Stonebrier Farm

Boer Goats
Fullbloods and Purebreds

Nubian Dairy Goats


Ron & Arline Stone

3129 N. Hunt Rd.
Oak Harbor WA. 98277

Updated June 2016


     In 2000, we visited our sons who were serving at Naval Air Station Whidbey and fell in love with this beautiful island.
 We decided to buy a long neglected farm and went to work. The name of the farm, "Stonebrier" was chosen because our name is "Stone" and the property was one big "brierpatch."
We had Blackberry canes that had grown up to the roof of the barn and everywhere else.
 As Whidbey Island is known locally as "The Rock," our name "Stone" fit perfectly! We have moved a few tons of rocks, or at least our backs feel like we did.
    We went on a Nubian Goat buying trip with one of our grandsons for a 4-H project and came home with one of our own. Of course, she was lonely, so we bought her a Boer doe as a companion, and that was the beginning of our adventure with goats. We now have a small herd of registered South African Boer meat goats and Nubian dairy goats.
    Our goal with our Boer goats is to raise the best possible example of the breed that can be used for breeding stock, show animals or for eating.
All newly purchased animals for our herd are examined by our Veterinarian and then quarantined for 30 days prior to introduction into the herd.
 The whole herd has been tested  for CAE and C.L. and the results were all negative.
Herd health and bio-security are very important to us so that we can provide the best animals possible.
We hand raise all of our Nubian kids on raw milk.  Since our herd is disease free, we do not pasteurize. 
Our Nubian kids are disbudded, grow well and are friendly.  Occasionally, but not too often, we have a milker for sale.
Buck kids can be reserved, but not from first fresheners.
 Most buck kids are wethered unless we see an exceptional one, out of one of our very best milkers. 
 We do not show, and we are not on milk test or Linear appraisal.
The only tests that we are interested in are the ones that show that we have a healthy herd.
We strive to raise good, friendly, producing milkers for family use.
We are members of the ADGA and our Nubians are registered with them.


   Our whole herd is guarded by Anatolian Shepherds. Chance, the female, was purchased from Joyce Ninnemann of "Rollin Sage Boers" Farm and Moses, the male, from Terry Parker of "Parkers Gourmet Goats" Farm.
    If you would like to take a drive to Whidbey Island, we would be happy to show you our herd. However, please call first so that we can be available to answer any of your questions. If you see any goats that you might want to know more about just give us a call or write us an e-mail. Many of the kids that you will see on our web site will be scheduled for sale.
    We feel blessed to live in this wonderful country, "The Land of the Free - Because of the Brave." God Bless America.
    We give praise to God for all of our bounty as it truly comes from Him as it is written: "You shall have enough goats milk for your food, For the food of you household, And the nourishment of your maidservants." Proverbs 28:27
    Thank you for visiting our web site.

We are very excited about this year's kid crop!






Sunset at Stonebrier Farm
Sunrise at Stonebrier Farm



   Ron & Arline Stone
Whidbey Island, Washington


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