You're gonna make what out of my milk?? lol love this face!  Google Image Result for http://www.ads.agrisupportonline.com/forsale/4000/4731.jpg

You're gonna make what out of my milk?? lol love this face! Google Image Result for http://www.ads.agrisupportonline.com/forsale/4000/4731.jpg

Gizmo and Spike are the best of friends.  Minnie Jewel Farm, Mountain Grove, MO. Photo:  S. Thorn, Mar 2011

Raising Nigerian Dwarf Goats: Perfect for a Small Farm

Gizmo and Spike are the best of friends. Minnie Jewel Farm, Mountain Grove, MO. Photo: S. Thorn, Mar 2011

NIGERIAN DWARF GOATS....a miniature dairy goat breed from West Africa....measure 17 to 23.5 inches tall....popular as pets and milk.....easy maintenance and small stature....their high butterfat is used by some dairies to make cheese

NIGERIAN DWARF GOATS....a miniature dairy goat breed from West Africa....measure 17 to 23.5 inches tall....popular as pets and milk.....easy maintenance and small stature....their high butterfat is used by some dairies to make cheese

Identifies what a polled goat is, and how the genes work so that you obtain either polled or horned goats.

What Are Polled Goats?

Identifies what a polled goat is, and how the genes work so that you obtain either polled or horned goats.

Goat. Photography: White Loft Studio - www.whiteloftstudio.com  Read More: http://www.stylemepretty.com/living/2014/08/13/behind-the-scenes-dancing-goats-dairy/

Goat. Photography: White Loft Studio - www.whiteloftstudio.com Read More: http://www.stylemepretty.com/living/2014/08/13/behind-the-scenes-dancing-goats-dairy/

How to Raise Goats for Brush & Weed Control

How to Raise Goats for Brush & Weed Control

If you'd like some caprine company but don't want full-size goats, consider raising Nigerian dwarf goats. Because these small goats generally .

The Golden Guernsey is what is often called a yard goat. It has been traditionally kept even in very small yards to provide milk for families in the UK. It is a light eater, needing less food than some other breeds to produce its rich milk. There are no more animals of this breed being imported to the United States currently but breeders are working to have the breed recognized by the American Dairy Goat Association.

The Golden Guernsey is what is often called a yard goat. It has been traditionally kept even in very small yards to provide milk for families in the UK. It is a light eater, needing less food than some other breeds to produce its rich milk. There are no more animals of this breed being imported to the United States currently but breeders are working to have the breed recognized by the American Dairy Goat Association.

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