Staveley Farms Boer Goats

Boer Goats

   Site updated: April 7 2017

Staveley farms is located in St. Anicet Quebec, Canada approximately one hour from Montreal, Quebec and Cornwall, Ontario. 
 Welcome to our website.  If you are looking for High Quality, Healthy, Registered Purebred or Percentage Boer Meat goats you have come to the right place. 
Our base herd consists of  40 mature breeding does and three unrelated bucks.  We are proud to say that most of the does in our herd have been bred up from our own foundation stock.  Our focus is on quality not quantity. 



We truly believe in raising strong hard working, high quality meat goats and are always striving to produce a better goat that will go above and beyond today's industry standards.  Our herd is built on the foundation of strong genetics throughout the Boer goat industry in Canada and USA.  We are serious about our goats, not only their genetics, conformation, and productivity, but their health.  If they're not healthy nothing else matter in the long run.  We are and will continue to invest in our own herd with the goal of producing excellent animals for ourselves and to sell to other breeders.


Proud Members of The Canadian Meat Goat Association 

We take part in both programs offered to improve the Quality of the Boer goat breed in Canada.

1)  Type Evaluation

2)  Performance Testing


Enrolled in the voluntary Scrapie Program since 2010.

Our herd has been tested negative for CAE annually since 2008.

We do not blood test our animals for CL because we vaccinate for it. (The vaccine would cause them to show a false positive result in blood.) So cannot say ethically that we are "negative" for it but there are no signs of CL in our herd.  We do test all abscesses and should we have a positive case in the future it will be culled.

 We don't buy in a lot of stock and try and keep our herd as closed as possible to keep our health status.

For more information on our herd maintenance you can have a look here: Herd Health Program



In September 2012 for the first time ever we had some of our herd Type Evaluated confirming to us that we are on the right road with our mainly home-bred breeding program.  

We learned more about how the Type evaluation points in each section are added together to give each animal a score.  Good conformation is the base of the evaluation but also a very big part of the final score is animal condition and mature size.  

Our herd is pastured in the summer and fed a very limited amount of grain. Our animals are structurally sound and the young ones will definitely improve their scores in the muscling, volume and capacity area as they age.


October 2016 Results

One Double Excellent !

One VG89

Two VG88

Four VG87

 Four VG86

Five VG85

Seven G+ and Four were G+84





Staveley Dream Girl

Classified double Excellent 2016 

kidded quads (one dead at birth) August 28 2016 nursing three.



Classified Excellent 2014



(RIP 2015)

 Staveley Raspberry Red

Classified Double Excellent 2014




It is important to us that you know that we will be here for you if have any questions about the animals you have purchased from us or need information on their care in the future and that the door doesn't close after you leave our farm.  Just drop us a line or send us an e-mail.


Thank you for stopping by.  

We hope you enjoy your visit.


 Please check back often we update our site regularly.


Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us we are always happy to hear from other people who share our passion for goats.

            Shannon Thurston & Kevin Staveley 

            1486 Leahy Road

             St. Anicet, Quebec, Canada
J0S 1M0



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