Slackwater Farm
Slackwater Farm

2019!

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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

Animal health and sales policies:

#1 (and most important!) - I reserve the right to cancel any sale prior to actually transferring the animal(s) (with refund of any payments, if the cancellation is my decision). And...I will take any animal back at any time! These animals are the product of blood, sweat and tears from my entire family, including my children - and I'm committed to ensuring that they live the longest, healthiest lives possible.

#2 Welshes - ponies (weanling through finished) will occasionally be available. All ponies are WPCSA registered and up to date on all health requirements (including Coggins testing and vaccinations for EWT/EFR/WNV, PHF, S. equi, rabies and botulism). All ponies are sold with an RFR clause in the contract.

#3 LGDs - all Anatolians will be placed in working homes. Puppies are held until 12 weeks unless the buyer has an older LGD to "guide" the pup. All puppies will are up to date on all health requirements, including deworming and puppy vaccinations. I will provide a 25% refund on the sale of any LGD if you provide a copy of a spay/neuter certificate within 90 dales of the sale. All puppies are sold with an RFR clause in the contract.

#4 Goats - kids are usually available in the spring (weaned at 10 weeks of age), adults may be available year-round. All does and bucks are registered with their respective registries (MGR or ADGA), wethers are not registered. All goats are vaccinated for CD&T, pneumonia and rabies, and all parent stock is CAE, CL and JD tested and reported negative.

#5 Hollands - kits are available year-round (weaned at 10 weeks of age). I will provide a 25% refund on the sale of any rabbit if you provide a copy of a spay/neuter certificate within 60 days of the sale.

#6 Chickens - my farm is NPIP certified, meaning that my birds are tested annually for pollorum, typhoid and avian influenza.

Any questions? Just ask!