Tennessee Fainting Goats
B9846 Oakwood Rockin Acres Montorse OEL  a.k.a "Ben"
DOB 5-17-13   blue eyes
Sire: B7950 Hillcrest Ranch Sully ORA
Dam: B7963 Hillcrest Ranch Dolly ORA
Premium Fainter Bucks
Dixie Rock Ranch Space Cowboy
DOB  6-27-07   blue eyes
Sire: Kroll's Hilly Acres Deiter
Dam: Horst Farms Hershey Kiss
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Dixie Rock Ranch Girdie
DOB 08-03-07   polled
Sire: Buckaroo Bluffs Apache
Dam: DM Kids Roz
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Nala
DOB January 2007
marbled eyes
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Premium Fainter Does
2018 Kids
Vollmer Mini Cattle
Vollmer Mini Cattle
Vollmer Mini Cattle
Here on the Vollmer Ranch we raise Miniature Zebu Cattle and Tenneessee Fainting Goats
There are 400 million goats in the world, but how many of them can faint?  Fainting Goats are a slightly smaller version of the standard goat, who, believe it or not, thanks to a genetic condition called "myotonia congenita", actually seem to faint when they are startled.  This breed has several names, the most common are Myotonic Goats, Tennessee Fainting Goats, or Stiff Legged Goats.  The names refer specifically to myotonia congenita, a condition in which the muscle cells experience prolonged contraction when the goat is startled.  The transitory stiffness associated with these contractions can cause the goat to stop moving, stiffen, and even fall down.  This is not a true faint, but a muscular phenomenon unrelated to the nervous system.  The actual degree of stiffness may vary widely from goat to goat and is based on a number of factors, including age, species purity, and degree of fright.
We've just started our Fainting Goat program and have purchased quality breeding stock from some of the best goat herds in the country.  We have purchased premium goats from Jessica Olivier of the Dixie Rock Ranch of Ipswich, South Dakota and crossed them with the goats we purchased from Dave Koop of Black Hawk, South Dakota. Thanks to starting with great breeders we have developed a flashy look of our own.
Phillip Vollmer      14856 139th Place,  Piedmont, South Dakota 57769    1-605-787-6235
Jonezy
DOB  3-25-09   polled
Sire: Davey Jones
Dam: Dixie Rock Ranch Girdie
Grace's Farm Max
DOB  2-23-11   blue eyes
Sire: Nazworthy Acres Zerox
Dam: B's Barn Lotsa Dots
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Cinny Buns
DOB 4-27-12   blue eyes
Sire: Dixie Rock Ranch Space Cowboy
Dam: Nala
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Megan
DOB 3-2-10   blue eyes
Sire: Dixie Rock Ranch Space Cowboy
Dam: Nala
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Bailey
DOB 3-25-09   polled
Sire: Davey Jones
Dam: Dixie Rock Ranch Girdie
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Nelly
DOB 2-22-11   polled
Sire: Jonezy
Dam: Nala
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Shelly
DOB 2-22-11   polled & marble eyes
Sire: Jonezy
Dam: Nala
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Anya
DOB 10-29-15
Sire: Ole
Dam: Coconut
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Candy
DOB 3-8-14   blue eyes
Sire: Dixie Rock Ranch Space Cowboy
Dam: Nala
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Kia
DOB 3-22-15
Sire: Dixie Rock Ranch Space Cowboy
Dam: Nala
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Cuddles
DOB 6-6-11
Sire: Jonezy
Dam: Snuggles
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(doeling) & (doeling)
DOB 1-27-18  blue eyes
Sire: Ben
Dam: Penny
FOR SALE $250 & $200
Buffy
DOB 4-16-12
Sire: Grace's Farms Max
Dam: Dixie
Chevon
DOB 5-1-12
Sire: Dixie Rock Ranch Space Cowboy
Dam: Nelly
Carson (buckling)
DOB 2-4-18  blue eyes
Sire: Ben
Dam: Blue Eyes
Munchkin (doeling)
DOB 2-22-18  blue eyes
Sire: Ben
Dam: Kia
(doeling) Jenny & Jack (buckling)
DOB 2-26-18
Sire: Jonezy
Dam: Chevy
(doeling) & (doeling)
DOB 3-2-18   both have blue eyes
Sire: Ben
Dam: Flo
(buckling) , (buckling)  &  (doeling)
DOB 2-27-18
Sire: Jonezy
Dam: Buffy
Jigger (buckling)
DOB 3-1-18   blue eyes
Sire: Ben
Dam: Daisy
(buckling) Rolly & Polly (doeling)
DOB 3-1-18   Rolly is polled Rolly has marbled eyes
Sire: Ben
Dam: Audra
FOR SALE  Rolly $150 & Polly $200
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