Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats
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I am asking $125 each. (I spent 50.00 each) on the procedures. They are exceptionally healthy and both parents tested negative for goat diseases (CAE, CL, Brucellosis, Johnes). I have discovered that alot of farms in my area don't test, but I feel it is def. worth it, with the investment we put in our animals.
They are very sweet and lovable. ( all my goats give kisses!)
West Jefferson is a beautiful area and a nice drive. We wouldn't be very far out of the way off of 40.
I would be happy to send more pics or video tape them for you.
Oh, I have a higher price on my website, but ignore that.
So happy to hear from you and I hope you are enjoying this fantastic fall weather. check out the pics on this page of mine, there's two cute pics of Beasley when he was just born. He had droopy ears the first few days and he was adorable. Kind regards, Mary
If you are looking just for pets, I would have a few wethers but not put a doe in with them. When she goes in heat they will be all over her. I guess it depends on wether you plan on breeding some day. I like to keep one wether in with my does, it helps me know who is cycling. I had a wether and his sister, and he was so possessive of her, when I put her in the buck pen to breed, her brother jumped the fence trying to get to his sister, so he went in the buck pen too. I later sold them, they went to SC, the doe was pregnant at the time, and she gave birth to two bucks last month. All is good, they tell me the brother of the doe is real good around the kids. Best of luck starting your goat farm, its a great experience. Wish we lived closer! I have two wether brothers for sale! lol.
good luck! Mary Colman