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  1. Goat Management
    I really want to start showing goats once I start my farm again, I'd drive the goats there, but I really don't want to be the one in the ring. Will the ADGA let me do this, and do y'all think $50 would be a good amount to pay someone to show my goats?
  2. Goat Management
    I want heavy, hardy and tall Nubian's. At least 250 lbs, 35 inches (withers), live with little to no worming and trimmings, make lovely milkers and also have excellent breed conformation. Once I get the "look" I want they'd probably be around 60-70% Nubian and 40-30% meat goat and then I would...
  3. Health & Wellness
    My husband and I have done lots of research. We are looking for advise with our herd. We have one buck in-tact. We also have 2 does that are a year and a half old, a doeling that is 4 months, and lastly a doeling that is 3 months old. We have noticed that the buck has been chasing and trying to...
  4. Goat Management
    Would any ADGA members be willing to sign a NOA letter for three of my Nubian does? I do not have any members near me that could come evaluate them so I was thinking I send pictures to someone and have them mail the letters to me.
  5. Goat Frenzy
    I remember @goathiker making a list of the dairy breeds, and the issues they tend have, whether that be minerals, mastitis, respiratory issues, etc but i cat find the post? I remember her saying LaManchas have a lot of health issues? If she still has that list, it would be greatly appreciated...
  6. Health & Wellness
    Hello everybody! I have a coming two year old nubian doe with swelling under her jaw. Her color is good, eyelids a dark pink, poop is normal, and she doesn't seem lethargic or depressed. She's lost a little weight along her topline, but she hasn't gone off feed at all, so I had just assumed...
  7. Dairy Diaries
    Hi! I am wanting opinions on the best spotted Nubian Breeders, or farms with lots of spotted genetics (purebred ADGA). Of course, a tested and clean herd. I am located in eastern North Carolina, so preferably looking for somebody on the east coast and surrounding areas. But not against other...
  8. Health & Wellness
    Hi, my Nubian doe had her babies three weeks ago this Saturday. She had two babies, doe and buck. Both her babies were born deformed and couldn't stand up. The buck's head was rounded and his tongue hangs out. He stood up after a couple days and now can walk, run and play. He drinks and...
  9. Introductions
    I am here with the supervision of my grandmother. I decided to begin a goat herd and so I did my preparation using my 4H book as a start. I already have a successful egg farm but I want to raise goats and begin a herd now to produce milk and make cheeses. I picked out my buckling and doeling...
  10. Introductions
    I'm from north central Texas. I raised Nubians when I was a kid up until a few years after I graduated high school at which time I was young, dumb, and married to a guy who just fails at life. I gradually gave up my herd. I am now 33 and have a son who is now old enough to show. We got him a...
  11. Introductions
    Started out with a mini lamancha billy eight months ago and now have a herd of eleven. ( Two lamanchas, eight nubians, and one not sure of her breed) Two bucks and the rest have been bred and due to kid at different times. We plan on milking them. Every day is fun and we always learn something...
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