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Old 07/02/09, 10:59 AM
 
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Holiday Nigerian Dwarf Buck Bonanza!

My buck pen is way too cramped so I need to downsize. I have 3 wonderfully bred and gorgeous young boys available from AGS herd:
1) New Moon FP Tonto: (I co-own the dam but herdname under my partner's) YellowRose Farm Front Page (2X champ) X Kaapio Acres KK Syrah. This yearling is linebred on MCH Rosaharn Keiki Kane. Dam has the udder of the century and both lines top show and mammary genetics. This boy is black with just a strip of white on his hindquarter and tail tip. Well put together, show quality, blue eyed. I would not be selling except I have a buck just like him. At $175 hard to find a better buy.
2) Laurel Haven Taoiwa*S Tranquility Acres Rocky*S X Kush-Hara Hopi 3*D. This is a beautiful butterscotch with brown moonspots yearling sire. Steeped in mammary genetics with both parents and All grandparents carrying milk stars. Refined, dairy guy. $250.
3) Moon Spinner's ? : DesertNanny EC Blue Galaxy X Kaapio Acres KK Syrah. Flashy white and black 7 weeks, blue eyed. Already looking like a champ. Wonderful show and milk bloodline. $250.
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Old 07/02/09, 12:42 PM
 
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Wanted small goats SW VA or SE WV

Put an ad on the barter board and then found this area to post. My neighbor is looking for a couple of goats as company for her one pygmy. Would prefer young ones she can train on a tether or ones already tether trained. Would prefer small breed or cross.We are in the Blacksburg/Christiansburg area. Modest cost a factor.

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Old 07/02/09, 03:37 PM
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FS: Three Nigerian Dwarf Goats - VT

We have three wonderful Nigerian Dwarf goats, 2 does (born 6/08, just a year old) and one buck (2 years old). The does are both pregnant and due at the end of the summer. The does are twin sisters, absolutely adorable. They are all very friendly, very social, easy to care for. $450 for the three. I have lots of pictures...will post if I can figure it out and there's interest!

We're considering a milk cow so no longer need the goats.

Thanks.
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Old 07/07/09, 09:52 AM
 
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I have a lovely registered Nubian doe in milk that I need to sell. I have to get out of goats because of our current living situation, so she is not being culled. She is out of the Elk Brook herd, second freshening three year old. She has raised twin wethers and the times that I have milked her, still given me nearly two quarts without separating them. She is easy to milk and has very nice conformation, though she is too thin for my taste right now. I will try to get pictures this afternoon. I would like $200 for her as she is in full milk and, except for a slightly lopsided udder, is show quality. I am in western Oregon, about half way between the Washington and California borders.

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Old 07/07/09, 11:04 PM
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Doeling, Buckling and family Milker in Ms.

Have 1 doeling, 1 buckling available. They were born 6/24/09. Doeling is red roan with white ears and facial markings. Buckling is brown with white marking over right shoulder.



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Also have a 2 yr. old family milker available. Large doe, red with cream markings, excellent on milk stand, approx 8 lb daily. She is PB Nubian, ADGA registered. Pruittville bloodline.

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Old 07/08/09, 11:48 PM
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I want to find a home for our Nubian cross buckling, please. He is free to whomever wants him. He's not a problem goat at all, but we hadn't intended to keep him on, but had planned for freezer camp for him. Unfortunately, my daughter has fallen utterly in love with him, head over heels, and I don't want to put her through knowing we are personally eating him. I just never for a moment thought that they would become so attached to each other. I'm south of Greenville, SC, in Piedmont.
He's a lovely, well behaved boy, just not the breed buck we want to keep on here. PM me if interested, please.

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Old 07/09/09, 12:13 AM
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Looking for used equipment

New to dairy goats and I am looking for old/used equipment that you have upgraded from or don't use anymore. Just a hobby farm right now so I don't need anything to heavy duty.

Looking for:

Milking stand
Strainer
Disbudder
Any Milking Supplies

And anything else you think I might be interested in PM me if you have anything! Just trying to start and FFA project without getting to much in debt! lol

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Old 07/09/09, 10:23 PM
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I have a Nigerian Dwarf buckling/wether and a 14 month old wether. The buckling/wether will be ready for a new home by July 27th to August 10th at the latest. Please view this link for more info and pictures: http://lincroft.echoechoplus.com/goats_for_sale.html

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Old 07/10/09, 07:07 AM
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2 Nigerian dwarf bucklings for sale. One is tri-colored with blue eyes and polled. The other is black with tan points and lots of white splotches, blue eyes. I don't think this one is polled although sire is polled. Both are registerable with AGS, ADGA, and NDGA. More pics of the bucklings and their parents/bloodlines on my website. $250 each Also nigerian dwarf doe for sale. Red and white with blue eyes. She is over height so cannot be shown, although bred to a smaller buck her kids have been staying under height.

www.sunnydazefarm.com





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Old 07/10/09, 11:22 AM
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Proven Registered Purebred French Alpine Buck 4-sale



Buckshot is in excellent health and is coming to you from a disease free herd. He throws very nice kids and has excellent dairy lines. (ADGA registration ID A1427727) He is 2 years old and is well-mannered; he is not overly aggressive during rut.

Asking price is $200. We are looking for new bloodlines as we have used him for breeding the past two years and would consider a comparable trade.

We are located in northcentral PA, about 35 miles north of Williamsport and 5 miles east of Rt. 15. You may call me at 570 324 5884 for further information, or send me a private message.
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Old 07/10/09, 12:09 PM
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Alpine Grade does for sale

I need to reduce my numbers and have had to make the unfortunate decision of deciding who goes. So I am selling some of my starter does this summer.

We live about 30 min. north of Williamsport, PA. An added benefit of our goats is that they are very hardy due to the extremely frigid winters of our region. Contact phone number is 324-5884.

The first picture is Justine, born on our farm in 2007. She is 50% Alpine and 50% Oberhasli, and is on the small side. She comes from excellent milking lines and is a good producer. She is a quiet doe, very healthy,sweet, and well-mannered, and has nice kids. We cross-bred her to a boer buck both in '07 and '08. She kids easily and is an excellent mother. (One of her twins from this year is in the background). Asking $125.00



The next doe is Fiona, born June of 2006. She is 50% Nubian and 50% Oberhasli. This doe is extremely hardy and healthy. She always looks sleek and her coat is super shiny. She is also well-mannered. She has very nice kids and is a heavy producer, but from the onset of her first freshening she had issues with mastitis, so this year I let the one side dry up. Despite that fact, she is a hard one to let go of. Asking $85.00



This is Reese, a January 2009 doeling that was bottle raised and would make an excellent pet. She is very friendly and sweet. She is registerable as 75% grade Alpine. The tips of her ears suffered from our extremely cold winter, but she is in excellent health otherwise. Asking $100.00


The last two does for sale are Jasmine and Honeydew, two quality grade Alpine twins whom I purchased in 2006 from a man who had used them for raising boer-cross kids. They are extremely heavy producers and raise nice, very growthy kids. I believe they were born in 2004. I got several promising alpine and boer cross kids from them over the past three years. Asking $125. each


We also have a Registered purebred French Alpine buck for sale, listed above this post.

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Old 07/10/09, 01:32 PM
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Used Metal Milking Stand Wanted

If anyone has a used metal milking stand at a reasonable price, please pm me or email me at themuffinwoman@aol.com. I am willing to pay for shipping or come pick it up if you live near my area (west TN). I really want a metal one so it can be easily cleaned and not hold germs like wood, but the new ones are so darn expensive.

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Old 07/12/09, 10:45 AM
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I want to find a home for our Nubian cross buckling, please. He is free to whomever wants him. He's not a problem goat at all, but we hadn't intended to keep him on, but had planned for freezer camp for him. Unfortunately, my daughter has fallen utterly in love with him, head over heels, and I don't want to put her through knowing we are personally eating him. I just never for a moment thought that they would become so attached to each other. I'm south of Greenville, SC, in Piedmont.
He's a lovely, well behaved boy, just not the breed buck we want to keep on here. PM me if interested, please.
Decided to neuter and keep him for my daughter. Sorry for trouble.
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Old 07/13/09, 04:42 PM
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I have a Nigerian Dwarf buckling/wether and a 14 month old wether. The buckling/wether will be ready for a new home by July 27th to August 10th at the latest. Please view this link for more info and pictures: http://lincroft.echoechoplus.com/goats_for_sale.html
We have decided not to sell them...
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Old 07/13/09, 07:16 PM
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On the hunt for 1 female Pygora goat in TN or within 4 hours drive of Clarksville, TN.

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Old 07/14/09, 12:18 PM
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Herd reduction In midwest Nebraska

I am selling off some of my herd to help reduce feed costs. I have a pure bred toggenburg doe on her second freshening. Great on the stand really sweet broke for hand or machine milking. She comes with her papers so she can be registered $150.00. I have her doeling who can go with or separatelly, she is pure bred but no papers. Ready to wean $75.00. I also have a Nubian doe with papers asking $150.00 she is broke to hand or machine milk. Throws beautiful kids! Great milker! She can be sold with her buckling born 5-09. $200.00 for the pair. I will try to get pictures posted this afternoon. Thanks, Tori

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Old 07/14/09, 03:58 PM
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Drought, little water, no browse, selling my goats cheap NOW

$50.00 each if you get them between now and July 19th.

Central Texas near Lexington, Giddings, Elgin, Rockdale, Caldwell, Austin, Bryan


LaManchas 4 spring doelings, disbudded

LaMancha FF doe self-sucks, disbudded

LaBoer 2 dry does, 16 months old, ready to breed

MiniMancha 2 dry does 16 months old, ready to breed, horns, will not split up these two. Very cute pair.

MiniMancha buckling, ready to breed this fall, horns

My standard-sized LaManchas are from a gallon a day line and are recordable with ADGA.

MiniManchas a registrable with MDGA

The LaBoers are from a Boer dam and a LaMancha sire and I had hopes of breeding them to a Kiko, but alas, the drought.

PM or email me feralnaturefarm@yahoo.com

Will post pics as I can. Any extra fees needed for recording/registering will be paid by buyer. I will not hold any goats, first come first served, cash only please. Other goats here not listed might be up for sale. I reserve the right to refuse sale if I feel it is in the best interest of the goats or myself.
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Old 07/14/09, 04:37 PM
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Nigerian Doe and LaMancha Doe in SW Missouri!

I need to makes some room..so here we go

I have a ADGA reg. Feb. 09, Nigerian junior doe kid, that i am selling , she is a buckskin, and she has blue eyes...should be a beautiful little show doe...she is $250.

Last but not least, I have an ADGA senior LaMancha, Devonshire VX Azera, that i am selling she is a 3 year old and solid black, not in milk, Very sweet girl, I am asking $275. Pic of her here http://www.victorianhillfarms.com/La...eniordoes.html

Feel free to email or call....417-437-3194
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We are in SW Missouri

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Old 07/15/09, 02:10 PM
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Thumbs up ABGA Fullblood Boer Buck For Sale- Oklahoma

Sired by 'RDBG Integrity' the 2007 IBGA National Junior Grand Champion Buck, 'Shekinah's Jack Hammer' sure is a looker! Just turned a year old and he's huge. Long, wide, and level, not to mention a gorgeous head, this guy is sure to be an asset to your herd!! He is show quality, has been shown some and placed very well. He needs to be in the ring, as he's just getting nicer. He has a perfect bite and clean teats. Extremly easy to handle, very friendly and stands great for hoof trimming/bathing etc. Awesome pedigree as well, including RRD Ryals Topbrass *Ennobled*, JRA1 Agnew's Excaliber **Ennobled**, Eggspense Acount **Ennobled**, HILLTOP NITRO **ENNOBLED**, just to name a few. Call Bethany at 405-206-4898 or drop me an email lovemygoats@gmail.com



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Old 07/15/09, 03:36 PM
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We live near Athens, Georgia. Because of our limited space, we must sell some of our goats. They are friendly, disbudded, dairy stock. Three are ADGA registered Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. The other is sired by the Nigerian Dwarf buck listed below (Gator) and her dam is a LaMancha cross. I'm having trouble with the pictures, but will try to have that corrected soon. I think if you click on the links, you can see them. Prices are negotiable, so please PM me if interested.

http://www.geocities.com/browningfar...0602-Gator.jpg
Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goat
This is CH AGS Little Tot's Estate Navigator. We just call him Gator . He is registered with AGS and ADGA, from good milk production lines, and is the sire of the other three we have for sale. Asking $225

http://www.geocities.com/browningfar...602-Gracie.jpg
Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goat
This precious, little, blue-eyed doeling was born in January of this year. We've named her Gracie, but you could change that. Her dam is Doublegate PAL Americana (we call her Meri). Meri had been giving us a little over a quart of milk per day, and her mother gave even more. It's not uncommon for a good ND to give 2 quarts per day. With Gracie's bloodline, she would make someone a great little pet as well as providing fresh milk when she gets a little older. We're asking $250 with papers, or $200 without.

http://www.geocities.com/browningfar...602-Rascal.jpg
ADGA Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goat
We call this little fellow Rascal. He is Gracie's brother. Very sweet temperament and has the potential of making a fine herd sire or could make a nice pet if wethered. Asking $125 with papers, or $75 without.

http://www.geocities.com/browningfar...smellsgood.jpg
Nigerian Dwarf and LaMancha cross
We call this little doeling Heidi. Her sire is shown above (Gator), and her dam is a LaMancha cross. She is so friendly! This one, too, would make a great pet and good milker. This is an old picture, but I will post another one as soon as I can. She was born in January of this year, too.

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