Nigerian Dwarf Goats

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Posted by Angie | Posted in Farming, Goats, Homesteading, Spring | Posted on 25-02-2017

On February third we had a wonderful surprise. Our 6-year-old son ran in the house to announce that we had baby goats. Our Nigerian Dwarf doe, Popcorn, had her first kids. Two little bucklings. They are both tri-colored (brown, black & white) and one of them has blue eyes like his mother.

Then on February fifteenth our other doe, Buttercup, surprised us with two more kids. This time two little doelings. One of them is marked like her mother (tan & white) and the other is marked like our buck (black & white).

All four are absolutely adorable. We are leaving them with their mothers for now to make sure that they’re getting adequate nutrition since we’re new at this. They are nursing well, nibbling at their goat feed and hay, and are thriving.

We have sold the blue-eyed buck, but the other 3 are still available. We are selling the buckling for $200 and the doelings for $400 each. They are all able to be triple registered with the ADGA, AGS, and NDGA.

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