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Nigerian Dwarf Goat does produce one to two quarts of milk per day, which is high in butterfat and makes excellent cheese and butter. They make excellent pets, too.

Our Nigerian Dwarf Goats are a closed, grass fed herd. We raise both ADGA Registered and Non-Registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats.

We have a variety of goats to choose from: colorful goats, some are polled, some have blue eyes, some have wattles, some are moonspotted, and all come from good milking stock. Proud member of

We only kid once a year, in the spring, usually March-April. We do not dehorn, but we can band the boys at buyer’s request for wethers. the requires full payment on the kid upfront.

To see what Nigerian Dwarf goats are for sale, look for them on the For Sale page. If you don’t see what you are looking for, contact us to see what else might be available.

We require a non-refundable deposit to hold any animal until it is weaned and/or picked up. We will not hold anything without a deposit.

Cheyanne and Bambi – registered does

Allesea – Brown and White Doe

Riot – registered buck

Gabe and Gus – 2016 registered bucks

2016 kids

Pixi #2 – tri-colored doe


Bambi and her tri-colored buckling
the last kid of our 2017 season

Pixi #1

Judge – foundation buck for our blue eyed gene

Faith – registered doe

Hope – registered doe

Charity – registered doe

Zoot Suit Riot

Iris – Black and White doe
with Tibetin Mastiffs

Bambi – registered doe,
Brown, White, and Black w/Wattles
(photo shows Bambi in front)

2017 kids

Iris and Riot’s 2017 doe kid
Tri-colored and Polled