For Sale

Kids started hitting the ground in February! We're really excited to have some great goats coming available. Please call me if you have any questions.

We have a closed and annually tested herd - all kids will be disbudded and vaccinated (unless the full fee is paid for a horned goat) before leaving the property. The health and safety of our animals is our first priority and we can't wait to help you find your dream match!

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Doeling 1 (Chipmunk)

Registration: MDGA/TMGR registerable F1
DOB: 02/17/2021
Percentages: 29.85% LM / 70.15% ND
Horns: disbudded
Ears: elf
Sire: Patches
Dam: Foxy
Price: $300

This is a beautiful little girl and she would be a great addition to your farm! Foxy had quads this year, (!) three doelings and one buckling. This girl is beautiful and very correct. I love her coloring - the racing stripe on her back is extra special, and her colors are STUNNING. I love her eyeliner, too. She's very sweet and I love her little personality.

Foxy is my favorite Nigerian to hand-milk. Although her udder has more triangleish teats, I really like the size and the way they milk out. Patches' dam also has a nice udder so the combo of the two should give her a good udder.

She is being dam-raised right now, but I could pull her off and get her ready for a bottle with a week and a $30 fee. If not, she should be ready to go to her forever home by mid-to-late April. Registration for each registry is an additional $5 fee.

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Doeling 2 (Black Beauty)

Registration: MDGA/TMGR registerable F1
DOB: 02/17/2021
Percentages: 29.85% LM / 70.15% ND
Horns: disbudded
Ears: elf
Sire: Patches
Dam: Foxy
Price: $300

I love this little one. Foxy had quads this year, (!) three doelings and one buckling. At this point, I'm retaining one sister. This girl is high percentage ND but takes a lot after her dad, which is a great sign for and F1. It means she should stay relatively small but we're hoping she'll do the higher volume milk.

Foxy is my favorite Nigerian to hand-milk. Although her udder has more triangleish teats, I really like the size and the way they milk out. Patches' dam also has a nice udder so the combo of the two should give her really nice udder for hand milking.

She is being dam-raised right now, but I could pull her off and get her ready for a bottle with a week and a $30 fee. If not, she should be ready to go to her forever home by mid-to-late April. Registration for each registry is an additional $5 fee.

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IWN Rose Marie (Copper)

Purebred Nigerian Dwarf
Registration: ADGA/MDGA
DOB: 04/15/2018
Horns: disbudded
Price: $300

Putting Copper up for sale is a really hard decision, but I'm working toward a herd of Miniature LaManchas, and this year some tough sales will be made.

She's beautiful, a GREAT Mom (probably the best on the property) and has given us exactly zero issues since she got here. Her teat size would be good for a woman or child milker, but she's patient and kind and has great manners. She always throws beautiful and well-fed, thrifty kids (see this year's boys above). I have never tried her with a machine, but she might do well with one. Copper was one of the first goats I got, and I'm so lucky that was the case because she's really helped to grow my love for the animals. I want her to go to a home that will really appreciate her. It's a tough call, but Mini Manchas are really where my heart is.

Copper has given us healthy twins each year she's kidded (three freshenings) and has no problem kidding. She has raised all of them herself and they all look great. She's ready to go to a new home now, and she's in milk so you'll get a whole season out of her. She's shedding her winter coat right now, but if you clip her she shines like a new penny! Right now she's giving me over 3 lbs a day.

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Buckling Number One - SOLD

Registration: MDGA/TMGR registerable F1

DOB: 02/13/2021
Percentages: 29.85% LM / 70.15% ND
Horns: polled
Ears: elf
Sire: Patches
Dam: Copper
Price: $200 (would consider a package with his brother- below)

This was the first boy born this year and we are crazy about him. He's got a great little personality and has beautiful lines. He loves to play but would grow into a great buck. Although Copper isn't the bigger volume producer of our two Nigerians, she does have great udder attachment and teat placement, both things he could pass on to kids. She also has the more delicate lines that make great Miniature Lamanchas. As a high percentage Nigerian, he would be a great buckling to keep intact and breed back to standards for F1s. He would also be a perfect little weather for yoga, companionship, or hanging out.

He's being dam-raised right now, but I could pull him and bottle train him with about a week's notice and a fee of an extra $30. If not, he should be ready to go to his forever home by mid-to-late April. Registration for each registry is an additional $5 fee.

*We don't castrate prior to 12 weeks to help prevent urinary calculi in wethers, but we charge $10 to band them.

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Buckling Number Two - SOLD

Registration: MDGA/TMGR registerable F1
DOB: 02/13/2021
Percentages: 29.85% LM / 70.15% ND
Horns: polled
Ears: elf
Sire: Patches
Dam: Copper
Price: $200 (would consider a package with his brother - above)

This was the second brother of Copper's twins this year. He's got the beautiful lines and also a little more flash. He's more mischievous than his brother but super sweet once he's in your lap.

Although Copper isn't the bigger volume producer of our two Nigerians, she does have great udder attachment and teat placement, both things he could pass on to kids. She also has the more delicate lines that make great Miniature Lamanchas. As a high percentage Nigerian, he would be a great buckling to keep intact and breed back to standards for F1s. He would also be a perfect little weather for yoga, companionship, or hanging out.

He's being dam-raised right now, but I could pull him and bottle train him with about a week's notice and a fee of an extra $30. If not, he should be ready to go to his forever home by mid-to-late April. Registration for each registry is an additional $5 fee.

*We don't castrate prior to 12 weeks to help prevent urinary calculi in wethers, but we charge $10 to band them.