Miracle Of B & E Meat Goats

My goats rule the farm!


             Welcome to Miracle Of B & E Meat Goats
This adventure started in 2012. Since then we have gone through allot of change over the years. My husband and I started it out with  does that where given to me for helping some one out.  That start a fire in me for the goats. My husband and I went and purchased our first buck in 2013.  Since then we have expanded the herd. We divided our 5 acres into several paddocks so we can rotate the goats from pen to pen. We have learned allot over the years but we still learn new things ever year. We are trying new things on our place to better improve our herd.  Last year we did are first Lap AI. This year we have purchase more semen straws so we can try and do AI on our place in the future of 2021. We are excited to try this new adventure. 

We strive to raise quality goats for meat or show


Herd Bucks

Herd Does


How do I make a payment?

I will take cash. Plus I have set up a square account so I can take debit and credit card.  I will be sending an invoice with what you are interested in. Or when you come and pick them up you can pay then. If I take credit or debit there will be a 2% added on charge.

Send me your email address and phone number and I will send you a invoice for you to make a payment. So email me or call me about the goats or puppies you would like to have and I will email you an invoice.I will take cash. I will take a check to hold goat or puppy for a deposit. Checks must be received 10 days before pick up. (So they can clear) Plus I have set up a square account so I can take debit and credit card.

Will you deliver or ship a goat or puppy?

I will meet up to 1 hours from my house for deliver. For every 1/2 hour of time drive after the first hour, the cost is $25 per half hour.  If you want a goat shipped you must make your own arrangements. That is between buyer and hauler.  

I will not allow shipping on puppies. Must be picked up or we meet.

Will you hold a goat or puppy for us?

The only way I will hold a goat or a puppy, is that you have to put a deposit on it. Deposit would be 1\2 the cost of the goat or puppy. That will be non refundable.  Before the goat or puppy can leave my place I have to be paid in full. Either by cash or Credit card. Will only hold for two weeks, then the goat or puppy is back up for sale. Baby goats will be held till weaned. Puppies will be ready to leave at 8 weeks from the day they where born.

Return Policy

You have 1 week to have the goat or puppy check by your vet at your expense. If there is anything wrong, you may return the goat or puppy along with the vet report for a full refund. You have up to 2 weeks from the date of purchase to return the goat or puppy.  
If the goat or puppy is not fitting in: You will have 15 days to return the goat. If you decided to return the goat or puppy, you will receive half your payment back. After 15 days there will be no refund.  

Out of state sale

If the goat is being shipped out of state. I will be getting vet inspections done on them so they can go out of state. 


The Miniature Australian Shepherd (North American Miniature Australian Shepherd) has a medium-length coat. It comes in blue or red merle, red or black tricolor, all with white and/or tan markings. The hair around the ears and eyes should not be white. The coat may be straight or slightly wavy, and should have feathering on the back of the legs, and a mane and frill around the neck. Hair on the head, front of the forelegs and on the outside of the ears is shorter than the rest of the coat. The hindquarters are the same length as the forequarters. The top of the skull is quite flat and clean cut. The feet are oval and compact. The lips do not hang over the lower jaw.

Miniature Australian Shepherds are easygoing, perpetual puppies that love to play. Courageous, loyal and affectionate, they are excellent children's companions that are great with active children. A devoted friend and guardian. Very lively, agile and attentive, they are eager to please with a sixth sense about what the owner wants. Miniature Australian Shepherds are highly intelligent and easy to train. They can become nervous and destructive if left alone too much without enough mental and physical exercise. They need a job to do, as the breed is very intelligent, active and thus easily bored. Socialize your dog well when it is a puppy to avoid it becoming suspicious of strangers. Some like to nip people’s heels in an attempt to herd them. They need to be taught herding humans is not acceptable. A fine companion, it also enjoys working small stock. They are quiet workers. This breed is not usually dog aggressive. Make sure you are this dog's firm, confident, consistent pack leader to avoid Small Dog Syndrome, human induced behavior problems. Always remember, dogs are canines, not humans. Be sure to meet their natural instincts as animals.

Miniature Height: 13 - 18 inches (33 - 46 cm)
Miniature Weight: 15 - 35 pounds (6 - 16 kg)

The gene for the beautiful merle coloration also carries a blind/deaf factor. This may be expressed only in merle/merle crosses. The vast majority of merle North American Miniature Australian Shepherds are heterozygous merles (one parent is merle, the other is solid) and these merles are not at risk for any special health problems due to their coloration. Be sure to check the hearing on merle puppies. Hip and eye problems can occur. Ensure sire and dam of puppies have been tested and are certified clear prior to purchasing a puppy. Some herding dogs carry a MDR1 gene which makes them sensitive to certain drugs that are otherwise okay to give another dog, but if tested positive for this gene can kill them.

Puppies for sale


  • Corydon, IA, United States