Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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  • Monee, IL
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Deborah Niemann-Boehle commented on Sophie 's blog post When can goat kids go out on pasture?
"Hi Sophie! So sorry that no one responded to this. I just now saw it myself. In the future, you should post questions in the "Forum." You posted this in the "Blog" section. For more info on the difference, click on the…"
Aug 5, 2016
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When can goat kids go out on pasture?

Hey! I have a question for anyone who'd be kind enough to answer! :) I'm new to goat, we just got 3 NG last week. One 7 year old milking doe, a 15 week old and a 8 week old doeling. When can the babies start going out to pasture? (we have a very safe and "kid" proof pasture) They haven't been in the pasture yet so I'm thinking I have to work them up to it like horses? How would I exactly do that? Also, the doe hasn't been in the pasture for a week but that's fine to put her in it all day right?…See More
May 20, 2016
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When can goat kids go out on pasture?

Posted on May 20, 2016 at 4:28pm 1 Comment

Hey! I have a question for anyone who'd be kind enough to answer! :) I'm new to goat, we just got 3 NG last week. One 7 year old milking doe, a 15 week old and a 8 week old doeling. When can the babies start going out to pasture? (we have a very safe and "kid" proof pasture) They haven't been in the pasture yet so I'm thinking I have to work them up to it like horses? How would I exactly do that? Also, the doe hasn't been in the pasture for a week but that's fine to put her in it all day…

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