Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Ok.......Here we are at that time of year for us again. We like to breed the end of Dec. to insure May babies as that is when the temperatures here are more tolerable. The bucks are definately ready ha ha! The matches for the breedings are determined and we are getting ready for lift off ha ha! This definately gives us goat breeders something to look forward to through the rough winters. The anticipation grows and the excitement takes over the worst part of winter to where you dont notice winter being gloom and doom! What a fun time!

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Comment by Deborah Niemann-Boehle on December 1, 2011 at 3:06pm

My first ones are due in January, and they're starting to get wide! This will be our tenth year, but I'm still as excited as I was the first year! It's like Christmas!

Comment by Margie McCoy at River Dance Farm on December 1, 2011 at 2:22pm

Same to you for February. Lets see the photo's of your new arrivals when they come. Seeing the udder starting to fill is when the anticipation really gets you going in the excitement department.

Comment by Janel Rickey on December 1, 2011 at 10:03am

This is our very first breeding season and I have my first girl due the middle of February.  We are so excited.  We have a nice warm barn so the babies will stay toasty warm.  Yesterday I was out checking on everyone and giving them their daily loving.  When I felt her little utter forming for the first time!! I was so excited.  Cannot wait for the babies to come.  Good luck with your breeding season and I hope you are successful :0)

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