Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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We are reconfiguring the herd after 5 months to better met my needs for ease of manageability. Thursday we added a 2 year old milker with Rosasharn background and a dehorned buck. The buck with horns was moved on.
I was never move excited to be able to walk the buck to the doe pen and to walk in there with him NOT threatening to butt me! The small two year old is giving more milk than my other milker and is much easier to milk. She also stood for the buck before I got her, during the ride home and when she got home. I am hoping for a good outcome.

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Comment by Deborah Niemann-Boehle on October 24, 2010 at 9:36pm
Congratulations on your new goats!
Comment by Dianea Fay on October 24, 2010 at 8:19pm
I am not a horn fan either. I have one buck that his disbudding did not work and he has horns. NOt sure what we are going to do weith him. I don't like him Brandon does we will see what happens. He is a tame enough guy just don't like the horns. I have to find someone who can disbud bucks better I hate all the scurs I have.

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