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 Aug 29. 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

Trish replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Yes Deborah good advice.  I document everything about my girls and what they do and when they breed etc etc."
Dec 10
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Congratulations! This scenario is a lot more rare than the other one, but it happens. I've been surprised twice by goats that came back into heat even though they were pregnant. That's why I always write down every day that they were bred…"
Dec 10
Trish replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Fantastic!! Congrats Phebe...that is way awesome.   I keep thinking my Maya is pg, but again teeter tottering back and forth .... So I'm just gonna keep an eye on her.  Found the secret to my buckskin doe to get her to come (she…"
Dec 10
Phebe replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"WOW! Biopryn lab just called me. My goat that I mentioned before that went into heat 6 days after I had her with the buck is pregnant!!! I bred her with my buck November 5th, then transported her to my other house, two hours away from my boys. Then…"
Dec 10
Trish replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"That's good to know Deborah.  I found pics of Maya last year bed and unbred and compared her vulva to these I posted here.  I don't think she is pregnant, unless a pregnant goat can go into heat while being pregnant. I base that…"
Dec 9
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"There is a milk test that just became available through Dairy One. It's been available for cows for more than a year, and I just got a letter from them a couple of weeks ago saying that it is now available for goats too. Won't help with a…"
Dec 9
Trish replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Phebe, That's very cool.  My friends have never been around goats and I can't trust them to follow instructions.  LOL  My other female friend is almost 70 years old and I don't think that she has the strength to hold…"
Dec 9
Phebe replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Trish, I did have my friend come over and help me hold her still. She squirmed more when I shaved her neck then when I poked her. I have one of those friends that everyone should have! She enjoys doing the not so cool stuff with me (drawing blood,…"
Dec 9
Trish replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Hi Phebe, I probably would attempt it, but I don't have anyone to hold her still. I've mastered banding and disbudding so if I had help I would try.  She is the Queen and a real "B" and won't hold still with horns…"
Dec 9
Phebe replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Deborah, I've been a nurse for 10 years. Luckily I specialize in quadriplegics on ventilators. They couldn't feel it if I missed multiple times trying to draw their blood ;-) practicing on them helped a lot. Trish, I know blood pregnancy…"
Dec 9
Trish replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"That's great Phebe...      I keep looking at mine and she her belly is so low to the ground (no like in the above pic)  I keep going back and forth yes, no, yes no  LOL"
Dec 9
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Congratulations! I've drawn blood a couple of times on goats, and I didn't do so great. But they are also the only living thing I've ever tried to draw blood from. No doubt, I could use more practice. "
Dec 9
Phebe replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Yes, thank you! I was curious too. I did draw blood for a pregnancy test today. My lactating doe has had silent heat cycles before, so I'm just not sure if she is settled or not. I want to try breeding her again if she is not pregnant. I…"
Dec 8
Trish replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Thanks Deborah, I appreciate you letting us know."
Dec 8
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"The goat in the original post from 2012 was not pregnant. "
Dec 8
Trish replied to Margaret Langley's discussion Can a goat be morbidly obese instead of pregnant!
"Is there a follow up if she had kids and was pregnant?"
Dec 7
 
 
 

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