Fainting Goats

Last Updated: Jul 10, 2015

Myotonic goats or Fainting Goats are a breed of goat whose muscles freeze for about 10 seconds when they get startled. This is painless to the goat even though it  generally results  in the fainting goat falling over on it's side.   This is caused by a hereditary genetic disorder called myotonia congenita.  Fainting goats have many names: Myotonic Goats, Tennessee Goats, Tennessee Meat Goats, Nervous Goats, Stiff Leg Goats, among a few others. We raise the smaller of the breed and they are very friendly, easy to care for, intelligent, funny, and desirable pets for a small farm. We raise friendly, colorful, and easy fainters. We also raise the mini silky fainting goats! Myotonic's and Fainting Goats kid year round,  so check back often for bottle babies for sale.

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