About Us

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~*~* Please Note: As of January 1, 2010, we are required by the State of Missouri to charge 5.975% sales tax on all animals sold for personal enjoyment or use.*~*~

Eriphos Farm is a small family farm located near Bourbon, MO, about 1 and 1/2 hours southwest of St. Louis, MO.  Our home is about 5 miles off of Hwy 44, just west of the world-famous Meramec Caverns, and near the historic Route 66.

At Eriphos Farm (“Eriphos” is Greek for “Goat Kid”) we are dedicated to producing quality animals and providing great customer service. Although Eva has owned and raised animals her entire life, we consider our “start date” to be 1985, when we began raising rabbits under the name Seals’ Rabbitry. We soon broadened into other species and have enjoyed raising goats, sheep, poultry, and Border Collies and Great Pyrenees.

We provide only the finest care for our animals. Because we are a small, family-run farm, we know each of our animals personally and can tell prospective buyers all about that individual animal. We have a great relationship with multiple vets and utilize numerous specialists and hospitals to ensure the animals receive the care they need.  Every animal is sold with lifetime support– meaning that you ALWAYS have someone to call with questions and concerns.

Visitors are welcome, however, we do require you make an appointment before heading out. Please remember, this is our home as well as a working ranch.  You may encounter mud, dirt, and feces, so dress accordingly (CLEAN closed-toed shoes that are easily cleaned are the best option for footwear). Our property is home to many geriatric, infant, and otherwise immunosuppressed animals. Please take this into consideration when planning a visit. We kindly request that you do NOT visit another farm OR kennel prior to visiting our home. 


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