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This is a unregistereble 100% Nigerian doeling. Her sire is registered but her Dam is not, what do ya think? She is a buckskin horned brown eyes doeling..i love her but this is the only pic I have lol

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This is a unregistereble 100% Nigerian doeling. Her sire is registered but her Dam is not, what do ya think? She is a buckskin horned brown eyes doeling..i love her but this is the only pic I have lol

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She鈥檚 adorable,馃グI don鈥檛 know much about registered stuff but I would certainly bring her home!!!
She's cute. But what does she add to your herd? What direction do you want to go? What does her dam's udder look like? How much is dam producing. I would really figure out what you want to do with your goats - goals, purpose, etc. She's pretty, but not really put together well with her conformation from what I can see from this pic. If you only want cute and pretty for pets she's fine.
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She鈥檚 adorable,馃グI don鈥檛 know much about registered stuff but I would certainly bring her home!!!
We are thinking about going to see her tomorrow! And maybe even bringing her home!
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She is a beauty. L9ve her patterns
I know right? I love buckskins
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She's cute. But what does she add to your herd? What direction do you want to go? What does her dam's udder look like? How much is dam producing. I would really figure out what you want to do with your goats - goals, purpose, etc. She's pretty, but not really put together well with her conformation from what I can see from this pic. If you only want cute and pretty for pets she's fine.
She doesn't have great conformation but mostly interested in her as a pet/ companion for my doe Scarlett who sadly lost her sister. And her Dams udder is great but I dont know how much she is producing. My goal with my goats since I started raising them was to raise pet goats for people around the place were i live because everyone is always wanting goats around here and since I raise pet goats i don't really go off of conformation all the time tho, it is nice to have good conformation on my goats. Last winter i only bred one doe but this winter i will be breeding all my 9 does and milk them to bottle feed their kids and sell as bottle babies so I can use the milk
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Well congrats on possibly getting another one. I love how you are always buying goats! 馃槀 I would do the exact same thing if my parents would let me.
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Well congrats on possibly getting another one. I love how you are always buying goats! 馃槀 I would do the exact same thing if my parents would let me.
LOL that's funny lol my dad tells me "no more goats, okay?" Me the next day bringing home another one. him "oh well lol" LOL
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LOL that's funny lol my dad tells me "no more goats, okay?" Me the next day bringing home another one. him "oh well lol" LOL
That鈥檚 so awesome! Does he have a soft spot for goats also?
That鈥檚 so awesome! Does he have a soft spot for goats also?
Yep...lol he loves that they are all over him and one of my goats "Scarlett" lost her sister a year and a half ago and now has took up with my dad after she passed. She misses her sister willow but now she loves my dad
This is Scarlett lol
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That鈥檚 so awesome! Does he have a soft spot for goats also?
My dad had a goat when he was young but.....his dad killed it..so yeah... My dads dad (my papa ) was a pretty mean guy when he was drunk...
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9 dairy goats is a lot to handle, even if dam raised if you plan on milking by hand. After kids are weaned you still need to milk twice if good production, or at least once a day. Lots of time, grain, hay, etc....... so really think about how much time and $$ you have to invest. Best wishes in figuring out what is best for you!
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9 dairy goats is a lot to handle, even if dam raised if you plan on milking by hand. After kids are weaned you still need to milk twice if good production, or at least once a day. Lots of time, grain, hay, etc....... so really think about how much time and $$ you have to invest. Best wishes in figuring out what is best for you!
Yeah it is but I have my sister that will be milking with me. And thank you very much!
Yep....we went through so much trouble to get her but oh well that's a post for another time...lol

Here she is!!!!
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Yep...lol he loves that they are all over him and one of my goats "Scarlett" lost her sister a year and a half ago and now has took up with my dad after she passed. She misses her sister willow but now she loves my dad
This is Scarlett lol
AWWWWWWWWW so cute! sorry you had to deal with losing a goat.....
AWWWWWWWWW so cute! sorry you had to deal with losing a goat.....
Yeah its always hard... What do you think about me calling the new girl Fawn?
They are cute.
They are cute.
Thank you toth!
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Her is another pic, we named her Fawn!
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