Nigerian Dwarf Bucks
Raising goats with informed, quality bloodlines and educated practices since early 2008 with a lifetime of animal husbanrdy experience and dedication to learning all one can know about the breeds they raise!
About the Breed:
The Nigerian Dwarf is a miniature dairy goat of West African origin. They do not require as much space or feed as their larger dairy goat counterparts
and their gentle and friendly personalities make them good companion pets. The milk is also higher in butterfat and has a sweeter taste.
Nigerian Dwarfs are considered a recovery breed
by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy.
A Nigerian Dwarf doe can produce a surprising amount of sweet milk for her small size
- up to two quarts per day or more.
In addition, Nigerian Dwarf milk is higher in butterfat
(6-10%) and higher in protein than milk from most dairy goat breeds.
They have calm, even temperament.
Dwarf goats breed year round. Nigerian Dwarfs are a hearty breed with few kidding problems. Dwarfs does can have several kids at a time, 3 and 4 being common with some quintuplet births occurring.
Credit for the above info goes to: http://www.ndga.org/
HERD TESTED NEGATIVE again - MARCH 2012
(NO 2013 KIDS OFFERED from EITHER NIGERIAN
We have reduced the Nigerian Herd to TWO DOES AND TWO BUCKS ONLY - We may breed in 2014 - our focus is Nubians and Saanens, however. I know many good local breeders of Nigerians, and many with animals from us, so email for info on their herds)
Buttin Heads Arsenic "NICK"
Sire: Buttin'Heads Nickelodeon
Dam: ButtinHeads Proudite (1 *M)
SD: Buttin'Heads Chamaeleon
SS: CH Buttin'Heads Black Iredsh Rose
DD: AGS Velvet Acres Profiterole
DS: CH Buttin'Heads Meerscham Pipe
"Hickerson Acres Princeton"
Dam: Atwood Acres GR Golden Prince *S
Sire: Atwood Acres GR Li'l Blue
Dam's Dam: Stoney Lonesome Blue Girl
Dam's Sire: PromisedLand CP Gold Rush *S
Sire's Dam: Gay-Mor's RA Nesselrode *D AR1649
Sire's Sire: PromisedLand CP Gold Rush *S
If you're looking for Dairy Goats, please email me - there are breeders in WV I highly recommend steering clear of due to dishonest practices in their herds and in business dealings.