Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Kolti Ishler
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  • Dillon, MT
  • United States
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What's wrong with my baby goats?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Patty Meyer Apr 5, 2014. 13 Replies

I have six nubian kids all about three weeks old. Five does and one buck. All of their anal area looks irritated and are bleeding. They are all very healthy, they run and buck. They dont act like it…Continue

Goat Polio

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah Niemann-Boehle Mar 3, 2014. 10 Replies

I had an interesting experience on Monday... It scared me soo bad!! Monday I woke up to nasty weather... little bit of snow blowing and freezing. I had gotten dressed and went out to feed and break…Continue

Neglected/abused goats at fair...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kolti Ishler Nov 2, 2013. 4 Replies

Okay so now I have time to tell you about my fair that was two weeks ago!! So there is this gal that brings these goats to the fair every year just totally sick. SUPER skinny. All of them super…Continue

Interesting Day

Started this discussion. Last reply by Glenna Rose Aug 22, 2013. 6 Replies

So about 2 weeks ago I sold 3 goats to a 12 year old girl. One buck and two does. I had them listed $100 for the two does and $25 for the crossbred buck. Well I talked to the little girl and she…Continue

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At 8:13am on January 22, 2013, Elyse Nicholson said…

More great questions! Yes, the harness comes with driving reins and it also includes a halter. I'm assuming you are training Nigerian Dwarfs, of which the pygmy harness fits wonderfully. :)

There is a great book available from Caprine Supply that details a lot of the training --- I also have lots of resources and info available on the Working Goats group page.

-WG4

At 11:09pm on January 21, 2013, Elyse Nicholson said…

Oh, and here's a link to some the working goat products that Hoegger offers:

http://hoeggerfarmyard.com/xcart/Carts-and-Wagons/

-WG4

At 11:08pm on January 21, 2013, Elyse Nicholson said…

Great question. :) Harnesses can be purchased through Hoegger Goat Supply, or you can sometimes make your own. If you are crafty, you can purchase one harness and then pattern it to make a second and safe a few dollars.

As for a cart, my dad made all of mine, which are featured in my pictures. This one was made from two broom sticks, a set of bicylcle tires, and a sheet of plywood.  And this one is the same, but features a box design on top for hauling or giving rides. You can also use hay carts that can be purchased through TSC or similar places --- you'll have to make your own tounge. This one was purchased at the local TSC.

Hope that helps a little. :)

-WG4

At 10:11pm on January 21, 2013, Elyse Nicholson said…

Hello Kolti!

Saw that you joined the Working Goats Group --- welcome!! I am the organizer of that group page. Please let me know if you have any questions or if there is anything I can help you with.

- WG4

At 8:58pm on January 21, 2013, Sophia A. Heimberg said…

Hi Kolti, Nice to talk to you yesterday. Your so nice, wish you lived closer

At 9:31am on January 17, 2013, Laura Roe said…

Hi Kolti, good to hear from you and glad Dober is doing well.  That is exciting that you are getting into the registered NDs.  I have two does that just kidded two nights ago and one going today or tomorrow.  So hopefully we can catch up soon but things are pretty crazy right now.  BC (my blue eyed doe) did have her kids- but the only blue eyed kid was the last doe that was breach and she died before delivery. But her other three are doing really well at least!

One of these days I will post photos.....

 
 
 


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