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Tag Archives: nigerian dwarf goat
To keep or not to keep… that is the question!
I’ve recently been replying to inquiries on various subjects… kidding, worming, etc., and many of the folks I communicate with are dealing with goats that are totally not people friendly. Not just shy goats but goats that you have to … Continue reading
Posted in Personal, The Farm Tagged dwarf miniature horse, fainting goat, llama, nigerian dwarf goat, pot belly pig, pygmy goat 8 Comments
The Joy of Selling Online – doesn’t matter what you’re selling!
The part I dislike about having a bunch of little goats for sale is actually selling them. If you set aside the fact that you really never know what folks are going to do with your animals (you have to … Continue reading
Posted in Personal Tagged courtesy, fainting goat, goats, kids, nigerian dwarf goat, online sales, pygmy goat, rudeness, selling online Comments Off on The Joy of Selling Online – doesn’t matter what you’re selling!
So much has happened at the farm since the beginning of the summer! I always have every intention of posting all that goes on but then life happens and you just have to follow the current & do what needs … Continue reading
Posted in The Farm Tagged chihuahua, donkeys, duck, fainting goat, kid, llama, miniature donkey, miniature horse, myotonic, nigerian dwarf goat, pet, Petting Zoo, pot belly pig, pygmy goat, silkie chicken, zebu Comments Off on August update
Goat Birthing Signs
What signs should you look for when you think your doe is about to give birth? Some breeders know exactly when to expect kids because of a strict breeding regimen and then they mark off the days on the calendar. … Continue reading
Posted in Goat Facts Tagged birthing, goats, kid, kidding, nigerian dwarf goat, pygmy goat 294 Comments
A little Nigerian surprise for Thanksgiving!
Today was a busy day. I had to meet with a lady in Dayton about Boris and the Christmas parade and then I had to go shop for stuff to try to make him an appropriate outfit. No sooner had … Continue reading
Posted in Our Farm Animals Tagged birth, kid, labor, nigerian dwarf goat, pygmy goat Comments Off on A little Nigerian surprise for Thanksgiving!
Samson, my tiny Nigerian Dwarf buck!
Here’s my latest addition…. A tiny Nigerian Dwarf goat! Samson was a bottle fed kid but although he was weaned when I got him, he still enjoyed his twice daily treat. I continued to do if for a little while … Continue reading
Posted in Our Farm Animals Tagged nigerian dwarf goat, tiny goat Comments Off on Samson, my tiny Nigerian Dwarf buck!