Daniel Considine has raised dairy goats for over 60 years . He lived in Portage, Wisconsin, until 2018 when he moved to Scandia, Minnesota. Daniel has been a licensed ADGA dairy goat judge since 1965. He has judged in all parts of the United States and internationally. He has exhibited his herd at state fairs in the Midwest for decades and at many ADGA National Dairy Goats Shows.

Daniel sold goat milk in the upper Midwest under the Sunshine Farms label for many years. He has also coordinated export shipments of goats and sheep to countries including Mexico and Taiwan. Every year before Christmas and Easter he purchases goat kids for the holiday markets.

Family photo at the Sunshine Farms tack pen in the goat barn.

Above: Daniel, four girls, and six grandchildren at the 2019 Wisconsin State Fair.

In 2016 Daniel won the American Dairy Goat Association Helen Hunt Distinguished Service Award for long term service to ADGA (below).

2016 Helen Hunt award
Daniel receiving the Helen C. Hunt Distinguished Service Award from ADGA in 2016.

Above: Part of the family at the sixty-first State Fair for the farm.