Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

Our herd reduction sale has been a success so far. We have mostly sold the ones we needed to sell. We will be concentrating on Nigerians now, but I have a couple of work goats that are somewhat in dispute. I don't use them too much, but the baby loves to get pulled in the wagon with them. I always wanted to try a team, so I might see how that works out, first. The thing is, it is hard to decide. Maybe I should use my larger harnesses and train the 2 equines that are only somewhat trained. They are not nearly as safe as goats to work and train. Also, the equipment is more exp. for equines, but I have some of it already, like harnesses. I like working goats, b/c it is safer to try to make things yourself. Not safe to do that with equines, or to experiment, unless you really know what you are doing.

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