Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

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At 11:05pm on May 21, 2019, Mary lee said…

Hi, we are excited to have our 3 baby girls and mama. They sleep in a wonderful goat stall at night next to our horse es in their stalls.  Our goats are adjusting to us and their new environment. Every thing  seems to be going in right direction for all.  They have a fenced1/3 acre  with stumps and  rocks to climb on , a cute goat house that we made out of plywood.

we have portable fencing to move them around in eventually. ... most important right now is for them to feel loved and comfortable here!

At 12:19pm on May 14, 2019, Stacey Collins said…

Thanks!!

At 5:38am on March 1, 2019, Garry Mellan said…

We appreciate the add Janie thank you. Garry and Saskia

At 5:16pm on February 27, 2019, Daniel said…
Thanks for accepting me in this group :)
At 10:45am on February 6, 2019, Larry Lee Nilson said…
Thank you Janie. I am starting a search for a polled pregnant Nigerian Dwarf Goat for our summer youth ministry on the farm. If you know of anyone close to Iowa/South Dakota that would have one I would appreciate it.
At 9:49am on January 22, 2019, Brenda N. Wright said…
Thank You! I'm looking forward to getting others thoughts and opinions. I love reading the articles, especially the ones that are directly related to something I'm seeing with my goats.
At 8:17am on January 22, 2019, Elizabeth Parson said…

Thanks for adding me to this group! We are just getting started and want to know as much as possible from experienced goat owners.

At 11:42pm on January 8, 2019, Jennifer Ford said…

Thank you for adding me!!  I’m really excited to be a part of a group with so much information to help us keep our goats healthy & happy as naturally possible:) We have a small heard of 4 mini nubian does, 4 nigerian dwarf does, 2 mini nubian bucks & 1 nigerian dwarf buck. They are a precious part of our family and we love them to pieces!  

At 10:55am on December 19, 2018, Jessica Fry said…

Thank you so much for adding me to this group! I've got 2 wethered Nigerian Dwarfs that I absolutely love! I want to know all that I can so I can properly take care of my boys!

At 10:08am on October 27, 2018, Sheana said…
Thank you for adding me to this group. We are just getting started with nigi goats! All the info we can get is much appreciated.
At 6:21pm on September 5, 2018, Elizabeth Douglass said…
Thanks Janie!!! I accidentally sent a friend request instead of responding..lol. opps!
At 11:01am on August 13, 2018, Carol Morat said…

Hi Janie,

Thank you so much for allowing me to join such a wonderful group!  I am very thankful for the wealth of information from those willing to share their expertise about these beautiful little creatures.  

At 11:07am on July 18, 2018, Christy said…
I'm not really sure how this works. I'm really excited to learn new things but I'm really not finding any information. I bought a book called raising goats holistically. So far I love this book and this is how I plan to raise my goats.
At 8:39am on June 26, 2018, Jim said…
Thanks Janie
At 12:27pm on April 30, 2018, Shelly Miranda said…

Thank you Janie! 

At 11:30am on April 24, 2018, Kelly Parker said…

Thank you for including me in this group. I'm looking forward to learning all I can about the wonderful Nigerian Dwarf goat.

At 9:35pm on April 20, 2018, HAPPYHOMAKER said…

Thanks for having me! 

At 11:38am on April 18, 2018, Leslie A Barstow said…

Janie;

Thank you for the welcome, I am very new to this, so I will have alot of questions!!!

First one, should I join both AGS and ANDDA and do I register my farm name first, before registering my 3 new doelings?

Leslie (newbie)

At 10:31am on April 13, 2018, Maynie36 said…

Thank you for the welcome to the group. I enjoy reading the round about discussions.  I have 2 7 year old beautiful girls that I have not breed my goats and they aren’t for milking.  They are just spoiled loved pets that are buddies eith my 2 mini donkeys. One of my goats goes through a false pregnancy and her udders fill up. They go back down until two years ago. So this year the vet said you have to milk her. This has been for a couple of months now and I need the best advise to help get her to stop producing and dry up. I stopped giving her goat chow or any grain. I milk her every other day and get 2 cups each time.  So any advice will be great.  Thank you 

At 6:11pm on March 23, 2018, Becky Stillman said…

Thank you, we are glad to be a part of a goat owning community and have access to advice and knowledge from other goat owners.  We only have four goats a Nigerian Pygmy (origins and age unknown) and her 2 kids (9 months old) who are half fainter, and our fourth goat is full fainter with an has an amazing personality (4 months old).


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