shirelle, I'd like to see pictures of them, and also have the following questions answered:
- are they registered, if so what bloodlines?
- are they tested -ve for cae and jd
- what do their mum's yield
- are they disbudded
- have they been joined
- were they dam raised or bottle raised
All in all, $150 could be very very cheap if they are good goats. But the price is pretty indicative of what you get re dairy goats in Australia - at that price you are probably looking at decent home milkers, probably registered but not show goats - and probably doing 2 - 3L per day, you wont get the huge producers for that price. Really when you start looking at the good show registered goats, and the big producers they are around $400 - 600. But, most people dont really need those ones.