Oh Clifford! She is named after the big, red dog. He was born the tiniest thing and grew up to be large and healthy.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat Herd: Merida
Merida is Moon’s kid. She is the only one of Moon’s kids to not have spots. I am really curious if she will pass along that trait.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat Herd: Claire
Claire is Bunny’s kid and was born on our farm. She is a bit stand offish and is very vocal. If we had a contest for the loudest goat in our herd, she would definitely be the winner.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat Herd: Betty
Betty was born on our farm …so of course I have an extra soft spot for her. You can see her being born in the video on our 2018 kidding page.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat Herd: Wyldestyle
Wyldestyle is quite appropriately named. I love her. She has a lot of personality and is a favorite of most everyone who comes to visit. But, she likes to escape. She was a tiny thing, weighing only 2.4 pounds, when born. She was raised by her mama, but also bottle fed. Her coloring is somewhat rare for a Nigerian Dwarf, being Swiss marked.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat Herd: Moon
Moon is one of the newest additions to our herd. She’s fitting in well and is very mild mannered. Her only flaw, as far as I can tell so far, is her constant need to want to escape every time I open and close the gate.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat Herd: Bunny
Bunny is our second milking doe. We recently brought her home, so we are just getting to know each other. So far, I love her. She is very mild mannered. She had never been hand milked prior to coming to our house. You would never know it. She gives me very little trouble at milking time.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat Herd: Georgia
I brought home Georgia when she was about 12 weeks old. She is a spunky thing, like her mom, Willow. I love her markings and think she will make a great goat to show.
Our Goat Herd: Willow
Willow was the first doe to come to our farm. She’s the first goat I milked. She’s the dam to the first kids born on our farm. So, I kinda have a soft spot for her. She is a spirited goat that expects things to go her way. I am thankful for her, though, as she’s been great for me as a newbie milker.