Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

I am still waiting for my Westie to kid. She is very uncomfortable.

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Comment by Margaret Langley on May 13, 2012 at 1:00am

Oh my goodness Jan! Thanks so much for posting this pic of your babies in the swing! Yes , I see by your answer that you understand what I mean. They do tend to stay close to us mommies. If only the children we give birth to would stay as close, we would not have to worry as much about them. Love your babies!

Comment by Jan on May 12, 2012 at 4:06pm

No that is the side of my garage. We have a 3 bay garage and one has three goat pens in it. That way I have electric and access all winter.  

Yes, that is my swing but I need to fight to get a chance to use it.

Comment by Margaret Langley on May 12, 2012 at 2:19pm

This pic is just precious! I gotta be noisy and ask is that vinyl siding actually your house? I see a swing in the pic and I can imagine people spending time right here with these little ones. If that is your house you are gutsy, like me. I see no reason why these creatures should not live in VERY close proximity to there people. I like mine close by. I have one about to kid who keeps standing at the door staring through the window at me and this a.m. she barged in about 4 times before I managed to get out to feed.

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