Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Jane Wagman
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  • Lebanon, OR
  • United States
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Jane Wagman's Discussions

ISO of Moonspots!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah Niemann-Boehle on Tuesday. 5 Replies

Decided that I need to add some moon spots to my herd , so the search is on for two does. :)   Prefer blue eyes to go along with those pretty spots and a great pedigree.  But a great pedigree with…Continue

Three doelings in Oregon

Started Jul 27, 2014 0 Replies

Three Nigerian Dwarf doelings that are weaned and ready to go to their new herd. All of them have the genetics to be above average milkers. Can be ADGA/AGS registered. $250 eachFor pedigree info…Continue

Two does available in Oregon

Started Dec 24, 2013 0 Replies

I desperately need to make some room so these two registered pet quality does need to find a new home.#1 Millie - flashy black and white doe who needs a break from kidding so should not be bred until…Continue

Transport Needed - ID/OR

Started Dec 24, 2013 0 Replies

Anyone traveling from the Nampa, Idaho area over to central or western Oregon that would be willing to haul a yearling doe for me?Continue

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Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Jane Wagman's discussion ISO of Moonspots!
"If you're still looking, I have several moonspotted kids this year."
Tuesday
Patty Meyer replied to Jane Wagman's discussion ISO of Moonspots!
"Beautiful!  :)  I hope she(?) is good at passing those moon spots on!  I have two does, sisters, that don't appear to have moon spots.  They each have one small and very inconspicuous moonspot.  Their mother has a lot,…"
Aug 12
Jane Wagman replied to Jane Wagman's discussion ISO of Moonspots!
Aug 12
Patty Meyer replied to Jane Wagman's discussion ISO of Moonspots!
"Have you found any moonspots??  Please show us if you find some new babies. :)"
Aug 12
Patty Meyer replied to Jane Wagman's discussion ISO of Moonspots!
"Try Rivendell Farm.  They have loads of moonspots. :)"
Aug 11
Jane Wagman posted a discussion

ISO of Moonspots!

Decided that I need to add some moon spots to my herd , so the search is on for two does. :)   Prefer blue eyes to go along with those pretty spots and a great pedigree.  But a great pedigree with heavy moon spots and brown eyes is ok too.   Yearling or younger please, unless you are located in Oregon SW WA, Northern CA etc.  Willing to ship for the right doe(s).See More
Aug 6
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Three doelings in Oregon

Three Nigerian Dwarf doelings that are weaned and ready to go to their new herd. All of them have the genetics to be above average milkers. Can be ADGA/AGS registered. $250 eachFor pedigree info please visit: http://www.wagsranch.com/for-sale.htmlSee More
Jul 27, 2014
Jane Wagman replied to Rachel Griebenow's discussion Keeping bucks together
"Bucks can bred year round.  They are a little stinkier in the fall which corresponds to the strongest heats.   Not having a doe in heat near them should make the meeting go a little smoother.  Regardless they will have to figure out…"
Jan 1, 2014
Jane Wagman replied to Rachel Griebenow's discussion Keeping bucks together
"I keep all my bucks together.  Sometimes they battle it out, but most of the time it hasn't been an issue.  If you can let them run in pens side by side for a few days that can help them get slowly introduced.  But regardless…"
Jan 1, 2014
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Dec 24, 2013
Jane Wagman posted a discussion

Two registered Nigerian Dwarf Bucks - Oregon

Hubby says I have too many bucks!  I'm not sure that is really possible, but since I started off promising him that I would only ever have "just one", I guess he isn't asking too much of me to cut back to just 2-3.So I have two lovely bucks avialable:  CTC Moonshadow Matador and Tahoma CadenceTahoma Cadence DOB: 4/03/2011Sire: Sugar Pine Mister IllusionSS:  Flat Rocks Sudden IllusionSD: OTR Juniper’s GuinevereDam: Shadow Mountain PrismDS: MCH Joyspring Patriots LegacyDD: Tupence Tiger…See More
Aug 23, 2013
Jane Wagman replied to Jane Wagman's discussion For Sale or Trade - Doe in Milk (Oregon)
"Sold!"
Aug 23, 2013
Jane Wagman replied to Nicholas Windsor's discussion How do you handle breeding?
"Rachel is right - having a buck on premise certainly take a lot of guess work out.  Or if that isn't possible a boy that was wethered later in life will let you know too.  I HATE not having a due date, so I don't pen breed unless…"
Jul 20, 2013
Jane Wagman replied to Jane Wagman's discussion For Sale or Trade - Doe in Milk (Oregon)
"She is really nice and I love milking her - she has a soft piable udder with large orifices - never takes me more than 3 minutes to milk her out.   I wouldn't dream of selling her if she would just quit picking on my Mame'!  She…"
Jun 23, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Jane Wagman's discussion For Sale or Trade - Doe in Milk (Oregon)
"Sounds like a nice little doe and she looks good too! But I can understand how you feel. Sometimes there is just someone really special that you just can't tolerate being picked on and Mame is obviously well loved by everyone!"
Jun 23, 2013
Jane Wagman replied to Jess's discussion Milking
"I milk into a stainless steel 2qrt pail from Jeffers Pet Supply - less than $5 from them.   They fit under my shortest does, and no worries about the instablity of a bowl.  After each doe is milked I gently transfer her milk to a 1/2…"
Jun 23, 2013

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A tribute to the '09 kids born on Wags Ranch

Posted on February 14, 2010 at 9:30pm 4 Comments

Just a fun little 30 second animation that shows all that were born at Wags Ranch last year.

I'm really looking forward to seeing what we get in 2010, plus I have a better set up for kidding so it will be nicer for the does, kids AND me! :)

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At 11:56am on November 30, 2011, Patty Meyer said…

Your goats, and your photography, are both very lovely!

At 11:05am on September 29, 2010, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Happy birthday! Hope you have a great day!
At 7:18am on September 29, 2010, Elyse Nicholson said…
Happy Birthday! Hope it's a good one!!!
At 7:24pm on February 13, 2010, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Well, it's not ideal, but I've added a tab under "Members," where people can post their info. I don't this it's searchable, but people could browse it and find someone close to them. The only other option I see is to create a page for each state. Maybe Ning will come up with something better soon. Let me know what you think.
At 11:00am on February 9, 2010, Dianea Fay said…
Congrats on you news.
At 7:55pm on December 19, 2009, Dianea Fay said…
Welcome to our group. You slipped past me so I am late saying hi
At 9:56pm on December 14, 2009, Mary said…
Glad to see you made it over here! Welcome!
At 7:59pm on December 14, 2009, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Welcome to the group! Love your website! Hope you'll take a moment to introduce yourself on the forum and post a few pictures!
At 7:18pm on December 14, 2009, Elyse Nicholson said…
Welcome, welcome! Glad you've joined us!! Great place to learn and share knowledge!!!
 
 
 


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