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  1. Birth Announcements
    Well, Annika politely waited until I had my coffee this morning, then gave us 2 little bucklings. My daughter was ready to catch babies when she suddenly went pail. "Mom, there are THREE hooves coming out!" She didn't want to go in and do the reorganizing, so I did. Fortunately, it was pretty...
  2. Goat Frenzy
    Four Goats. That's our limit. Just four. Except we have 4 now. And there's a buck coming soon. Though he'll only be here for a month or so. AND my 20 year-old was just offered a show quality yearling LaMancha doe; FREE. a LaMancha that will be covered by a fabulous Nigerian buck. FREE...
  3. Goat Management
    I am still indecisive on choosing a goat breed. I have been back and forth between Nigerians and Kinders and I keep throwing different thoughts around and coming up with pros and cons for each, so first before I get into some of the wild ideas I have, let me tell you my goals: I am looking...
  4. Health & Wellness
    Hi Gang, I ordered Replamin Plus from Jeffers. It should arrive here today. I am REALLY looking forward to seeing how it affects my goats - especially Ditza. My understanding is to use the Replamin at 5cc per goat for 3 days in a row and then use it once a week or so. Is the dose the same...
  5. Goat Management
    Hello, I just got three little nigerian does last night. This is my first time with goats. We live on a .5 lot on the county line (we are county). I have chickens too, several fruit trees, and a garden. Unfortunately, within 2 minutes the back neighbor (on his tiny subdivision lot) was yelling...
  6. Beginners Goat Raising
    First, Thank you lovely posters for all the wonderful resources and information you've shared. I think I have spent about 10 hours reading on this site on my phone and it's amazing what I've learned. My husband and I are new to the goat realm. We have had our goats a week and it's totally NEW...
  7. Goats For Sale
    We are now taking reservations on 2013 nigerian dwarf goats in northwest washington. They are given premium care. They are sold healthy, vaccinated, dewormed, hoof trimmed and registered with ADGA (or NDGA if your prefer). Our herd has bloodlines from Old Mountain, Pholia, Camanna and more...
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