I Pm'd you.Not if the doe is built for that capacity. Some people are really bad about over-uddering their goats for shows which looks really bad and is hard on the goat. If you'd like to see pictures, PM me and I'd be glad to show you some of the really nice Nigerians. As for capacity, I expected my FF's to produce 4lbs each day.
That milk must be very sweet!My girls might not all have the total liquid milk output of a standard breed, but they do 10-11+%―But I am also proud of their output and proud to have them compete against standards.!
Still shocking to hear! I'm glad I joined this forum, or else I would've thought ND's weren't worth milking!I don't show but I had a Nigerian that gave me a half gallon once a day milking.
This would be very exciting! I think it would be nice to have a little ring for the miniature breeds! That'd be cute!I also like the idea of bringing other experimental mini breeds into ADGA so they can eventually become mainstream. With genetic testing to keep breed records honest I think this could be possible.
Definitely!Basically the way it currently, is it's comparing apples to oranges, imho. Nigies have a clear difference - less fluid milk output, higher butterfat - that many people value, and probably we oughtn't try to pigeonhole them into standard competitive brackets.