We are happy you are interested in our ADGA registered Nigerian Dwarf goats.
All kids are disbudded, tattooed, and up to date on CDT vaccination and coccidia prevention.
Our whole herd is tested yearly for CAE, CL, Johnes, and Q-fever. Note: young kids are NOT tested because they are under-age.
You will have papers-in-hand at the time of pickup with the application to register your goat with the ADGA, proof of herd disease testing, a bill-of-sale, and a Nigerian Dwarf book to help you care for your new goat.
Most of our does were bred with Ranchocabra Lunar Eclipse. You can see photos and read more about him here.
2021 Goat Kids for Sale
Does - $500
Bucklings - $400
To reserve a goat, a $100 non-refundable deposit is due per doe kid and a $200 per buck kid. Please make sure you read my sales policy here.
Goats marked "reserved" have a deposit on them already and are not available.
1) Primrose X Eclipse: Doeling #1, RESERVED
I was overjoyed when I walked out to the barn one morning and saw that Primrose had had twin does! This is her third freshening and her udder gets better each year. As being out of Squints line, I had no doubt she would be an excellent milker that gave us plenty of milk in our buckets. I was impressed with her medial suspensory ligament and how high her udder is attached at the rear. Her orifices are nice and open and don't require you to get carpel tunnel while hand-milking. She's given us triplets, quads, and twins this year! Her doelings will be excellent milkers for your homestead and will provide you with delicious milk for your family!
2) Primrose X Eclipse: Doeling #2, $500 RESERVED
3) MJ X Eclipse: Doeling #1 - RETAINED
MJ is a joy to have on our farm and we were overjoyed when she gave us a doe we could retain! Last year she gave us twin bucklings and both sold and when to new farms as future herdsires. Her udder is beautiful and has perfectly aligned teats that point straight down. Her teats are long and She's a wonderful mother and has always thrown multi-colored babies with striking patterns! Combined with the genetics from Eclipse, I have no doubt her babies are going to be a huge asset to any farm they go to!
4) MJ X Eclipse: Doeling #2 $500 RESERVED
5) MJ X Eclipse: Buckling $400 RESERVED
6) Squints x Eclipse: Doeling, RESERVED
Forgot-Me-Not, aka"Squints", was my first Nigerian Dwarf purchase 4 years ago. I sold my Alpines and Nubians because I wanted a smaller dairy goat and more cream. I was fully expecting to have less milk because Nigerian's don't "usually" give as much milk as the larger dairy goat breeds. Boy, was I mistaken! Squints milks like a Holstein cow! She has a full, capable udder and this is her 3rd year having quadruplets. She has never refused any of her babies and they all four always have full bellies.
Her udder has great attachments and she is very easy to hand milk. We bred her with Eclipse because of his incredible milking genetics in his lineage and I have been very happy with ANY milkers I have gotten out of her. Primrose, Peony, and Clover (all daughters of Squints that are now milkers for me are listed on this page and have udder pictures).
You will be very happy with a doe or a buck sire out of Squints!
7) Squints x Eclipse: Bucking #1, $400
8) Squints x Eclipse: Bucking #2, $400
9) Squints x Eclipse: Bucking #3, $400 RESERVED
10) Clover x Eclipse: Bucking #1, $400 RESERVED
This is Clover's first freshening and she gave us twin bucks! She kidded easily and has been a natural mother. She is out of Squint's line, so I knew she was going to be a wonderful milker for us - but what I wasn't expecting was the amount of milk she would have for her first kidding. Her udder is capacious with symmetrical teats and held high to her body. Her teat orifices are open and easy to hand milk.
Her bucklings will make a great herd sires some day!
11) Clover x Eclipse: Bucking #2, $400 RESERVED
Yearlings for Sale
12) Gather Farm Petunia Doe- RESERVED
With all the activities of Spring last year, I forgot that I already have a doe out of Primrose and Eclipse so I have decided to sell Petunia. She should be ready to breed this year in the fall. Petunia is already registered with the ADGA (click here to see her genetics) so we will just transfer her registration papers over to her new owner.