So happy to see you! Wild Oak Farms is a first generation family farm, tucked in Northern Missouri. The farm is home to a small herd of Nubian dairy goats, a couple of equine friends, a growing flock of Sebastopol geese, and a three dog Livestock Guardian Dog team! We are here to help you achieve your homesteading goal
Hi friend! Happy to meet you!
This is Wild Oak Farms!
We are Mandi and Casey.
A Registered Veterinary Nurse and a Medical ICU RN, first generation homesteaders in Missouri. We are here to break down barriers, make a difference, learn with you, teach you, and have a good dang time doing it.
At Wild Oak Farms, we raise a small herd of Registered Nubian goats, of which we hand milk. Then Farmer Mandi turns it into lotion!
We have chickens and geese, all of which keep us entertained daily. In Spring- we hatch and sell straight-run Sebastopol goslings and Muscovy ducklings.
Each Summer we also have Nubian kids for sale.
Heck yea, I could say I do this for the sunrises and the wonderful dog that greets me every morning. There's more. I started this hobby farm to grow personally. I have an extensive background in veterinary medicine, but I wanted more. I wanted the dirt between my toes in the summer, I wanted a group of animals to rely on my care, I wanted to bond with my community.
We have an *on your honor* farm stand at the road side.
Any inquiries, reach out on Instagram or Email.
Goat's Milk lotions and soaps.
*CUSTOM ORDERS WELCOME*
This is what dinner time looks like around here.
We keep an open barn around here! All species comingle with one another!
Many things start as an inkling of a thought? A dream? That is this. That is how the Wild Oak Farms FARMacy came to fruition. I am insanely passionate about the idea of wanting everyone to have the ability and or access to fresh food, homegrown food. I am a self-taught green thumb, but a lot of us just don't have the time, drive or ability to grown food in their backyards. That IS OKAY! That is where we come in. Last year we were able to grow an abundance of food, of which I put in the roadside on-your-honor produce stand. That will continue in the years to come..
In there reads a sign that says-
"Take what you want, but not more than you need. If you cannot pay monetarily, please pay it forward."
I mean that. Take a tomato, a flower, whatever you want. Spread kindness.
If YOU grow food and have an abundance, join me in the FARMacy movement and donate to your local food bank. Thanks for being awesome.
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