for people who love the littlest dairy goats
According to my research:
You can feed 3 (or more) average Nigerian Does for the same cost as 1 large goat.
With those 3 Nigerian Dwarf Goats you can get 3/4 -2.25 gallons of milk per day depending on where they are in their lactation cycle and their milk pedigree.
Each gallon will produce twice as much cheese as milk from other breeds of goats.
Here is a quote from Snowberry Farm:
"One gallon of Nigerian Dwarf milk resulted in 2 lbs., 11.4 oz. of fresh chevre, while the same amount of Nubian milk resulted in 1 lb., 7.4 oz. of fresh chevre."
Thank you for correcting me if you see any mistakes here! =)
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