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Help Feed The Goats

Everyone needs help from time to time, especially when starting a new venture. We already have our land and a small heard of goats and a small flock of chickens and ducks. My husband and I have struggled for many years financially due to some health issues, those health issues keep us from the regul... Read More

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Everyone needs help from time to time, especially when starting a new venture. We already have our land and a small heard of goats and a small flock of chickens and ducks. My husband and I have struggled for many years financially due to some health issues, those health issues keep us from the regular workforce.

Building a family ranch is something we can do at our own pace and that some of our disabled children will be able to do as they become adults. The money we receive will go towards building supplies, goat milk soap and lotion making supplies, towards getting our vehicles fixed and running again, fed for the livestock, dog food for the working dogs, paying the phone bill, adding to our current solar system to meet our growing electrical needs, milking machines for the dairy goats and equipment for processing natural fiber from our fiber goats. 

We appreciate any and all assistance towards building a sustainable family ranch for ourselves and our family.  Thank you

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Amity Nicholson, on behalf of

Amity Nicholson

Building a sustainable business is a goal we are aiming to achieve. As we are building our family ranch, we are improving and serving our community. We will be able to give back to programs that we have had to utilize due to financial difficulties. Giving back is very important to us. Thank you.

Amity Nicholson

Amity Nicholson is a wife and mom to three children. Amity grew up on a dairy farm and wishes to give her children the experience of farm life. Amity and her husband Ben are both disabled, but not disabled enough for disability. So building a sustainable family farm their only option.

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