Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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Neidt and Day Farm
  • Thomaston, CT
  • United States
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Predator protection

Started this discussion. Last reply by Julia @Woody Glen Farm Mar 22, 2014. 1 Reply

I currently have 6 ND out with my 15.2 hand horse. Their pasture is surrounded by the electric goat fence from premier one with part of it being the 2" electric tape..4 strands of it starting at…Continue

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Neidt and Day Farm replied to Elyse Nicholson's discussion Proof That Nigerians Deserve to Show In Dairy
"At our Linear Appraisal Sun, the appraisers comment when she saw one of our does was.." now that's a workimg girl". And she milked 2 quarts after that!"
Aug 23
Neidt and Day Farm replied to Judy Asarkof's discussion Is it normal for goats to go for minerals more in the spring
"Mine definitely increase drastically when they are pregnant and lactating.  Other than that they don't eat very much of the minerals."
Apr 6, 2014
Neidt and Day Farm replied to Marie Olson's discussion Herd name appropriate?
"I Love it!  lol"
Mar 27, 2014
Julia @Woody Glen Farm replied to Neidt and Day Farm's discussion Predator protection
"I have serious predators here-- coyotes and bears especially. I too have electric wire fencing (6 wire). Bears used to come through here before the fence went up -- so when I first installed the electric, I put a piece of bacon (raw) on the fence…"
Mar 22, 2014
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Predator protection

I currently have 6 ND out with my 15.2 hand horse. Their pasture is surrounded by the electric goat fence from premier one with part of it being the 2" electric tape..4 strands of it starting at about 4 " off the ground. The goat fence is 42" tall.  The charger is a Cube and packs a wallop. My question is this..is that enough predator protection or is there something else you would suggest? At this point a guardian animal is not a possibility . The permanent fencing plan is to use the 48" metal…See More
Mar 21, 2014
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"This is wonderful.  Thanks for sharing.  As a newbie I was happy to hear your suggestion about putting the babies in a dog crate in the stall with Mama.  That was exactly what we had done this past year.  It made sense to us,…"
Mar 9, 2014
Neidt and Day Farm commented on Deborah Niemann-Boehle's page Herd Names, Locations, Websites
"Neidt and Day Farm Thomaston, CT Herd name: Mystic Mountainwww.neidtanddayfarm.com https://www.facebook.com/#!/NeidtDayFarm"
Feb 13, 2014
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A place for people who have workings goats, as well as for people who'd like to begin training!!See More
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Mystic Mountain
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