Hammock Haven Farm

Hammock Haven Farm

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Kristin Hammock started making cheese around 2010. Her first cheeses were done using milk from the store, but she soon realized that her cheeses would only be as good as the milk she used. She began buying fresh milk from local farms and around 2013 decided that she should just buy goats. That lead to her love for lamancha dairy goats. Never one to do things halfway, Kristin quickly increased the size of the herd and began breeding for the best quality animals she could achieve. Hammock Haven has brought top quality genetics in from around the US and breeds for production, conformation, and temperament. Hammock Haven goats are registered with the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA). Kristin and family participate in all ADGA performance programs including linear appraisals, dairy herd improvement, and goat showing. Kristin entered the Amateur Cheese Competition at the ADGA National Convention in 2017 where she won first place with an aged jack-type cheese.
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Kristin Hammock started making cheese around 2010. Her first cheeses were done using milk from the store, but she soon realized that her cheeses would only be as good as the milk she used. She began buying fresh milk from local farms and around 2013 decided that she should just buy goats. That lead to her love for lamancha dairy goats. Never one to do things halfway, Kristin quickly increased the size of the herd and began breeding for the best quality animals she could achieve. Hammock Haven has brought top quality genetics in from around the US and breeds for production, conformation, and temperament. Hammock Haven goats are registered with the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA). Kristin and family participate in all ADGA performance programs including linear appraisals, dairy herd improvement, and goat showing. Kristin entered the Amateur Cheese Competition at the ADGA National Convention in 2017 where she won first place with an aged jack-type cheese.

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Juniors
$1 or more per month

A young goat kid.

Yearlings
$5 or more per month

Almost grown up

Seniors
$10 or more per month

All grown up