Our goat farm, a total of 180 dairy goats + 40 sucklings of the Saane breed (Weiße Deutsche Edelziege), had its beginning 20 years ago.
The initial total of 10 goats has grown slowly and in 2005 we chose to turn our cow's farm to a goat dairy farm. After the construction of our airy stables were done, we were abel to deliver the goat milk to the Southtyrolean Milkon dairy producer.
To ensure good quality milk we turned to controlled breeding, based on artificial insemination. Only the best genetic material from different countries (Switzerland, England, France and the Netherlands) is used.
We place great value on disease-free farming operations. In addition to the daily hygiene measures, site visits under strict hygienic conditions are being performed regularly.
Factory tours for interested breeders are made on appointment.
Through intensive testing we control our goats in terms of quantity, fat and protein content and cell content. Performance tests showed a stable average of over 1000 kg of milk / goat / year. Peak performances of 1400-1600 kg of milk are not uncommon.
The measurements are continuously monitored by the Association of South Tyrolean small animal breeders and the Association of South Tyrolean farmers.
In addition to the milk quality and quantity, we place great emphasis on the morphology, in particular on the udder quality and milking ability.