We are located in Norco, CA
Horse Town USA
A city ,but yet we have a rural living ambiance. Where you see Camels walking down our horse trail streets, horse and rider going through the fast food drive through, and a red, white, and blue painted highway. Livestock are very welcomed here.
Welcome to Elite Safehaven Hills! We have a horse ranch in the beautiful Hills of Norco. In the calm climate of Southern California. I have been raising Nigerian Dwarf Goats since 2004. After purchasing some as pets in 2002. I wanted a smaller breed of goat and after researching I fell in love with the miniature breed: Nigerian Dwarf. Back then I only started with one pair and enjoyed them as pets and home milker's. Nigerian's produce some of the highest butterfat % which is great for butter and cheese making. I used their milk to make cheese, butter, ice cream, and even goat milk soaps. I used the goat milk in my homemade lotions & beauty products. I quickly fell in love with their sweet and charming personalities. One of our favorite foundation kids "Duke" (pictured to the right- at 12 years old) was raised with my two children and was their protector. He was the reason we fell more in love with this breed and decided to grow our herd. He was amazing and didn't know he was a goat! He was defiantly a family member and his passing was heartbreaking. Now, almost 20 years later I have grown and developed our small foundation herd to excel in the show ring and milking pail. We have many great lines in our herd including: Castle Rock, Algedi Farms, Rosasharn's, Urban Acres, Curbstone Valley, Alethia, Dill's, and Old Mountain Farm.. My daughter started showing goats in 4-H in 2017' and fell in love with showing goats. 2021 will be our 4rd year showing. I do have many years of knowledge with raising Nigerians, but showing was new to us. We were fast learners and enjoyed every moment of the life in the show ring. I hope to help pass what I have learned over the years to others that are just starting out. We all learn something new everyday! We thrive to improve our herd each year.