Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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Sue Canizares
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  • Jordanville, NY
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New to the group -unregistered goat

Started this discussion. Last reply by Patty Meyer Sep 7, 2013. 8 Replies

Hi,We moved here to a 50 acre farm in Upstate New York, near Herkimer, about 2 years ago.  Our daughter is starting a small scale breeding facility raising Quarter horses and part-Arabian horses for…Continue

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Patty Meyer replied to Sue Canizares's discussion New to the group -unregistered goat
"Thanks, Deborah!  I'm so glad to know this. :)"
Sep 7, 2013
Sue Canizares replied to Sue Canizares's discussion New to the group -unregistered goat
"Wow, thank you so much for that reply!  That's very informative and interesting.  I thought that it had something to do with too many Nigerian Dwarf/Pygmy mixes.  The doe that I have currently is about 20 inches tall, and she…"
Sep 6, 2013
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Sue Canizares's discussion New to the group -unregistered goat
"I don't expect it ever to become more lenient. AGS and NDGA used to have reciprocal registration, but AGS stopped doing it probably about 8-10 years ago. ADGA only started registering NDs about 7-8 years ago, and they said from the beginning…"
Sep 6, 2013
Sue Canizares replied to Sue Canizares's discussion New to the group -unregistered goat
"It's a funny rule.  I imagine that some day it will change.  At any rate, I won't be showing, but I thought it would be easier to sell offspring if I decided to breed. "
Sep 3, 2013
Patty Meyer replied to Sue Canizares's discussion New to the group -unregistered goat
"Wow!  I learn something new every day.  I wonder, why is that??"
Sep 3, 2013
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Sue Canizares's discussion New to the group -unregistered goat
"Welcome to the group, Sue! Goats that are registered with NDGA cannot be registered with ADGA or AGS. Goats registered with either AGS or ADGA can be registered with all three registries."
Sep 2, 2013
Sue Canizares replied to Sue Canizares's discussion New to the group -unregistered goat
"Yes, at least her mother is registered through the Nigerian Dwarf Goat Association, and her father is registered with the American Dairy Goat Association.  According to information that we have already found and what the owner of the…"
Sep 2, 2013
Patty Meyer replied to Sue Canizares's discussion New to the group -unregistered goat
"Are you saying she's registered through the Nigerian Dwarf Goat Association?  I would think that if that's the case she can be registered through AGS or ADGA.  I know that AGS registered goats can be ADGA registered, and vice…"
Sep 2, 2013
Sue Canizares posted a discussion

New to the group -unregistered goat

Hi,We moved here to a 50 acre farm in Upstate New York, near Herkimer, about 2 years ago.  Our daughter is starting a small scale breeding facility raising Quarter horses and part-Arabian horses for the sport of Reining.  My family gave me a book on raising goats for Christmas that first year, and while I never thought that I even liked goats, I became intrigued by them and I ended up getting a doe and a wether as pets last year.  I love those goats - even though they are naughty sometimes, or…See More
Sep 2, 2013
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