Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Many people think that I am a newbie seeing I just built a barn and moved my animals home. I am far from it. I have owned Nigerian Dwarf Goats for 6 years and have worked around them for 8 years, And around livestok for almost 9 years.

I boarded my animals for 5 years before moving them home. the main reason behind this is because of local town by laws. I had to go through a 6 month process and a very expensive process to move them home. lets just say I could have bought a very nice goat or a few cheaper goats for the same price of the permit. I love how the town wonders why we have had such a loss in farmland.

I have 6 females currentlyrangeing from 6 years old to a year old. these girls Ihave had since I moved the animals home last fall. This year I have had 3 does kids with 6 kids 4 does and 2 bucklings. I am keeping two doelings currently.   I still have one more doe to kid at the end of the  month.

 

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Comment by Deborah Niemann-Boehle on July 10, 2012 at 11:08pm

Welcome to the group! You have a very interesting story. Would love to hear more of it.

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