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*June 2019 News*The RRR has moved!  Now located on 7 acres in Nampa, Idaho!

* Rocky Ridge Ranch/Triple R Caprines is a raw milk farm, but we are not currently updating our licensing with ISDA due to the high costs for a small herd.**

Follow our Rocky Ridge Ranch Facebook page!  This is the first place that we post information regarding sales of livestock; We currently have a limited selection of ADGA registered Nigerian Dwarf doelings and one buck available.  Also ADGA registered alpines; doelings and milkers.  And, don’t forget the boys!  We periodically have wethers for sale as pack goats or someone who needs a lap goat!

The Barnyard

Our ranch began when we first met a llama at the county fair.  We were taken in by how tall they were, and by how calm they were.  We made some inquiries, and soon my kids were enrolled in the 4H program showing llamas!  Shortly thereafter, we acquired our first llama, Indian Peaks Trident, at a silent auction during a llama show.  Suddenly, we were the owners of ‘livestock’.  We couldn’t keep him at our house in the suburbs, so we looked into property.  That led to a 5 acre ranchette in Elizabeth, Colorado.  Within the first year, we added more llamas and chickens. We found a nice 35 acre parcel close by, but soon realized that with the scarcity of water and constant drought conditions in Colorado, we would need to relocate.

In 2017, we decided that it would be great fun to live closer to more of our family.  We have recently re-located to a property in Nampa, Idaho.  A big change, we have 7 acres to play with.  

Our family is conscious of the foods we eat and where they come from; this led us into the goat world.  We did a little searching and found out the many benefits to owning our own dairy goats.  We now milk at least 5 does a year, make our own cheeses and goat milk soap!  Becky is experimenting with all kinds of Goat Cheese recipes; the family favorite is Goat Cheese Truffles and a pound cake made with goat cheese!

Our youngest is continuing in 4H, and is excellent at showing goats and llamas at the county fair and other local shows.  We even have started our grand-daughter with showing poultry!

What Do We Do

The barnyard leads to many other fun activities.  Becky was a 4H leader in Elbert & Douglas Counties in Colorado.  She led a local community club, as well as the Llama & Alpaca project group and Heritage Arts projects.   Now a Camelid Project leader in Ada County, she will be co-supervising the Llama/Alpaca show at the Western Idaho Fair this August.

Coming soon:  Rocky Ridge Ranch is in the planning stages for a local fiber festival (2020)!  We will host many different artisans, including spinners, weavers, and other fiber arts folk with products they sell and a few classes onsite.  If you would like to be a vendor, please email becky@rr-ranch.net with the name of your business and contact information.