Jamie & Tara Dollar
Lucille & Luigi
We began Rose Lane Fainting Farm in 2004, with our son, Jonathan Bogar. Jonathan owned JK's Faimting Farm & we owned Rose Lane Fainting Farm. We are located in the beautiful hills of Eastern Kentucky...in the "Heart of the Billion Dollar Coal Fields". Our area is also infamous for the Hatfield McCoy Feud.
Our Fainting Goats graze on 35 acres of mountainous woodland. We have a regular vaccination, worming and hoof trimming schedule. We test regularly for CAE, CL and Johns and are pleased to report that are herd remains negative for all three diseases. Our Fainting Goats are healthy, happy, friendly and regularly faint. They are very special to us and are raised as pets...NOT for slaughter. Each of them has a name and will come to us when called. All of our goats have their own unique personality. We spend alot of time with them and shower them with love and attention. They are "members of the family".
PJ's Farm Scarlet "I'm so beautiful!" Brassring Sienna
Tennessee Fainting Goats are also known as Myotonic Goats, Tennessee Meat Goats, Stiff Leg Goats, Wooden Leg Goats, Nervous Goats, Fainting Goats and Sare Goats. They have a hereditary condition known as Myotonia Congenta. This nervous condition causes the goats to fall over or 'faint' when they are scared or startled. The goats are not harmed when this happens and the 'fainting' doesn't hurt them. While in a faint, the goats don't lose consciousness at all...they are just unable to move for 30-60 seconds. After their 'faint', the scamper off as if nothing happened. Tennessee Fainting Goats are great mothers and kid easily. They are very quiet and a delight to have around.
"Hey, No Pushing!" Prissy