We are now in the middle of a population explosion and have several beautiful Nigerian Dwarf kids looking for new homes where they will be loved and spoiled as much as they are here.If you always thought you didn't have space for a goat , Nigerians might just be perfect for you.Although they are small goats(think big-ish Labrador and you won't be far wrong) .Nigis are not stocky, short-legged Pygmies . They have the shape, elegance and gentle
nature of a dairy goat but in miniature. You do NOT need acres of land to keep them and many of our happiest goats live in normal gardens. If you can provide them with a small shed for shelter a safe enclosure for play and exercise , fresh water and plenty of hay they will be happy and provide you with years of fun and companionship. I say "they" as a solitary goat is a sad, lonely creature. That's why we only sell in pairs. The only "red tape" involved is a phone call to get a "CPH" number,(no inspections and no charges!)
We sell our goats as pets and that's why they are all the same price.Castrated boys are very sweet. No smell,no butting! Before they come to you all our kids are
wormed / fully vaccinated. Boys and girls both grow horns which we leave as it is part of their natural beauty and they do NOT use them aggressively. We have grandkids
and many young visitors and we have never had any problems with horns.They will leave home at around 4 months when their mums decide it's time to finish weaning and they are ready to start their new lives.
Our goats are NOT registered as we do not show them. They are just much-loved family pets and if you think Nigerians might be for you why not come and see us. You would be very welcome and IF you decide you would like a couple of our kids a £50 deposit ( sorry, not-returnable) will hold your chosen ones until they are ready.
Please get in touch if you would like to make an appointment to meet our gorgeous babies Or if you have any questions I will always try to help.