CONLEN FARMS: Equine Dreams & Calypso Moon

French Alpine "Rita"  (A001459840)

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If you are looking for a wether, please, bear in mind that we will not have any buckling wethered until they are 6 months old. We will not band them, as we consider this inhumane. instead, our trusted veterinarians will perform a surgical castration.

 Oberhasli "Capella" (AB1654926 )


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We do not separate kids from their mothers, but instead spend a lot of time with them, so they recognize us as part of the herd and come to us when called without expecting a treat.

In addition to high quality grain, enriched with vitamins and minerals, we offer them free access minerals and high quality orchard/timothy mix hay or orchard/alfalfa mix hay. 

Our Bucks are:
De-Dandy-Farms Aquila (A001573733)  
Calypso Moon EFAB Diesel (A001715480
Calypso Moon EFAB Turbo (A001715479)
OBERHASLI a.k.a Swiss Alpine
(*B)   VanJust Echo By Serendipity (B001670867
Oberhasli/Alpine X appearance Oberhasli: Calypso Moon Saturn's Firefly (E001585090)
Oberhasli/Alpine X, appearance Alpine: Calypso Moon Aquila's Echo (E001583913)

Our Does are:


 Oakmoon Gallagher Rita (A001459840)
El Fuego Alvis Blitzkrieg   (A001545921)
Oakmoon Earl Renata (A001424129)
Buck-N-Bull Hammer Raelin (A001372662)
Calypso Moon OMGR Antje (A001714574)
Calypso Moon OMGR Ruby (A001714575)
Calypso Moon Ruby's Aria (A001844912)
Calypso Moon Anja (A001850360)

Firepink-Holler Halo (B001278222)
Oakmoon HCW Nashira (B001459841)
Oakmoon PHSL Bella (B001654927)
Oakmoon PHSL Capella (B001654926)  
Calypso Moon OMBE Skye (B001715508)
Calypso Moon OMBE Luna (B001715506)
Calypso Moon OMCA Maya (B001716812)
Calypso Moon Asteroid (not registered)
Calypso Moon Chloe (T1610582)
Calypso Moon Juliette (T1610583)
Calypso Moon Chandrika
Lots O'Hay Lanny's Lilac
Delectable-Hills Buttercup BG
Calypso Moon Swenja
 Oberhasli/Alpine X, appearance Oberhasli: Supreme Rayne (E001673620)
Our Pet Wethers are:
 Zag (not for sale), Claude 9, Alpenfeuer (sold) & Alpenschnee (sold)

Our Goats are registered with the ADGA

Our herd is tested annually, and is confirmed CAE negative, is CL and Johne's free

CAE (Caprine Arthritic Encephalitis) is a viral infectious disease, transmitted primarily to kids through milk.  It became widespread, when dairies pooled their milk and bottle fed, thereby infecting the entire kid crop.  CAE is detrimental to dairy herds, because it can ruin udders and shorten the useful lifespan of the goat, causing them tremendous pain. Encephalitic seizures usually kill infected kids quickly.

CL (Caseous Lymphadenitisis a chronic contagious disease affecting mainly sheep and goats. This disease is also called pseudotuberculosis or often "abscesses," and has been referred to as the curse of the goat industry throughout the world.
CL is an infection of goats, caused by Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis. It is also referred to as "abscesses", because of the peripheral swelling, rupture, and drainage of pus from affected lymph nodes. The prevalence of CL in the commercial goat herds may be as high as 30%. If abscesses affect more than one lymph node, the carcass will be condemned at slaughter. Decreased body weight and milk production also occurs, and reproductive efficiency is often lower when these animals have developed internal abscesses.

Johne's disease, a chronic (years) mycobacterial infection, affects principally the lower small intestine of many ruminants. Cattle, sheep and goats and less frequently deer, llamas, bison and other ruminants are all susceptible to the disease. Johne's disease usually refers to the clinical condition associated with the mycobacterial infection, where as the term "Paratuberculosis" usually refers to the state of being infected with the causative organism M. Paratuberculosis but not necessarily having clinical signs.

Clinical signs of Johne's include weight loss and diarrhea with a normal appetite. Signs are rarely evident until two to several years after the initial infection, which usually occurs soon after birth. Other than the loose consistency, the manure appears normal. Several weeks after the onset of diarrhea a soft swelling may occur under the jaw (bottle jaw). Bottle jaw or intermandibular edema is due to protein loss from the bloodstream into the intestinal tract. Animals at this stage of the disease, will not live very long, perhaps a few weeks at most.

We only breed does with negative test results.  If you are purchasing a kid and would like to have it tested, we can have it performed, before the kid leaves our premises. However, this will be at an additional cost to the buyer. In our opinion testing and using negative stock is the most effective way of eradicating this disease.

All goats are sold "as is" and all sales are final after the animal leaves our premises.  This policy is for the bio-security of our herd.

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