ruminant production.

Filed Under: Commercial Fruit and Nuts, Green Industry, Organic Fruit and Vegetables, Other Vegetables, Corn, Cotton, Nuts, Peanuts, Soybeans, Equine, Goats and Sheep, Poultry, Lawn and Garden, Forestry, Seafood Economics, Seafood Harvesting and Processing March 7, 2018

ELLISVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi State University representatives met with agricultural clients in Ellisville recently to discuss research and education needs for 2018. More than 115 individuals attended this year's event.

A Mississippi State University specialist stands before a room of seated meeting participants.
Filed Under: Commercial Fruit and Nuts, Green Industry, Organic Fruit and Vegetables, Other Vegetables, Nuts, Forages, Beef, Equine, Goats and Sheep, Swine February 26, 2018

Agricultural clients met with Mississippi State University personnel to discuss research and education needs during the annual Producer Advisory Council Meeting for the southwest region February 20.

Filed Under: Forages, Goats and Sheep February 15, 2018

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Those interested in running a sheep or goat operation can learn management and marketing techniques at a March 17 workshop at Mississippi State University.

Register now for the Small Ruminant Production Workshop that runs from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is offered by the MSU Extension Service and Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.

goat playfully stands on little boys back as other members of the herd surround them
Filed Under: Goats and Sheep August 18, 2017

Many people dream of having a hobby farm or homestead with a few animals, and goats, lambs and sheep are some of the most popular to start with because they are smaller and easier to handle than cattle. Plus, you need less space! But all animals need proper care, no matter their size.

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Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 2:00am

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