Maine

Breeders

Paige Corning
314 Mountain Rd.
Cape Neddick, ME 03902
207–450–8237
paigelyn89@gmail.com

Lisa Lapierre
Village Quilt Shop
14 Wilson Street
Berwick, ME 03901
207–451–0590
https://www.facebook.com/VillageQuiltShop

Chris and Kate Peters
Aisling Heights Farm
737 Fuller Road
Carmel, ME 04419
207–745–8383
chrisp56@yahoo.com
www.facebook.com/AislingHeightsFarmME/

Dorothy Sewall
Goat Whey Farm
1365 S. Clary Road
Jefferson, ME 04348
207–620–2067
dorothy1324@hotmail.com

Allan and Kim Sparks
P.O. Box 189
Hanover, ME 04237-0189
207–507–1243
sparrowhawkfarm@yahoo.com

Unity College Livestock
Meg Anderson
Sustainable Agriculture Program, Unity College
90 Quaker Hill Road
Unity, ME 04988
207–975–1509
MAnderson@unity.edu




Regional Information

There is low selenium in the soil in Maine. Goats should receive selenium supplements in mineral salt or by injection.



Dairy Information

Milk samples may be sent to:

Dairy One
730 Warren Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
800–344–2697

Fees (updated February 2007): $5.85 per sample to test fat, protein, and somatic cell count.
Best to call before you send the sample.


State Regulations

A prior permit is required for all goats imported into the state Info is at http://www.maine.gov/dacf/php/about/faq.shtml

Goats imported into the state shall be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within the 30 days prior to importation.

All goats imported into the state shall be identified by either: scrapie identification tags issued by the Department or the United States Department of Agriculture; breed registration tattoos accompanied by breed registration certificates or other tattoos approved by the Department; or USDA-approved electronic identification devices.



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