Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Margaret Langley
  • Female
  • Mobile, AL
  • United States
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Margaret Langley's Discussions

Hot Pants has a son!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Glenna Rose May 17, 2013. 11 Replies

I had hoped for mothers day I would have my first Bent Penny Acres bred kids! Nope! Hubby said, Mon. or Tues. and we decide it was time to watch close. For some reason he always knows these things!So…Continue

Got my eye on this buckling! Any opinions?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah Niemann-Boehle May 8, 2013. 8 Replies

I am still looking for "just the right blue-eyed boy"! One with all the right stuff and just happens to have blue eyes too! This little guy is available and looks like he may be swollen from…Continue

My First little udder making! She may be ready!/We're leaving town! OMG! UPDATED PHOTO!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Margaret Langley Jun 3, 2013. 14 Replies

Made this pic this morning! Couldn't find ligs last night (but I don't seem so good at that part) Put her in kidding pen yesterday and other than screaming because she is by herself she seems normal!…Continue

ADGA Linear Traits Diagram - Confirmation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elli Stevenson on Friday. 4 Replies

Thought that this would be helpful for some folks and I figured Deborah and maybe a few others could elaborate on its use and meaning some! Especially explaining which photos are ideal. It seems to…Continue

Tags: confirmation, appraisel, traits, linear

 

Bent Penny Acres of South Alabama!

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If you already have goats, what's your herd name?
BentPennyAcres (registered as"BentPenny" )
If you have a website, what's the address?
http://www.bentpennyacres.com

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At 7:22am on April 18, 2013, Chris Peach said…

Sorry for the late reply! Thanks Margaret. I love my nigerians. My last name is Peachy so Peachy Keen is pretty fitting. LOL

At 3:01pm on April 9, 2013, patricia ann rader lange said…

Hi Margaret,  I guess I already found it, since here is my comment that started everything.  I guess I just need to navigate and set up my own page to make it interesting.  I think Tassie is the first on mine.  Thanks for your input :-)

 

Pat

At 10:43am on March 27, 2013, patricia ann rader lange said…

Thanks for the welcome Margaret. This should be fun!  And a great way to communicate with people with similar interests.  I think I will post a picture of my doe with a very interesting face.  She has a white blaze on her face.  Everyone thinks her face is crooked because of it.  I think it is too much of a coincidence that it could be both.  I have tried dying her white, but it wasn't dark enough to hide it.  I am not that great with computers, but I think I can post these pictures. 

 

Pat Lange

West Jordan, UT

At 9:19am on March 27, 2013, Mary Andersen said…

Thanks!  We're in a bit of a warm spell right now, and the huge bunch of snow (probably about thigh deep) is starting to melt.  Fingers crossed that Spring is coming soon!  Alabama huh?  Wow!  Have you ever been to the northern part, to Talladega County?  My 5 greats grandfather (my favorite ancestor ever!) lived out the last few years of his life there, so it holds a soft spot for me.  Someday I intend to go there and see the area for myself.

At 1:30pm on March 24, 2013, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…

Just in case you missed it -- I sent you a private message a few days ago! :)

At 11:13pm on March 4, 2013, Patty Meyer said…

Margaret, I think you're a dear, sweet person!  :)  You have blessed me so much in the last couple of days, and I'm sure if you could you'd run right over and take care of all of us.  Thanks for sharing your life with everyone here.  Hugs!

At 2:10am on February 7, 2013, Melissa Johnson said…

yes, i do love the chamoisee - that doe Noak has that same color - only she has some white.

my favorite pic of him is the 5 month old pic at the bottom where you can see his back leg muscle flexed. ^^ 

Now, if only he would grow a nice beard like Ezaray. LOL - the big lug.

At 12:26am on February 07, 2013, Sophia A. Heimberg gave Margaret Langley a gift
At 10:09pm on January 29, 2013, Sara S. Maultsby said…

Now Margaret, what makes you think that any of my cherubs are spoiled? Little goats have needs too...  Wow...and BeaBea's baby will be here in about 3 wks!  Too pretty.  Hope to catch up with you in the spring or sooner if the weather is good.

At 5:58pm on December 27, 2012, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…

Hi! I sent you a message through the email on here, but since you haven't responded, I thought maybe it didn't go through. I want to quote you in my goat book, and the passage is in that email. Let me know if you didn't get it.

Latest Activity

Elli Stevenson replied to Margaret Langley's discussion ADGA Linear Traits Diagram - Confirmation
"So, the middle pictures are the ideal? I want to have my girls appraised someday. If they have horns can you still do it? "
Friday
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Emergency medicine supply suggestions!
"Biomycin is an oxytetracycline antibiotic that is exactly the same as LA-200, but the Biomycin carrier is non-stinging. Before I knew that, I gave a shot of LA-200 to a doe and thought I had killed her, she screamed so much and threw herself down on…"
Mar 25
Randi Leister replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Emergency medicine supply suggestions!
"i have been thinking a lot about medicines to keep on hand and found this discussion, and i'm wondering if anyone can shed a little more light on what the BioMycin 200 is.  what would you use if for?"
Mar 24
Beth Keene replied to Margaret Langley's discussion ADGA Linear Traits Diagram - Confirmation
"The ideal is not the center....could it be any more confusing??????? ADGA Linear Traits Ideal Point RangesStature - meet standard for breed at 4 years of ageStrength* - 27 to 33Dairyness* - 33 to 38Teat Diameter - 18 to 28Rear Legs - 25 to 30Rump…"
Oct 23, 2013
Margaret Langley posted a status
"Just wanted to say, I am alive! Miss ya'll and Love ya'll! PC is dead and I don't really have time to worry about it right now! B back ASAP!"
Jul 24, 2013
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Jul 2, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Juliana Goodwin's discussion Coughing goats
"lol! I know me too. I have even run out in it after an old hen gone nite nite out in the open with Hubby on the porch screaming something about someone losing their mind! Not sure what he meant. lol!"
Jun 26, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Colleen Tarver's discussion Equipment lists
"You will need milking equipment too! If you look through previous discussions you may find some of these. But we will work on them here too. Tell us exactly what you plan to get first. how many sex and ages- that will determine some things"
Jun 26, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Misty's discussion Just a few things...
"Glad it's better! I would suggest that before you get more minerals you do the research, cause like you said if it isn't specific to their needs, they could still die from a deficiency. And remember that even many goat specific minerals…"
Jun 26, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Colleen Tarver's discussion In the planning stages in Central MS
"Great article! Thanks so much for sharing it!"
Jun 25, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Sophia A. Heimberg's discussion Breeding (A Better Chance)
"I am sure that is doe with very safe equipment and they are also secured from jumping around! But personally I would just be too scared to use anything in there! My luck I would cause some horrible problem!"
Jun 25, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to DEBBIE CORSETTI's discussion Need advice on hoof trimming.
"Could you post a pic of that hoof so we can make sure that we understand what you mean. A picture is worth a thousand words after all! I would really like to SEE what you mean!"
Jun 25, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Sophia A. Heimberg's discussion Breeding (A Better Chance)
"LOL! I"LL HAVE TO GIVE THAT A TRY!"
Jun 25, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Colleen Tarver's discussion In the planning stages in Central MS
"I would love to read that article! I sure hope you do find it!  "
Jun 25, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Colleen Tarver's discussion In the planning stages in Central MS
"OK, I will see if "I can find anything about it. Mine are around azaleas all the time (and I have a lot of huge ones) when they are out of there pens browsing, with no problems, because they can find plenty of good stuff to eat. They…"
Jun 25, 2013
Margaret Langley replied to Juliana Goodwin's discussion Coughing goats
"Juliana, I wish I knew for sure what to tell you and I don't but I do want to at least offer you some encouragement. I hope everything will be good soon. Do you think that it may just be all this crazy weather? I realize that you can't…"
Jun 25, 2013
 
 
 

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