CD&T can be given at the buyer's request for doelings and bucklings. If purchasing a wether, we require CD&T for the safety of the goat. Most goat kids will be available upon weaning between 10 to 12 weeks. We prefer wethers to be banded no earlier then 10 weeks of age before they leave our farm.
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Our family fell in love the Nigerian Dwarf breed in 2015. We started out with two, bottle baby doelings. Like any good goat mathematician, two goats turned into six goats and we grew larger from there.
Our goal is to raise and breed quality American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA) Nigerian Dwarf goats. We love our goats and want to share this goat love with others. We do our best to help educate new goat owners. Plus offer life-long support on your goat journey. In 2022 our goats participated in the ADGA Linear Appraisals. It was a great learning experience.
We will have adult does and bucks for sell from time to time. For the most part, we have dam raised goat kids to sell. We spend a lot of time with our goat kids so that are social and friendly. Our goat kids will come registered through the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA) or will with the ADGA registration paperwork. They will also be disbudded if they are not polled. Their hooves will also be trimmed.
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Phone: (843) 245-1808
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