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  1. Beginners Goat Raising
    Im having trouble finding a definitive answer, how often do mini lamanchas go into heat? Do the follow the Nigerian dwarf side or the lamancha? It APPEARS the would follow the lamancha side??
  2. Health & Wellness
    Hello all! My first freshener Mini mancha gave birth to a single kid Friday evening. The kid was dead ( fully formed, must have passed away while in birth canal?) and since then I've given mama as much care as I know how. I've only been raising goats for almost 3 years, so I know there's a lot...
  3. Goats For Sale
    Our groovy Central Maine Farm still has 3 doelings that need a new home. I'd LOVE to keep all three of them, but we just don't have the room right now. Luna is a purebred Nigerian Dwarf registered with ADGA. Her dam is a great little milker with nice sized teats. Luna is well mannered and...
  4. Health & Wellness
    My 2 Lamancha doelings from 2 different farms. The little white one is (supposedly) 5 months old and the bigger one is 4 months old. The bigger one is 1/4 Nubian, but I dont think this accounts for the incredible size difference. I havent weighed the big one I assume she weighs 50+ pounds, but...
  5. Beginners Goat Raising
    So here's the story.... I bought a buck from a lady who was selling him for $50 as a "pet" because he had elf ears and his site wasn't registered. At the time, this was fine because I just wanted some goats. Now I'm trying to get more into registered goats, so I started researching and found out...
  6. Goats For Sale
    Mini Lamanchas can be hard to find on the East Coast - we've got two flashy, blue eyed, mini lamancha bucklings available (F1, 25% lamancha) that can be registered with MDGA or wethered as adorable pets/companions/pack animals. We also have two lovely little blue eyed (one polled) Nigerian...
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