Spirit Wind Farm- Horses and ADGA Nubian Dairy Goats

Spirit Wind Farm- Horses and ADGA Nubian Dairy Goats "With You I shelter the horse" Jeremiah 51.21
Offers Appaloosa Foals, Breeding & Registered Nubians Hi! My name is Sarah and I live in northeast Indiana.
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Spirit Wind Farm is my little hobby farm that currently consists of 7 horses (plus any foals that are for sale each year), 8 Nubian dairy goat does, 2 Nubian bucks, (and whatever goat kids I have for sale each year), chickens for eggs and meat, sometimes a cpi[;e pigs for meat, 2 Anatolian Shepherd Dogs, a Doberman Pinscher, a Cane Corso, and 4 barn cats. I've always been passionate about horses a

nd bought my first horse, Spirit, in 2005. I bought my second horse, Gunner, a year later. I lived in town so I had to board my horses for 2 years until I found a place in the country. I am legally blind and was a young widowed mother so my horses were my therapy. The 4 acre property I bought came with a horse, Shade, so my little herd grew to three. The huge bank barn was complete with a rooster so I bought a few more chickens. I was devastated by a horrific barn fire at the end of my first winter here in which I lost that beautiful barn and all my chickens and several cats. God blessed me and spared my children (who had just been playing in the barn), my horses (who I had just let out of their stalls), and my dogs (who I was able to get out of the kennel attached to the barn). I had one other large empty pole barn so the horses still had shelter. I rebuilt another small barn as those old bank barns can never be replaced! I remarried in 2010 and my family grew from 2 kids to 4 and my furry family grew as well. Some horses came and went although I am not someone who buys and resells horses, I found homes for rescues once they were ready or if a horse I bought ended up not being a good fit for us I would find a better home for them. My first horse, Spirit, passed away from chronic colic after having a foal in 2014 and ended up going septic. When I added goats to my farm and needed to come up with a herd name, I named my farm after Spirit. I looked into registering as a non-profit organization with the government and becoming a 501(c)(3) but this is my personal home and farm and registering as a 501(c)(3) business gives the government control and if the business ever "went under" they could force me to sell my barns! Plus it costs over $1000 ($1800 if I have someone do it for me) to register a business and become a 501(c)(3) which I can't afford. Even if I could afford that, I would rather put that money toward the animals! I no longer am able to take in rescues as 1) Every penny comes out of my own pocket and I can no longer afford the expense to rehab horses who are emaciated and/or with health issues. 2) Wish the addition of our breeding stallion and foals each year, I don't have room for more. I will still offer transport for rescues to a rescue facility as I have a large 4 horse trailer and hope to one day be able to rescue again, Lord willing. Animals I now own are-
6 horses: Gunner (dun, cowbred Quarter Horse gelding); Gambit (dark bay/white, Tennessee Walker gelding); Pneuma (palomino, Tennessee Walker/Haflinger/Quarter Horse cross mare); Raine (registered blue roan/gray, solid Paint Horse mare); Storm (black/white Tennessee Walker gelding); Legend (registered Fewspot Appaloosa stallion).

6 Nubian Dairy goat does: Courtney, Ebony, Reckoning, Parris, and 2 as yet unnamed.

1 Nubian buck: Bodie.

4 Dogs: Dangleberry AKA Berr (registered apricot Anatolian Shepherd neutered male); Athena (registered fawn with liver mask Anatolian Shepherd spayed female); Phantom (registered cream and white neutered Doberman male); Reckless (registered black brindle Cane Corso neutered male).

4 barn cats: Jet (striped neutered tabby); Jo (black and white spayed female); Jack (striped grey male); and Vodka (lilac point Siamese spayed female)

Layer Chickens one of which has been named Rose.

08/12/2023
08/02/2023

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This gray buckling is still looking for a new herd!
07/08/2023

This gray buckling is still looking for a new herd!

CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE Blue roan buckling disbudded and UTD on vacs. Ready to go. 2oo as a wether, 4oo as a registered buck.

Both these boys are still looking for a new herd!
07/08/2023

Both these boys are still looking for a new herd!

Parris is a FF out of Dolce and Duran. She had buck twins her first kidding with no problems. They are disbudded, UTD on vacs and ready to go. 2oo as a wether, 4oo as a registered buck.

I realized I never created an album for Courtney's girls! I will be keeping the gray one but the tan and white is lookin...
07/08/2023

I realized I never created an album for Courtney's girls! I will be keeping the gray one but the tan and white is looking for a new herd!

The tan and white doeling is ready to go. I will be keeping the gray one but the tan and white is looking for a new herd. 600 registered.

07/08/2023
Both these kids are still looking for a new herd!
07/08/2023

Both these kids are still looking for a new herd!

THE BUCK IS SOLD, DOE IS STILL AVAILABLE
Ebony is a First Freshener and had buck (grey roan) and doe (black) twins. Are disbudded and UTD on vacs. Doe is 6oo registered.

07/08/2023

As a reminder; I am currently NOT taking in rescues. Rehabing and animal of any size is very expensive and I don't have the extra funds or space for any at the moment. Animals that are abandoned here will be taken to a shelter. If/when I am able to rescue in the future, it will be noted in this page's title.

Some je****ff dropped another kitten in front of our house! Prob not even old enough to be away from mom. Luckily Elijah...
07/06/2023

Some je****ff dropped another kitten in front of our house! Prob not even old enough to be away from mom. Luckily Elijah heard her meowing and got her before she got hit by a car. She's got a massive double eye infection and respiratory infection. I don't know if her eyes are even viable. They're completely matted shut. This one is going to have to go to the shelter. We can't afford to keep dropping several hundred dollars into the vet care it takes to bring these babies back to health. And yes, all the medication, shots, and spay/neuter surgery would cost around $500. If anyone wants to take her in let me know. We'll take her to the shelter tomorrow.
UPDATE: I found a lady to take her who just raised 4 kittens who had been abandoned by the mom.

STOLEN HORSE IN MISSOURI!UPDATE FROM NETPOSE AND THE OWNER: HAPPY DANCE TIME UPDATE: GREAT NEWS!!! DEDRICK HAS BEEN FOUN...
06/23/2023

STOLEN HORSE IN MISSOURI!
UPDATE FROM NETPOSE AND THE OWNER: HAPPY DANCE TIME UPDATE: GREAT NEWS!!! DEDRICK HAS BEEN FOUND!! The owner called and said the horse was located in Anderson, MO. There has been an arrest made. It was a previous client that took the horse. A man saw this information and a for-sale ad on Craig's list for a Friesian for $50k. The thief quickly removed the ad, but it was too late. Thanks to everyone involved who played a part in bringing Dedrick home and an arrest made. There is so much more to the story, but that is all we can say now because of the investigation. This is from Debbie's profile post. DEDRICK HAS BEEN FOUND AND IN MY POSSESSION. WAITING ON THE TRUCK AND TRAILER TO ARRIVE TO TAKE HIM HOME. THE SUSPECTS HAVE BEEN ARRESTED!! And will have multiple felonies. I cannot thank everyone enough for all the wonderful help warriors out there that did an amazing job sharing. It was because you sharing that a hit lead led to his rescue! They tried to turn him loose and he was running down the road, but thanks to the MANY locals and Pineville sheriff's department, he will arrive home tonight. Thank you to Joan Olson for giving me the bit tip!! Thank you to Madison Swaim for helping me piece it all together. I am in tears as I write this. The floodgates are coming now that the immediate danger is over. Ps. This was a previous client!

In Kendallville, Indiana- 4 bucklings (can be wethered) and a doeling ADGA registerable purebred Nubians. All born in Ma...
06/02/2023

In Kendallville, Indiana- 4 bucklings (can be wethered) and a doeling ADGA registerable purebred Nubians. All born in March. All just got their last CDT booster yesterday. From a clean herd. Included are pics of the parents.

05/19/2023

With most of the baby goats now weaned, I have more milk than I know what to do with. Since I'm not a grade-A dairy, I can't legally sell it for human consumption but I can sell it for animal feed or crafting use (although you can do whatever you want with it ;) ). Everything that comes in contact with the milk is cleaned and bleached first. Sooo, I'm offering raw, filtered, unpasteurized (you can pasturize if desired) goat milk at $5/half gallon fresh (you bring or trade jar) or frozen in cubes. For "animals and crafting". We can deliver within the Kendallville and Albion areas.

It's that time of year! Don't miss your chance at the $800 stud price as next year it will be going up. Now that Legend ...
05/12/2023

It's that time of year! Don't miss your chance at the $800 stud price as next year it will be going up. Now that Legend has several offspring on the ground and they all have been impressive in both their color and temperaments, I feel he's proven his worth as a sire.

In Kendallville, Indiana- doeling (black) and the rest are buckling. All born the first half of March. ADGA registerable...
04/26/2023

In Kendallville, Indiana- doeling (black) and the rest are buckling. All born the first half of March. ADGA registerable from a clean herd tested yearly. All from the same sire; *B LUNAMOJO X/G BODACIOUS. More on them in the photo albums.

I know this isn't a "farm" post but thought I'd share the link to a book I wrote and published on Amazon. It's free on K...
04/22/2023

I know this isn't a "farm" post but thought I'd share the link to a book I wrote and published on Amazon. It's free on Kindle Unlimited if you have Amazon Prime or you can purchase it. If you're local, you can buy a signed copy from me for $5 less as I can buy author's copies at cost. It has a Twilight feel, but not with vampires or werewolves. So if you like paranormal romance with lots of action and no s**t, you'd like this one! Positive reviews are greatly appreciated! ;)

She has no idea how special she is… Cierra has always been a wallflower, but he sees something more in her. Their instant attraction is intense but there’s more to him than meets the eye. He is all that stands between her and the Forces of Evil, but are they strong enough to survive? His purpose...

04/06/2023

Pneuma has wax! This is when a mare starts to leak a little colostrum which dries and forms a waxy buildup on the ends of her teats. This means she close to foaling! Would be awesome if she had a Good Friday or Easter baby!

03/12/2023

PHEW! 3 kiddings resulting in 5 kids in 5 days. Another couple of nights of broken sleep and I'll have a break until May when Courtney has hers. It's like having a baby again! Except I'm only having to get up every few hours for a couple nights after their born instead of for weeks ;) Hopefully Courtney has all girls! So far we've only got 1 doe out of 5!

03/09/2023

Those of you who have been doing this for a while, may already know this trick, but if not, it’s handy to know.

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Hi! My name is Sarah and I live in northeast Indiana. Spirit Wind Farm is my little hobby farm that currently consists of 7 horses, 4 Nubian dairy goat does, 1 Nubian buck, around 5 chickens, 2 Anatolian Shepherd Dogs, a Doberman, a Standard Poodle, an indoor cat, and a barn cat. And whatever goat and horse babies I have fore sale. I've always been passionate about horses and bought my first horse, Spirit, in 2005. I bought my second horse, Gunner, a year later. I lived in town so I had to board my horses for 2 years until I found a place in the country. I am legally blind and was a young widowed mother so my horses were my therapy. The 4 acre property I bought came with a horse, Shade, so my little herd grew to three. The huge bank barn was complete with a rooster so I bought a few more chickens. I was devastated by a horrific barn fire at the end of my first winter here in which I lost that beautiful barn and all my chickens and several cats. God blessed me and spared my children (who had just been playing in the barn), my horses (who I had just let out of their stalls), and my dogs (who I was able to get out of the kennel attached to the barn). I had one other large empty pole barn so the horses still had shelter. I rebuilt another small barn as those old bank barns can never be replaced! I remarried in 2010 and my family grew from 2 kids to 4 and my furry family grew as well. Although I don’t buy horses to resell, I find home for rescues once they're ready. If a horse I buy ends up not being a good fit for us I would find a better home for them and I have 2 mares I breed and sell their foals. My first horse, Spirit, passed away from chronic colic and ended up going septic after having a foal in 2014. When I added goats to my farm and needed to come up with a herd name, I named my farm after Spirit. I looked into registering as a non-profit organization with the government and becoming a 501(c)(3) but this is my personal home and farm and registering as a 501(c)(3) business gives the government control and if the business ever "went under" they could force me to sell my barns! Plus it costs over $1000 ($1800 if I have someone do it for me) to register a business and become a 501(c)(3) which I can't afford. Even if I could afford that, I would rather put that money toward the animals! Any and all donations of any kind for rescues are still needed and greatly appreciated! (NOTE: I currently do not have any rescues due to the lack of funds and space.) Rescues I have had can be seen in their own album in the photo albums section. Animals I now own for life, Lord willing, are- 7 horses: Gunner (dun, cowbred Quarter Horse gelding), Isis (“white”, Arab/Quarter Horse cross mare), Gambit (dark bay/white, Tennessee Walker gelding), Pneuma (palomino, Tennessee Walker/Haflinger/Quarter Horse cross mare), Raine AKA Mist Moore Scotch (blue roan solid paint mare), Storm (dark bay/white Tennessee Walker gelding), and Legend AKA Ghostwind Starfall (white few spot Ghost Wind Appaloosa stallion). 4 Nubian Dairy goat does: Martini, Faith (for sale due to downsizing), Abercrombie, and Daiquiri 1 Nubian Dairy goat buck- Bernie 4 Dogs: Dangleberry AKA Berr (apricot Anatolian Shepherd neutered male), Athena (fawn with liver mask Anatolian Shepherd spayed female), Phantom (cream and white Doberman intact male), and Prince (black Standard Poodle intact male). An indoor cat, Vodka (Lilac Point Siamese, spayed female)

A barn cat, Jet (striped tabby neutered male). Layer Chickens

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