Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

We are enjoying our first kids so much!!   It is going to be difficult to decide who to keep and who to sell....Bling's triplets are 2 weeks old , Flower's single doe is 6 weeks old. 

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Very sweet!  It is really hard to not "collect" too many. :)

So cute! Love the blue eyes on black.

OH! Somebody please post the pic differently. I can't get it! I am only getting a huge pic that is obviously only a portion of the pic! I want to see!

Enjoy, Margaret! :)  (I hope it works)

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oooh! They are all so beautiful! Blue eyes really do look best on black! They just show up so nice. Thank you Patty!

Are they all does? :-)

LOVE those stockings.  I want gray and white!!!!

Left and center are Does, the buckling is on the right. I kept the doe ("Isis") in the center.  I plan to breed her for kids in the spring of 2015. I love the stockings too! 

OK - silly question but I love pondering colors - what were the colors of Mom and Dad please!  I'd KILL to have one of my goats produce these lovely colors. I have one beautiful black doe and much of the rest of my animals are browns of one sort or another. So I'd love the have them produce a gray and white or black and white. So by discussing it - I can perhaps bring it to me....smile.

Judy


 
Judy--The buck on the right (He became a wether) looks a lot like his Dad, the mom was black with a small amount of random white.  The Dad was blue eyed.  I was surprised that all 3 had blue eyes.  I will have kids from the same buck around May first.  I am in Indiana--where are you?

I am expecting a few on our end so no purchases to be made for a bit I suspect.  But good luck!!! 

Judy

Too cute.  I love the colors.

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