Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Jakayla Marie Hamminga
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  • Kalkaska, MI
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Grain and Goats

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jakayla Marie Hamminga on Friday. 2 Replies

I have a herd of four right now, a buckling from this spring, a whether from this spring as bucklings buddy, and a mother/ daughter pair, mom a few years old and baby from this spring as well. My…Continue

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Jakayla Marie Hamminga replied to Jakayla Marie Hamminga's discussion Grain and Goats
"Thank you Sheana! I’ve searched around a bit too and I think you’ve hit the nail on the head with that response. Sounds like the boys are going to have to get a different treat at dinner time instead."
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Sheana replied to Jakayla Marie Hamminga's discussion Grain and Goats
"I'm very new to goats but from the reading I have done here you arent supposed to give grain to males, it has too much calcium and can cause stones to develop in the urinary tract. I do believe females while pregnant and nursing can be…"
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Grain and Goats

I have a herd of four right now, a buckling from this spring, a whether from this spring as bucklings buddy, and a mother/ daughter pair, mom a few years old and baby from this spring as well. My question is on grain and goats. I'm sure it varies by each goat and their independent needs, but i want a better idea of how much each goat should be eating each night. We use the purina all lifestages goat feed from TSC. Our momma goat might possibly be expecting in a few months (we did not breed her,…See More
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