Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

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  • Richmond, KY
  • United States
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Kidding Schedule 2012 *Many nice kids* KY

Started Jan 15, 2012 0 Replies

 We have our 2012 Kidding Schedule up on our web page.  Great Dairy and Show quality that include: MCH Twin Creeks BH Bay Watch ++ *S E ARMCH Rosasharn Tiger L ++*S EARMCH Goodwood Tom Thumb+*S E…Continue

For Sale: Nigerian Dwarf Doe *In Milk* KY

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 We have a Doe in milk for sale in Kentucky $275.00.  Plus: two other doe's.  Check out our web site   Continue


Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah Niemann-Boehle Nov 13, 2011. 1 Reply

 Does anybody separate the bucks during rut? Our two bucks have been fighting to the point of heads bleeding.  Continue


Started this discussion. Last reply by Tammy Nov 13, 2011. 8 Replies

 We have a doe that is almost seven years old and kidded 4 weeks ago.  One of her udders produced a little milk and is now not producing milk.  There is no swelling or salty milk.  Is this common in…Continue


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It all started with two Nigerian Dwarf (Doe) goats. One named "Rosie" that was pregnant and the other one named "Violet" ready for milking. From the first day, there was an instant love and appreciation for these animals. Recently, we have added two bouncing goat baby (doe's) that are named "Black Beauty" and "Bambi". We love the taste of our goat milk. Now we make goat soap and plan to offer fresh goat cheese in the future. Funds from our goat milk, soap and cheese will support our four Nigerian Dwarf goats.

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Separating Mom and Babies

Posted on February 26, 2010 at 12:59pm 1 Comment

Hi! We are new to the goat process and we have a question. We have two adult doe's milking and two baby doe's. The babies are one month old. When they reach two months and are separated from the mom--Are the babies permanently kept from the adults, so that they will not nurse on either of the two doe's? If they are left with the herd, what would keep them from nursing them?

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At 7:16pm on July 15, 2012, Margaret Langley said…

Hi, Tammy just wanted to let you know I visited your web site and enjoyed it very much. Really like Mardi also. Recognized several of your goats names etc. but not sure where I know them from. I sent you a message and look forward to an email from you so we can discuss that! Please tell Joe that I enjoyed his page and that one of my favorite goats is his wether. I think that Red is beautiful!

At 9:21am on December 2, 2010, Sonya Jackson said…
looking foward to our new venture. Nice meeting you, your family and all the goats! My 2 year old grandaughter in Idaho kissed the computer screen image of Cocoa!
At 6:16pm on November 1, 2010, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Tammy, I responded to your question about tattoos when you started the discussion on the forum a couple of days ago. All the info on tattoo letters is on there.
At 3:22pm on January 3, 2010, Dianea Fay said…
At 3:20pm on January 3, 2010, Dianea Fay said… Guess I would ask to see papers first. As far as price unless this is a relaly serious doe I think it is too high. Is this breeder respectable? Do you know anyone who has gotten animals from her in past if so ask them. How old is this doe? It really depends on the blood lines on prices for some animals. Go on line to AGS and look under breeders and then check out prices for some of the breeders close to you. Check out Chinook Winds they are in Memphis Tn It might be quite a ways from you but you can get idea on prices from them. I hope they have something on sale page. They are friends of ours and can answer your questions. You may need to call them as she does not get on computer lots. Please keep me posted. If you want send me name of farm and animal and i will look at it and offer my free advice. I am no expert by any means. I think you can get some other does cheaper depending on what you want her for.Delete Comment
At 12:48pm on January 3, 2010, Dianea Fay said…
If you like potato chips you will definately like these little goats they are so much fun and you can not just have one they are addictive.
At 10:35pm on January 2, 2010, Elyse Nicholson said…
Welcome, welcome! I remember my days of purchasing these cute little goats! So much fun the first day, and even more fun now! How many and what gender are you getting? I'm a working goat owner, not a milker, but still love my does!
At 10:27pm on January 2, 2010, Tammy said…
Hi! My name is Tammy. We are in the process of purchasing our first Nigerian Dwarf goat. They are so cute and I like the size. We want to provide milk for our family and use the additional for soap, cheese, etc. Thanks and looking forward to getting to know everybody.
At 1:47am on January 2, 2010, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Hi Tammy! Welcome to the group! Hope you can take a moment to introduce yourself in the forum and post a few pictures!
At 10:12am on December 31, 2009, Elyse Nicholson said…
At 9:57am on December 31, 2009, Dianea Fay said…
WElcome to the group hope you enjoy it.

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