We are happy you are interested in our ADGA registered Nigerian Dwarf goats. We just adore this breed!
All kids are disbudded, tattooed (unless wethered), registered with the ADGA, and up to date on CDT and coccidia prevention.
Our whole herd is tested yearly for CAE, CL, Johnes, and Q-fever. Our last test was done April 2020 and our whole herd came back negative. Note: young kids are NOT tested because they are under-age.
You will have papers-in-hand at the time of pickup and will only need to transfer the goat to your name.
Please read over our sales policy by clicking here.
Eclipse x MJ = Twin Bucklings $400 each
This was a breeding I was most excited about! MJ freshened in 2019 for the first time and I was impressed with what an excellent milker she was. She has very long teats and large orifices that are a blessing to a hand milker!
We bred her with Eclipse this past fall and she kidded twin bucklings on May 8, 2020, and will be available to take home on July 8, 2020.
These bucklings have the most gorgeous coloring and have the potential to be excellent herd sires or companion wethers. I'd be lying if I told you that I wasn't disappointed that she didn't have a doe this year, but we will be breeding her again with Eclipse in the fall because these bucklings show us just what beautiful kids that MJ and Eclipse can make!
These bucklings will be sold as breeding bucklings with ADGA registration papers and copies of our latest whole-herd testing (tested negative for CAE, CL, Johnes, Q-fever in April '20). They will be disbudded and tattooed (but not if wethered), up to date on CDT vaccination, and on coccidia prevention.
If interested, please read over our goat sales policy.
If not sold before July 8, 2020, we will consider selling them as a wether for $100 each.
SOLD Gather Farm Moon Pie - $500
Moon Pie is a purebred Nigerian Dwarf doe that was born 2/17/2019. She is ready to be bred! She is predominately white, has black legs, and has blue eyes.
Her sire, Natella Ferero is a beautiful, long-bodied buck with great rear angulation and very good dairy strength. This past season, one of his daughters, Ranchocabra Chocolate Binge, has done consistently well in shows, often placing in the top two in her class. She won Reserve Jr Grand at the WNC Mountain State Fair in 2016 in the youth show. She freshened with a high and nicely attached udder.
Her dam is a gorgeous white doe with blue eyes and consistently throws us blue-eyed babies! She is an easy milker, has long teats and great orifices. She's always been a wonderful mom to her babies and has never had any health issues or mastitis.
You can see her genetics by clicking here.
Gather Farm Saffron - $400 (Sold)
Saffron is a gorgeous Nigerian Dwarf that is chocolate sungau with minimal white and a white poll. She was born on 8/11/2019.
Her dam NC Dawn Man Jewels ("M.J.") has been one of my favorite first-time fresheners I've ever had! This first freshening I was pleasantly surprised how easy she was to milk and her long teats which are wonderful for hand-milking.
You can read more about her sire here.
Click here to see her genetics.
SOLD Gather Farm Poppy - $400
Poppy is a beautiful chocolate Nigerian Dwarf doeling. She was born 7/14/2019. Her dam, Primrose, had triplets for her first freshening and has been an excellent milker for me. For a first freshener, she gave plenty of milk and udder capacity and has nice medium-sized teats. I've never had any problem hand-milking her. We bred Primrose to Natella Ferero.
Poppy's grand-dam is a Reserve Champion and is one of my best milkers. I always refer to her as my Holstein goat 🙂 She has a large udder capacity and has always given me over a quart of milk a day on once-a-day milking.
Thankfully, her grand-dam has passed this quality down and I'm excited to see what a wonderful milker Poppy becomes!
You can Poppy's genetics here.
Gather Farm Jasmine - $450 SOLD
Jasmine was one of quads that was born from her dam, NC New Dawn Forget-Me-Not ("Squints") on March 1, 2020. She is a beautiful buckskin Nigerian Dwarf that will be ready to go to her new home after May 1, 2020.
Her dam has consistently given me quads the past few years. She has an incredible udder capacity and is very easy to hand milk. She's earned her milk stars and I love to call her my holstein goat!
Her sire is progeny of some wonderful lineage and comes from excellent show and milking lines. You can read more about him here.
Click here to see her genetics.