Family Friendly Mini Nubians, Nubians, and Nigerian Dwarf Goats
What is our farm about?
Nubian with mini Nubian doeling
Some of the does
We raise registered and unregistered Nubians, mini Nubians and Nigerian dwarfs. Whether you are looking for a goat for your homestead, a goat to show, or a pet, we have many different levels and price ranges. When I originally started my journey with goats, I really didn't have any idea what direction that I wanted to go. I had seen and read about Nigerian dwarfs and planned to get some soon after we moved out to the country. My first goats were an unregistered Nigerian dwarf doe and her two unregistered mini Nubian doelings. Within a month of getting them, I also bought three more unregistered Nubian does and a Nubian buck. My herd continued to grow as I added registered show quality Nigerian dwarf does and a few bucks from superior lines. As my does from the various breeds began to freshen and I started milking, I discovered that I really enjoyed the bigger girls for milking. Their teats were easier for me to milk and the quanity of milk was more. Each breed of goat brings something different to the table. Nubians and mini Nubians are great for the homesteader. Nigerian dwarfs are also good for the content of butterfat in their milk and their smaller size is more cost effective and easier for young kids to handle. Mini Nubians are in between both of these traits and offer many possibilities. No matter what you are looking for our farm has many options depending on what you want your herd to look like.
Our herd is CDT, CAE, and Johne’s tested.
All babies are disbudded or polled.
Member of MDGA, ADGA and AGS
Most of our babies are dam raised. We believe that they grow up to be healthier babies if they are allowed to be raised by their dam. We do interact with our goats daily and are all very friendly. Occasionally we will have a bottle baby for sale. Most bucks are ready to go to their new homes at 10-12 weeks and does at 12 weeks.