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We have decided to add Nigerian Dwarves to our farm. They are simply wonderful animals. We will continue to have pet goats available but needed to expand into a purebred goat breed.
We purchased our first bred doe in March 2010. She gave us 3 beautiful kids--2 bucklings and 1 doeling. Mom and kids are doing fine.
On June 20, 2010 we added 2 more does to the herd. They are from good bloodlines and are coming from Sunnydale Farms in CT. We thank Irene Toth for allowing us the opportunity to have these beautiful girls.
These goats are registered with the American Goat Society, which we recently joined. The two new does are also registered with the American Dairy Goat Association. We joined the ADGA in 2010.
We added Roundabout Mun Kee Cee to our herd in Aug. 2010 as a bred doe. She was bred to Bombahook Acres Triple Crown. She had 2 beautiful doelings in March 2011.
2011 Kidding was a success--3 handsome bucklings and 3 doelings. We also added a new herdsire and another doe in August.
2012 Kidding was profitable-- 4 bucklings and 2 doelings. Also, 2 pet bucklings and 2 pet doelings. All doelings retained.
Breeding scedule for 2013 kidding-- All does to be bred by Birch Ridge Farm MM MoonBeam, except 2012 doelings.
* information comes from Wikipedia and American Livestock Breeds Conservancy.
This little fellow is shown with a young girl. She has no problem handling him. He was also used as a companion to an orphaned Jacob sheep and currently keeps our alpacas company.
Notice the utter on this doe. The picture was taken shortly after her babies were weaned. Also notice the slim appearance.