Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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Lucy Locket heard that there are now two little baby dairy goats on the farm, besides she and Linus, vying for everyone's attention...What is a girl to do?   FAINT thought Lucy...Now that is something those dairy goat kids cannot do, and Linus and I can!   We're back in the spotlight with this little trick thought Lucy!  I must run and tell Linus, but before she could tell Linus of her scheme, she FAINTED away! ...the saga of two miniature fainting goats at Gillis Hill Farm

 

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Comment by Margaret Langley on July 17, 2012 at 10:40pm

Yep about 22.5-23.5 for does and about 23.5-25 for bucks, so about the same size as our NDs. My sister has a mini buck in her herd of about 30. He went somewhere up North and visited to bred a whole herd for someone.

Comment by Amanda Worsham on July 16, 2012 at 5:04pm

LOL..i love the fainting goats..didn't know there were miniature ones

Comment by Margaret Langley on April 30, 2012 at 9:07am

That is so cute, and true I guess. My sister is herdmaster to about 30 or so and she says that there is one that will faint if she gets to excited when they go out to feed trying to get to the feeding. LOL!

Comment by Patty Meyer on April 17, 2012 at 3:30pm

LOL!  Cute! :)

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