Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

These are Capri's three little girls playing in the turtle sand box, sans sand. When their mom was pregnant with them, she liked to lay in this so for them to play in it just seems natural. This was video-taped June 3, 2014, when they were 15 days old. Tiny Baby was born first and weighed only 1 lb. and 10.5 ounces. Her sisters were of average weight for a Nigerian Dwarf newborn at 3 lbs. 8.5 ounces and 3 lbs. 6 ounces. Though they were twice as big as she was, she has never let being tiny stand in her way. She thinks she is as big as her sisters and even the big goats.

It is going to be really difficult to let Tiny Baby go to a new home. If we had acreage, I would keep them all!

These three babies (and their three 8-weeks older cousins) will all be for sale at the end of summer and will later be terrific dairy goats for their new owners. Of course, they can be great backyard pets for someone not interested in milking.

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Yogurt Maker

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Mineral feeder (put minerals in one side and baking soda in the other!)

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