Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

October 2009 Blog Posts (5)

Floor in the barn

Hi I want to know if anyone has used sand for a bace other than limestone screanings in the barn or if sand would work as i can get all the sand i want for free.

Added by Dianea Fay on October 30, 2009 at 7:42pm — 5 Comments

yahoo! I got a job

After 2.5 months of being unemployed, draining savings to move and pay for the new house I finally got a job! It is part time for the moment, and doesn't pay much, but it is positive cash flow. I am still babysitting almost every weekend, and looking for a second job to fill in the gaps. Despite everything I am just SO glad I didn't have to go to New Orleans to find work. I am still working to convince David we can get goats. But a lot of times in order to get something I want I just have to… Continue

Added by Adrienne on October 26, 2009 at 9:55pm — 1 Comment

Any opinions on the best hay for our little Nigerians?

Locally I am able to get a good Alfalfa-Orchard Mix and at a good price so that's what I give my goats. I used to give them an all Alfalfa mix but it make them fat and spoiled! Too much protein. Especially not good for the bucks. I am curious to what everyone feeds there goats and what is the availability in the locality?
Mary Colman

Added by Mary Colman on October 15, 2009 at 7:30pm — 2 Comments

Buck dehorning

Hi everyone, I am wondering if anyone has had this procedure done to their buck and could get feedback on the healing process.

My young buck had bad scurs and was causing harm to my other buck. With breeding plans for the end of the month/early Nov.~ I was fearful for putting my does in with him.

So I had him dehorned by my vet, the horns were cut off and he burned the remaining growth. What a horrible thing it looks like. The holes in the top of his head are deep and the sinus cavity… Continue

Added by Mary Colman on October 5, 2009 at 8:19am — 9 Comments

new to group

Hello, Everyone, My name is Denise Williams, I'm from Wichita,Ks. I was fortunate to meet Dianea at the Kansas State fair in September. I had recently lost my half pygmy half fainting goat during birth in August and to tell you the truth it was hard to go into the building where all the goats were staying, but I'm so glad I did.



Today I got to bring home my first Nigerian Dwarf twins. Both are Males that have recently been wethered. Thanks to Dianea and her sons. From my first visit… Continue

Added by Denise on October 2, 2009 at 10:09pm — 3 Comments


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