Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

I have been gone from this forum for a few years and missed it.   Been busy with our herd of goats.   We have far too many but keeps us busy in our older years.   We take them for walks in the woods and around our pond area as much as possible where they can get a lot of browse.   They love it.  Always an interesting day with this many little ones.    I only bred 5 girls this year as I am not doing linear appraisal the last few years and I don't need all the milk.   Our girls are pretty much free running the property all day unless we are going to leave the farm to go to town.   

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Welcome back! I remember you. Sounds like things are going good for you.

Your goats look great! We also create log climbing places for our goats. They love it so much. 

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