Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Kare
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  • Livingston, MT
  • United States
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Our Farm is located on 10 rolling acres surrounded by the Rocky Mountains.  We have several kinds of creatures, including our sweet little Nigerian Dwarf Goats.  We raise these goats primarily for milk so we can make cheese, yogurt and other delicious treats.

 

More information is available on our websites, below.  We look forward to meeting you. =)

 

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If you already have goats, what's your herd name?
Chaverah Farm
If you have a website, what's the URL?
http://MontanaNigerianDwarfGoats.weebly.com

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At 5:00pm on November 28, 2011, jill green said…

Thank you Kare! I am looking forward to reading all I can about the goats. I'm so happy to have some hands on experience available on this site. We are making a place ready for the goast to arrive in late December. I shall keep in touch! Jill

At 10:54pm on September 26, 2011, Ken Olsen said…

Thanks Kare,

 

I'm in the process of building my herd and learning everything I can. I have found this site and networking with other Dwarf Nigerian dairy farmers to be the best thing I've come across. In addition to the goats, I'm also raising/training Guinea Fowl and chickens and have a great start on my orchard and garden.. Unfortunately, one of the last things to add to my farm is my house.. LOL.. I couldn't stand another minute in Tacoma, WA and had bought a nice, forested 5 acre parcel a few years ago with the intention of building.. Between dealing with my kids in school, septic plans, well plans, house plans, permits.. blah blah.. we made the leap onto our homeless farm and should be breaking ground next Summer.. Fun eh??

 

I am a very outspoken person, so you'll probably be seeing me in posts, messages, and blogs on a regular basis.. Once I have goat milk.. LOL.. I am very eager to learn and try cheese making.. and yogurt (I've gotta do something with all of my fruit and berries).. and ice cream.. The list goes on..

 

I checked out your page and am VERY impressed with your professionalism on your site.. It's informative, direct, and easy to navigate.. It's nice to know I can reach out to experienced dairy farmers and breeders.

At 12:51am on September 13, 2011, Mary said…

Wow!  that will be a great pairing and would be a great buck to have if I can work it out:D 

 

 

 
 
 


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Need goat equipment?

Yogurt Maker

2-quart milk pail


Mineral feeder (put minerals in one side and baking soda in the other!)

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