Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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Joe Berryhill
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  • Marion, MI
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Question about kidding and separating

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Berryhill Apr 14. 3 Replies

Hello everyone! This is the first time that i have posted to the group and would like to thank everyone in advance who might be able to give me some information. I have a a female goat who will be…Continue

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Joe Berryhill replied to Joe Berryhill's discussion Question about kidding and separating
"Thank you for the advice, I'm watching her close as she should be kidding in approximately 30 days. I'll play it by ear and see how it goes. This is my first time having babies so I'm excited but nervous. Once again thanks for the…"
Apr 14
Winding River Farm (Bev) replied to Joe Berryhill's discussion Question about kidding and separating
"I think it depends on the doe - I have a couple of stalls set up especially for new moms.   Just the last month I had one girl have triplets and she wanted in there and left alone for 5 days.   My other girl was in there for only a day and…"
Apr 14
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Joe Berryhill's discussion Question about kidding and separating
"They'll probably be fine together throughout everything, assuming he is not always beating up on her. They are herd animals, so they should not be alone -- as the goats have told you when you tried to separate them. "
Apr 12
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Question about kidding and separating

Hello everyone! This is the first time that i have posted to the group and would like to thank everyone in advance who might be able to give me some information. I have a a female goat who will be kidding in about a month. I also have her brother who is wethered. They were both bottle babies and are inseparable for the most part. My question is, should i separate the  two of them now or wait until closer to birthing or not separate at all. I know that if one goes out into the pasture without…See More
Apr 12
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"Welcome to the group, Joe! "
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At 9:43am on March 5, 2018, Janie Hynson said…

Welcome to the group, Joe! 

 
 
 


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