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I own a large herd of Nigerian Dwarf and Pygmy goats. I raise babies (kids) year round.
Prices start at $100 and go up from there depending on the sex, bone structure and color. Blue eyes are also a factor. Males are less expensive than the females. Males start at $100.
I have plenty of babies on the way. All are handled daily and very friendly.
If you are interested in a bottle baby I need to know IN ADVANCE. Please understand that bottle feeding a newborn kid is very demanding. They MUST be bottle fed every 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours during the day. If the nights get cool they should be kept out of the weather and cool air. When they are with their mother they will snuggle up against her for warmth.
I occasionally have nannies for sale. Contact me for more information.
I do offer discounts for purchasing more than one.
I can text or email additional pics of my goats.
Any of my male babies can be banded (made a wether) when they are between 8 and 10 weeks old. Unless you plan to breed goats I recommend that you make a billy a wether. Billy goats STINK! They pee all over themselves and drink their own urine. If you band them or surgically castrate them and make them a wether they do not exhibit the billy behavior. A wether makes an excellent pet, just like a female.
My babies are all very stocky, healthy and playful and are petted and played with every day.
All goats will receive a complimentary worming and CDT vaccine upon purchase or when they reach 8 weeks of age.
See some of my other kids at www.whiskeycreekranch.net
I also rehome pygmy and nigerian goats, (females and wethers). I will also accept billies under certain circumstances. If you have goats that need a home, instead of sending it to the auction barn please call me.
Pygmy and Nigerian dwarf goats do provide a good amount of milk. If you buy a female from me and want to breed her later on for milk production we can discuss those options.
Pygmy and Nigerian dwarf goats are very good at clearing brush and eating weeds and grasses. They will eat pretty much anything to which they have access, whether it's your lawn or vegetable garden. So, please understand this when you consider buying a goat. They will need the appropriate fencing and shelter. Goats do not like to be cold or wet so they need some sort of shelter, even if it's just a dog house. Goats are herd animals and do not do well alone. They need a companion. They are very easy to care for and make excellent pets as well as serve great agricultural purposes.
I highly recommend some sort of protection against predators. I personally use Great Pyrenees livestock guard dogs. Goats make a tasty meal for coyotes, bobcats or even the neighbors dog. Adequate fencing to keep the goats in does not keep out hungry predators.
Additional information can be obtained by doing some advance reading such as: Goats for Dummies, Pygmy Goats (management and veterinary care) or The Goat Handbook. All can be obtained at Amazon.com There are many resources available on the internet.