We added LaManchas to our farm as a way to ensure fresh, organic goat milk for our family. Turns out, they gave us more than healthy, great tasting milk, they gave us their heart and stole ours in the process. Every LaMancha at our farm lives a pampered life & gives back more in personality & milk than our pails can hold.
Though they love it here on the farm, the girls decided they wanted to be in show business, so we let them give it a whirl & they did make our farm proud. We hope you enjoy viewing our family of LaManchas, and come back often.
Our 2010 Show Results (including ADGA Nationals) are now posted! Click on Misc. Button above to see. 10-15-10 several goat photos & info added today. Click on goats & category of goats to view.
10-15-10 - This website has been updated with our 2010 show information & many of our 2010 photos. Since the links that will lead you to our individual goat pages are unavailable at this time, we have posted a few highlights or updated information regarding each goat by their photo. Thank you for visiting our site, and we hope you will visit us again in the near future.

Grand Terra's Miss Expectation
Grand Terra's Mink
Mink & Miss Expectation--Full Sisters
Grand Terra's Ultra Payne
Miss Expectation's 1st Progeny--Ultra Payne
We are featuring these 3 does that competed at the ADGA Nationals in Louisville, KY, June 2010 because of their relationship to each other. Mink was the 2nd Place Jr. Kid, Missy was the 4th Place Three Year Old Milker, and Ultra Payne was the 2nd Place Junior Yearling. We are proud of all of our placers, but these three are definitely demonstrating the strength of their family genetic background. One cannot help but admire and respect everyone who played a part in the continued development of this line of genetics. This is what we all like to see happen in our various maternal lines. We cannot begin to acknowledge everyone that has been involved in these genes without the possibility of leaving someone out, but we do appreciate all of the hard work and dedication that went into this line & we are excited to be a part of its continued growth. We like what we are seeing, and hope we can inject some genetic improvement in future generations.
James and Nina Branham, Grand Terra Farms
Grand Terra's Diamond
UPDATE: Since our June feature of the does above, we felt the need to include "Diamond" (Mink's littermate sister) to this grouping of does. Diamond was also shown at Nationals and was the 11th place Junior Kid. Mink, Diamond, & Sergio (the buck that was part of these very special triplets) were born on 4-3-10. Diamond was the smallest of the three, & she continues to be much smaller than Sergio (huge), Mink (really large for age), but she is definitely beginning to blossom now. Diamond is an extremely dairy & correct doeling. All three kids have different looks and styles, and if we had not personally assisted with their kidding, we would never have believed they came from the same litter. Diamond was the Best Junior Doe in Show at the Kansas State Fair in September 2010. Way to go Diamond, & we proudly add you to our feature above.