Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Hello all!!  My husband and I recently left the city behind and bought some acreage in the middle of nowhere Oklahoma.  We instantly decided we should fill our space with cute, tiny animals!  Nigerian Dwarf Goats quickly became an obsession.  We jumped in with 3 babies (2 doelings and 1 buckling) and 4 does - 2 of which we know are pregnant, due in March.  We are obsessed with our full-of-personality goats and are constantly planning our "next step" - bigger pasture, bigger barn, better milking station, birthing stalls, etc.  We still need all the help we can get, being so new!!  Our newest concern is being ready for our first births in a couple months!!  

Looking forward to sharing our experiences and learning from so many of you who know the ropes! 

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Welcome to the group and to the wonderful world of goats! 

Congratulations on the upcoming births. Here's some info that you might find helpful ...

https://thriftyhomesteader.com/goat-birthing-beginners-guide/ 

Thank you so much!!  So thankful for resources with helpful information. 

Deborah Niemann-Boehle said:

Welcome to the group and to the wonderful world of goats! 

Congratulations on the upcoming births. Here's some info that you might find helpful ...

https://thriftyhomesteader.com/goat-birthing-beginners-guide/ 

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