King’s Rock Reservation/Purchase Policy

Thank you in your interest in an animal from King’s Rock Farm.  To reserve an animal, we require a $75 deposit sent to us in cash, money order or PayPal.  Checks should be made payable to Danielle Carolei.   Deposits via PayPal can be sent to kingsrockfarm@aol.com.  If you pay via PayPal, please be sure to either send money via friends and family or pay for the transaction fees.  The remainder of the purchase price must be paid before the kid leaves the farm. Final payment must be paid in cash, money order or PayPal.  We do not accept checks at pickup. 

Reservations are taken on a first come, first serve basis, based on when we receive the deposits on the animal.  We strive to meet the needs of the purchaser but cannot guarantee that the desired kid will be available.  We reserve the right to keep any animal for our herd, regardless of whether a kid has been pre-reserved, or not.  We also reserve the right to not offer animals for sale if they do not meet our strict standards. 

If the reserved animal is not available to the buyer, the buyer will be offered another available kid or have their deposit refunded.   First choice reservations will take precedence before second choice kids will be made available.  If the buyer backs out of the purchase at any time, unless King’s Rock Farm is not able to meet their reservation, their deposit will not be returned. 

If the animals that are being purchased need to be shipped, the buyer is responsible for all shipping expenses; including vet costs such as health papers, and any necessary testing, crates and flights.  The purchaser will not receive the ADGA registration papers or registration application until all costs of transportation are paid in full. 

All animals will be sold with ADGA registration papers or registration application unless previously stated.  While we strive to offer the best animals to our buyers, please remember that raising livestock successfully is not solely about genetics; management plays a huge role in how the animal develops and performs. 

We care about our animals, and where they end up and ask that if you ever decide to sell your King’s Rock animal, you give us the right of first refusal to buy the animal back.