￼In 1991, Rosalie first met the McCauls and was instantly drawn to her mohair fiber and goats. Every year, she would drive 90 min south of St. Louis just to buy many of her fine fleeces which she masterfully handspun and sold. She always admired their fervent effort to show the best goats in the country.
In 2012, Rosalie had the opportunity to purchase some of the finest color goats in the country as the McCauls from Indian Spring Farms were retiring. She received 4 nannies with kids at side, 1 yearling doeling, and one buck. later four more white Texan goats came to complete her herd of colored and white angora.
Rosalie could not have asked for a better livestock as a first time owners as goats are very social, entertaining, and charismatic.
By 2014, she got the courage to kid 14 new babies.
Rosalie’s goal is to continue Avelene and Jim’s work in producing high quality fiber animal with excellent depth of color and beautiful sound bodies.
As of 2018, the goat herd blossomed to 50 goats as she has carefully added genetics for finer fleeces with low kemp and improved body conformation.