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Finally, we're moving. That means selling all the pet goats, and our milker who only produces a quart a day.

I posted them all on craigslist: http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/grd/3882310117.html

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/grd/3882313666.html

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/grd/3882319260.html

So far, I've gotten 2 people interested in Jelly, but they both backed out. One person contacted me wanting blue-eyed, black & white doelings (which I don't have :rolleyes:)...but no one else. Any suggestions?

**We are trying to sell jelly for $250, because we want to buy a friends really nice Alpine milker for $250**
 

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they seem priced fairly. CL doesnt always work out for me when trying to sell goats. Are you on FB? keep refeshing your CL add when you can (go to your add account listings and you can refresh your listings instead of reposting them). This way they stay up on the current days listings.
 

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I would restate the first advertisement as Nigerian Breeder Does. (They can still be bred, right?) People might think of it the wrong way if they aren't looking for a pet. Please correct me if I am wrong!
 

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I would restate the first advertisement as Nigerian Breeder Does. (They can still be bred, right?) People might think of it the wrong way if they aren't looking for a pet. Please correct me if I am wrong!
They aren't the best quality...'back yard goats', ya know? But I'll rename it that :D
 

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I know, I know, :eek: Its just that I bought them for $300, $250, & $250...someone should be as gulable as me, right? :D
 

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They are rather expensive. I pay and sell unbred, unregistered does for $100. Registered is $200 and reg in milk $250 an up. I am in MO.
 

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I hear you, I often find, after the fact, that I had paid too much for something, usually is horse tack, and I always end up reselling it at a loss LOL.
 

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Thanks ya'll, I have reduced all the prices anywhere from $25 to $100 since I first posted them, maybe it's time to reduce them even more :tear: :D Can you tell I want that $$?
 
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