Sam and Lynn Israelit
Spanish Oaks Ranch
Templeton, CA

Richard Jauck
Ramona, CA 92065

Christalene Loren
PsiKeep Ranch
PO Box 115
Middletown, CA 95461

Laurel Sherrie
Bella Vita Canyon
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420

Mardi Rivetti
Santa Clarita, CA

Dan Thomas
Rhine LP
3300 Panorama Drive
Morro Bay, California 93442

Catherina Wadley
PO Box 159
Rio Nido, CA 95471


Roy and Betty Ahrensberg
2253 Helix Street
Spring Valley, CA 91977

Cheryl Potter
Santa Cruz County

Santa Ana Zoo
Contact Elta Chapman or Vanessa Perrigoue
1801 East Chestnut
Santa Ana, CA 92701

Regional Information

The selenium in the soil in California ranges throughout the state. Goats on low selenium areas should receive selenium supplements in mineral salt or by injection. Goat owners should contact their local extension office to determine the selenium level in their area, or the area in which their hay is grown.

Dairy Information

Milk samples may be sent to:

Fresno DHIA
2563 South Sarah
Fresno, CA 93706

Fees (updated April 2007):
Test for fat, protien, lactose solids, and somatic cell count is about $5.00 for 10 samples or fewer, $0.50 for each additional sample after that.
Send billing address, and they'll bill you.
Indicate on the sample that it is from a goat, and which sample goes to which goat.
Send samples in a leak-proof container (not a ziploc bag) by mail, UPS, or Fedex. The lab is open Monday through Friday, so plan that it should be delivered during a weekday.

State Regulations

Depending on what you're planning to do with your San Clemente Island goat, regulations for bringing a goat into California from out of state vary. The APHIS web page for California regulations went down this summer, so your next best bet is to contact the CA state vet:

Dr. Richard E. Breitmeyer, State Veterinarian
California Department of Food and Agriculture
1220 N Street, Room A-114
P.O. Box 942871
Sacramento, CA 95814

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