Fort Pierce, FL


April 30

If you already have goats, what's your herd name?

EM Squared Farms (NDGA)

If you have a website, what's the URL?


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  • Happy Birthday, Lisa!
  • If he is registered in AGS, you can register him with NDGA. However, your NDGA goats cannot be registered with AGS or ADGA.
  • I was just thinking -- he probably wasn't a great quality buck, or she wouldn't have accidentally castrated him. I can't imagine accidentally castrating a buck that I thought would make a great herd sire, even if he wasn't sold. Take your time finding another one. If your other little buck is less than 8-10 weeks old, you can let him stay with your does for a couple weeks, especially since they are also quite young.
  • Oh, no! He's not the one you brought home, is he?
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  • Hey Lisa!

    You're welcome! Like my title suggests, I have four goats. Just a small little herd, but it pleases me! I mostly have them as pets, never got into breeding. Just the working end!

    As much as I'd love to post my real name on here, my dad works in Internet Security and doesn't let me do things like that. But, in your case, I'll send you a private message so it is now broadcast all over! :)

  • You're welcome Lisa!

    Yes! Little Dwarfs can pull kids! The ideal pulling weight is this: Does pull their own weight, males twice their own weight. Many people encourage training at 6months because you are already halter training, but they should not pull full-on weight until they are at least 1 or 2. Depends on the goat. I had my goats pulling children at age two only because I trained them late. Right now I have a four goat team pulling about 120-130 - not to it's fullest potential seeing how I've got an 80lbs wether in the group, but we're working on it!

    I do make my own carts! (my dad does really!) Take a look at my photos I have on here - they will show more on the carts. For the harnesses, I bought mine from Hoegger Goat Supply, but they can be made.

    If you want more information, I have a site workinggoats.webs.com or I also have group on this site, but I update the other much more!

    Let me know if I can answer any more questions!

  • Welcome Lisa!
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