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Dave & Robin Saum

4675 Hamburg Rd

Lancaster, OH 43130


Hannah at 6 years with her doe kid at the 2010 Louisville Nationals getting ready for showmanship. 


We are located in Lancaster, Ohio and reside on a family farm.  The farm we live on has been in the Saum family since the 1800’s.  My husband is a full time farmer with his brother.  We plant crops on  approximately 1,200 acres and a 2,500 head hog operation.  In additional to the traditional crops and animals, we also have a summer sweet corn and vegetable business, a fall pumpkin, gourd and Indian corn business, and then a cut your own Christmas tree business.  Needless to say, we do not get bored here.

 Eli and Hannah being attacked by baby goats. 


I am a third generation dairy goat owner.  My grandmother had mostly Swiss breeds and Nubians, which she raised under the Snowflake, Vitamilk and Kitchamakin herd names.    My mother raised Saanens and Toggenburgs when I was in grade school and then she switched to the LaMancha breed in the mid-1970’s.  After graduating high school I had Toggenburgs for a few years under the Saum’s Oak herd name.  Saanens were always my favorite breed.  In 1991, I purchased my first two Saanen does from Bice-Schack and stopped breeding Toggenburgs.  I was able to get my grandmothers herd name of Snowflake and thus the Snowflake Saanen herd was born (again).  All of my animals are descendants of my first two does that were purchased from the Companeros herd. 

Hannah and her friend Holden cleaning their showmanship trophies.

Hannah placing 5th in Showmanship at the 2013 ADGA National Show

Highlights of the 2014 ADGA National Show

Hannah placing 5th in Showmanship at the 2014 ADGA National Show

2014 ADGA National Show Wins

           Hannah placed 2nd in Judging and Management                                                       The new addition!