Livestock Club

Gary Hounshel of Hounshell Farm, and his Chestnut Springs Farm bred and born wether win Reserve Grand Champion Show Wether in

Morehead, Kentucky’s USBGA sanctioned Boer Goat show on Saturday August 4th 2007. Gary’s wether, CSF Chad was born April 7, 2007!

CSF Chad is out of CSF Squaw and DL The Duke.


Ten year old Paige Stahl of Somerset, PA wins Grand Champion Show Wether with her Chestnut Springs Farm born and bred paint wether.  Congratulations to our good friend Paige, for a job well done!

Paige’s wethers are out of CSF Belladonna Puvee and DL The Duke.

We’re very proud of you Paige!!

2007 Bluestone Valley Fair Results

Ashley Peyton wins 2007 Reserve Grand Champion with her Chestnut Springs Farm born and bred show wether out of Luanne Puvee and DL The Duke.

2006 Bluestone Valley Fair Results

Chestnut Springs Farm wishes to congratulate all the 4-H children!!



1. Emma Faulkner

2. Kristin Mabe

3. Ben Walker

4. Monica Bennett

5. Rachel Parsons





1. Ashley Peyton

2. Rae Manning

3. Tony Gross

4. Emily Boze

5. Billy Parsons

6. Kayla Thacker

7. Bo Williby

8. Hunter Moses

9. Brandi Rose

Market Goats

Light Weight

1. Ben Walker

2. Monica Bennett

3. Kayla Thacker

4. Rae Manning

5. Rachel Parsons

6. Billy Parsons

7. Bo Williby



Medium Weight

1. Emma Faulkner

2. Tony Gross CSF

3. Rachel Parsons

4. Ben Walker

5. Ashley Peyton

6. Kayla Thacker

7. Rae Manning

8. Hunter Moses


Heavy Weight

1. Emily Bose CSF

2. Emily Bose CSF

3. Kristen Mabe CSF

4. Kristen Mabe CSF

5. Tony Gross CSF

6. Monica Bennett

7. Emma Faulkner

8. Ashley Peyton



Grand Champion Market Goat …………………………..Emily Boze CSF

Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat………………Emily Boze CSF

Junior Doe Class (2 entries)

  1. Rae Manning
  2. Monica Bennett


Senior Doe (1 entries)

  1. Monica Bennett

Grand Champion Doe……………. Monica Bennett

Reserve Grand Champion Doe…….Rae Manning


Junior Male (2 entries)

  1. Rae Manning
  2. Monica Bennett

Grand Champion Buck…………………….Rae Manning

Reserve Grand Champion Buck….Monica Bennett

Premier Exhibitor

(person with the most entries)

Monica Bennett

Below you will find a sampling of 2007 wethers available from

Chestnut Springs Farm

If you are interested in purchasing a show wether project we do require a deposit equaling 1/3 down or $50.00 per wether.  Those paying deposits will get first choice.  All wethers will be disbudded and banded before leaving the farm.  They will also be wormed and vaccinated. 

Wether prices average from $150.00 to $200.00 each for top of the line Show wethers. We choose wethers that are long bodied and very leggy.  They must be wide in the chest floor with a tubular body and muscled rear end.

We feel that our prices are very fair compared to most of the country and only choose wethers that can compete in the biggest and best shows.  If you see something you like, please call and reserve.  We will hold the animal for five days which will allow plenty of time to mail your deposits.

All depopsits are non-refundable, unless something should happen to the animal in which a deposit has been made.

Please understand that farming is a full time job and that we make many sacrifices in order to make these nice animals available to our customers.

We appreciate your business!!

Photos below depict some of the winning wethers from the past few years….


Emily Boze wins “Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Meat Goat at the Mercer County 4-H Fair 2006 with her two 4-H projects.  Both of Emily’s wethers are out of CSF Jim Dandy and CSF Delta Dawn.  Emily is pictured (above) with her Reserve Grand Champion


Kristin Mabe wins third place in the heavy weight class with her 4-H wether project, finishing just behind two other wethers from Chestnut Springs Farm.  Above wether is a product of CSF Jim Dandy and CSF Pataloon.


Tony Gross wins Reseve Grand Champion Light Weight Market Goat West Viginia State Fair 2006. This fine looking wether is a product of Tri-Quest Pipsissewa and CSF Pokeree.


Tony Gross wins “Grand Champion Heavy Weight Meat Goat” and “Overall Reserve Grand Champion Meat Goat” at the West Virginia State Fair 2005!

  Way to go TONY!!

This winning wether was sired by “CSF Jim Dandy” and CSF Audra.


Emily Boze wins Overall Grand Champion Meat Goat Wether at the Mercer County Bluestone Valley Fair 2005! 

Congratulations Emily

Well done!!

This winning wether was sired by CSF Magi & CSF Pataloon.


Kristin Mabe shows one of her projects at the West Virginia State Fair 2005.

This wether was sired by CSF Magi and CSF Peach Melba


Monica Bennet of Hickory Hills Farm

Monica won the Showmanship award and trophy at the 2005 Bluestone Valley 4-H Fair!

Monica’s wether is sired by her buck CSF Neon and CSF Katie.

Congratulations Monica!!


Ben Walker with his medium weight homegrown 50% market wether, which placed 4th at The Bluestone Valley Fair 2006.  Ben placed 1st in the lite weight class with another of his market wethers.  He placed 6th out of a large class at the West Virginia State Fair with his Medium weight market wether.


We are so proud of you!




West Virginia State Fair Light Weight Grand Champion Meat Goat 2004. 

Kristin Mabe did a wonderful job with this nice wether!

This wether was sired by CSF Tomahawk and CSF Luanne Puvee.

Congratulations Kristin!


This young wether was the youngest wether born on the farm but he went on to win Grand Champion at the

2004 Bluestone Valley 4-H Fair.

This wether was sired by XS African Abner and CSF Delta Dawn.


We recommend buying and selling “quality” Boer goats, because we believe quality never goes out of style.

At Chestnut Springs Farm we believe the children are the most important assets for the future of this country.  We have always supported the local 4-H children, and are always happy to assist with any nutritional or health concerns the parents or children may have. Please feel free to contact us via email or phone anytime with any questions you might have, or to check the status of our available 4-H projects.

Call (304) 589-3972

E-Mail   csprings@frontiernet.netVisitors always welcome but please call first to ensure that we will have the tea and coffee brewing.

Chad Broyles & Patrick Aliff
Bluefield, West Virginia 24701-9713  

If you would like to have your child’s 4-H photos included on our site please send us a clear picture and we will gladly do that for you.  

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Mercer County 4-H livestock club photos


Boer Goats

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