Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

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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).

At 6:45pm on March 13, 2018, JohnD horton said…

Ok...does anybody know of anybody who is trying to breed Nigerians for worm resistance. I am eager to get some of these little fellows for fun(grandchildren!) but have a direction I want to move so am moving slowly. Any genuine knowledge of efforts in this direction would be appreciated. Thanks for comments!

John

At 10:01pm on March 12, 2018, Dorie George said…

Thank you for allowing me to join ☺

At 4:54pm on March 12, 2018, JohnD horton said…

nThanks for the welcome Janie!

I am a beekeeper who breeds queen bees for mite resistance. These have been inspected by the USDA and have confirmed low mite levels after 10 years of no mite treatment. Why am I saying this? I used to have goats for pets-which I loved. "Goat-ee" would follow me in my walks throgh the woods like a dog, and sit down besides me when I would stop. I do want Nigerian Dwarfs but I want to look at potentially breeding for worm/disease resistance along with milk production. I have a small farm here in North Alabama.

John

At 7:35pm on January 30, 2018, Melanie said…

Thank you for the welcome, Janie!! Looking forward to learning from others!! 

At 11:49pm on January 25, 2018, Janice Murphy said…

Thank you, Janie. Excited to start learning from others!

At 8:36am on January 18, 2018, Maya said…

Thank you for adding me! I am looking for a breeder in Ontario Canada. Is there a good way to go about finding one here? Thanks!

At 1:09pm on December 28, 2017, Kathy said…
Thanks for the add! I look forward to all the wonderful talk and info!
At 7:04pm on November 27, 2017, Autumn said…
Thank you for the add. Love my dwarf babies. Now that I have my own buck, lots of learning
At 4:42am on November 15, 2017, Anna Ratna Sumawijaya said…

Thank you very much Janie to add me to this group. 

At 11:58pm on November 6, 2017, Linda Forward said…

Thank you, Janie.  I have so much to learn about keeping my goats healthy and content.  I adopted a Nubian doe from our local humane society not knowing she was pregnant. Surprise! There was a lot to learn - fast.  I now have my doe and a 5 month old youngster.  I am turning to the group for help and shared information as well learning from your experiences.  

At 1:21pm on November 3, 2017, Tracey Pounds said…

Thank you. :D


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