We raise our registered Nigerian Dwarf goats as beloved pets as well as productive dairy animals. Our small herd is well-loved and cared for. Our girls (and boys) are friendly, happy, and healthy. They come from great milking lines including NC PromisedLand, Old Mountain Farm, and Sugar Moon. We are members of the American Dairy Goat Association and hope to participate in performance improvement programs as we become more experienced. Our ADGA herd name is Sugar Maple, an homage to the beautiful maple trees on our property and the delicious syrup we produce! Our herd tested negative for CAE, CL, and Johne's in June 2018.
Doe kids are available for sale at $300 with ADGA registration paperwork. Wether kids and pet quality does are available for sale at $125 without registration. Buck kids are available at $150 with ADGA registration paperwork.
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L6 was born July 25 to RebelWood O Sweet Serenity and Jake's Way Neopolitan. She is a beautiful disbudded cou clair (black and tan with white) doeling with blue eyes. Serenity is a first freshener with an impressive pedigree. Her dam has her milk star and appraised in 2018 V+EE 88. Her sire has his buck star, and his dam and full sister both have SG superior genetics awards for their milk production. L6 is available at $300 with ADGA registration paperwork.
L7 was born July 25 to RebelWood O Sweet Serenity and Jake's Way Neopolitan. He is a handsome disbudded tricolor (black and tan Swiss marked with white) buckling with blue eyes. Serenity is a first freshener with an impressive pedigree. Her dam has her milk star and appraised in 2018 V+EE 88. Her sire has his buck star, and his dam and full sister both have SG superior genetics awards for their milk production. He can remain intact if requested or can be surgically wethered by our vet prior to sale. He is available for $125 as a wether or $150 with ADGA registration paperwork as a buckling.
Non-refundable deposit of $50 is required to reserve your goat. Goats will be available to go home at 8-12 weeks of age once they are weaned and eating hay and grain. Goats are herd animals and must go in pairs (or greater) unless you have similarly aged kids at home already. Our kids are dam-raised with daily handling and socialization - some are also bottle fed and therefore extra friendly. Kids will be disbudded (unless naturally polled), wethered if they are male (unless otherwise discussed), vaccinated with CDT, treated with coccidia prevention, dewormed, and tattooed. Goats being sold with ADGA registration will come with appropriate forms - registration fees are the responsibility of the buyer. All goats will be healthy at the time they are sold, but no further guarantees can be made. All sales are final.
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