Rideen' to work with Naomi

Oona Bee Riot & Binga Von Flair - Naomi's goats are often home in their timber bamboo forest and on hiking adventures. They come to work with Naomi once or twice a week and hang out 'n chew the cud next to the registers. You're welcome to call ahead to check if they're in or when they may be next. 

They are from an excellent dairy herd, Quail Run Hollow, in Gaston, OR. Visit QRH by appointment for goat and cheese-making classes, baby goats kids and their cheese while in beautiful wine country, find more on their website


Your goats will generally need an annual CD/T booster (prevention of Tetanus and Enterotoxemia) and definitely need a ​BoSe (Selenium and Vitamin E) injection ​and Copper Bolus, ​annually, sometimes more often. We also have goat specific probiotics, ​selenium & vitamin E gel, ​electrolytes and a lot of first aid kit supplies.  

​Goat Vets: ​Here are recommendations for annual exams, fecal tests and shots, plus any other health concerns or emergencies:

Northwest Mobile Vet:  503-765-6702 - - Dr. Blake Miller - He's wonderful and Oona and Binga's vet! He comes to your home with one or two ​nice vet techs and has another woman veterinarian joining his practice in the summer of 2019. They also sees chickens and a wide variety of other animals​.​

Blue Door Vet:  503-819-8040 -
Dr. Meridith Dawson - Also a favorite of a number of our goat customers. :)

OSU Large Animal Hospital / Lois Bates Acheson:  541-737-2858 -
They specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of complex medical issues in goats, along with horses, sheep, cattle, camelids and pigs. Their team of large animal experts provide the best possible treatment in state-of-the-art facilities. The Large Animal Clinic also provides mobile vet service through our Rural Veterinary Program. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday + 24-hour emergency service available, seven days a week. Call 541-737-2858, listen to the instructions and leave a message. A doctor will return your call within minutes.

Newberg Veterinary Hospital:  503-746-8065 - Dr. Erin Tripp & Dr. Tina Johnson 

Abiqua Animal Clinic:  503-873-3691 

Eagle Fern Equine Hospital:  503-630-4558

These vets are compiled from our customers, please let us know if you have a good or bad experience at one or find a particular vet or clinic we should add to the list.  :)

Edible vs Poisonous Plants: Make sure to have printed plant list on hand as reference and share with your family, friends and neighbors - here is one source -  

*Rhododendrons and Pieris japonica, aka Lily of the Valley / Japanese Andromeda / Japanese pieris are two of the most poisonous and as they are ubiquitous in the PNW, very common for someone to mistakenly give goats or for them to be within a goat area and for even very well fed goats to accidentally want to eat and get very sick. There are many antidote recipes online, but make sure to also call your livestock vet asap.*

HAY: Compressed Orchard, the most popular with goats, Timothy and Alfalfa.  We also stock non-compressed Orchard.  Currently out of certified organic hay and on the search for manageable organic bale sizes.

CFO - Binga Von Flair

MINERALS: Redmond Goat Mineral, Fertrell's Premier Goat Minerals, Kelp Meal, Sodium Bicarbonate / Baking Soda, Azomite Trace Minerals, Dolomite 10AG, Redmond Organic Trace Mineral Salt: loose, rocks and blocks & Fertrell's Yeast (non-gmo and on grown organic alfalfa base).  Feed Sulfur, Sweetlix Caprine Milk Bird Brains & Chicken Butts Minerals and Diamond yeast by special order.  

FEED: Organic Alfalfa Pellets, Scratch & Peck Organic Soy Free Goat Feed (15%), Payback Organic All Breed (13.5%), along with Organic Whole Oats, Organic Triticale, Organic 

Barley, Non-gmo Camelina, Linseed Meal, Rolled Oats, Rolled Barley, Black Oil Sunflower Seeds.  Other feed ingredients by special order.

CEO - Oona Bee Riot
BEDDING: Compressed Non-og Wheat Straw Bales. Cedar and Pine Shavings, Cedar Toe Bales (when available), Dry Den wood bedding pellets with zeolite, Stall Dry and Lime.

BARN: Water buckets - black rubber or plastic in colors, Rubber feed tubs, hoof trimmers, milk filters, mineral tubs and other barn goods.  We are working on some custom hay and mineral feeders.

BOOKS: The Backyard Goat, Storey books on Miniature Livestock & Dairy Goats, City Goats, Natural Goat Care, plus Cheryl K. Smith's books coming soon and many other books on multiple animals, fencing, barn building, cheese making and soap making. Let us know if there are other goat items you'd like.

Fias Co Farm - Health & Husbandry, Cheese making, Natural Care - very well loved reference! It's also the site of Molly's Herbals
Hoegger Goat Supply - quality goat goods since 1935