OUR BUCKS

Courtsey of the NIgerian Dairy Goat Association

Origin of the Nigerian Dairy Goat

The Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goat is a miniature dairy goat of West African origin that were originally called Pygmy's or possibly the West African Dwarf goats. These little goats were primarily used as food and were brought over on the ships, many years ago, as a meat source for the large cats that were being delivered to zoo's. Some of these small goats made the trip unharmed and were left at the zoo's as an added attraction. Some ended up at Glady's Porter Zoo in Brownsville Texas. After a few years there were some distinct differences developing within the herd. Some stayed stocky much like the meat goats they were used for and others were developing more dairy characteristics. The goats showing the most dairy character were used by a handful of dedicated breeders to develop a new breed, the Nigerian Dwarf.   

The dairy characteristics of the Nigerian has become more defined over the last 20+ years as well as focusing more on higher milk production. 

The Nigerian has also been enjoying a rise in popularity due to their small size, colorful markings, dairy characteristics and their wonderful easy temperament. Their small stature means they do not require as much space or feed as their larger dairy goat counterparts. Their gentle nature and friendly personalities make them good companion pets and 4 H project animals for the younger children. 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has also approved the Nigerian Dwarf Goat as a livestock dairy goat, which makes them eligible for youth 4H and FFA projects. 
The milk they produce is also higher in butterfat and has a sweeter taste.

The Nigerian Goat Temperament
Nigerian goats are gentle, loveable and playful. Their calm, even temperament and engaging personalities make them suitable companions for all, including children, the disabled and the elderly. Even breeding bucks are handled easily. They make wonderful pets and great animal projects for young children in 4H or FFA. Owners often find their Nigerian goats blend in with other farm animals and do not need special quarters; they do require adequate fencing that will be able to contain them due to their small size. Many Nigerian goats share pastures peacefully with other livestock such as cattle, horses, llamas and donkeys.

River

Color: Chamoise with Some White

Eyes: Brown

Reg Name: Zanzabeez River On The Rocks +B

Reg#: ADGA  D1851392  *DNA*

DOB: 03/17/2017

 

Bloodlines:

       GrSire: Dill's BJ Player+*B

Sire: Dill's PL Patron *B

       GrDam: GCH Dill's TS Tequila Sunrise 4*M VEEE 90

        GrSire: Zanzabeez BCR Burnt To A Crisp +B

Dam: Zanzabees BC At The River's End

        GrDam: Irish Whisper IM River Dance 

Presley

Polled

Color: Black with Roaning, Some White, Moonspot

Eyes: Brown

Reg Name: Buffalo Clover MC Presley 

Reg#: ADGA D2111485P  *DNA*

DOB: 3-23-20

POLLED

Bloodlines:

       GrSire: SGCH Little Tot's Estate Thalictrum +*B

Sire: CH Buffalo Clover Monte Carlo   EEE91

       GrDam: SG Five Alarm Sophia Loren  +VVV85

        GrSire: GCH Buffalo Clover Valentino ++B

Dam: CH Buffalo Clover Mojave  VEEE 89

        GrDam: Buffalo Clover Kalahari

Calvary *B

Color: Gold with little white, moonspots

Eyes: Brown

Reg Name: Sinai Thunder O Calvary *B 

Reg#: ADGA D1956701   *DNA*    

AGS: D93855 

DOB: 3-31-18

 

Bloodlines:

       GrSire: Cedar View Josephus +*B  +EV85

Sire: SG Cedar View Olivero +*B  VEV88

       GrDam: SGCH Cedar View Isabella 4*M  EEEE91

        GrSire: SG Rosasharn MR General +*B  VVE89

Dam: Helmstead Minis GB Melee  1*M  VEEE90

        GrDam: Olson Acres Princess Wolfgang  +EE+85

Bisbee *B

Color: Coffee Buckskin, Heavy Moonspots

Eyes: Brown

Reg Name: DuckDawg Creek Bisbee

Reg#: ADGA  D2145930  *DNA*

DOB: 12-30-20

 

Bloodlines:

       GrSire: SG Cedar View Olivero *B

Sire: Sinai Thunder O Black Storm *B

       GrDam: Sinai Thunder Evening Primrose 2*M

        GrSire: SG PromisedLand RC Bonafide ++*B

Dam: SG Dill's BF Free 5*M

        GrDam: SGCH Dill's XM Keena 4*M

Percy

Color: Silver Chamoise

Eyes: Brown

Reg Name: Flat Rock's Sir Perceval

Reg#: ADGA D1954527P   *DNA*    

AGS: D-93873H 

DOB: 4-4-18  POLLED

 

Bloodlines:

       GrSire: Irish Whisper Harry Potter +B

Sire: Flat Rock's Expecto Patronum +B

       GrDam: Flat Rock's Mythril Silver

        GrSire: Flat Rock's Fox Fire ++B

Dam: Flat Rock's Carmen SanDiego

        GrDam: Flat Rock's Double Jeopardy

Polled

Willy

Color: Light Gold, Moonspots

Eyes: Brown

Reg Name: Sweet DD M Gianduja

Reg#: ADGA  D2121404  *DNA*

DOB: 4-4-20

 

Bloodlines:

       GrSire: SG Old Mountain Farm Nightshade +B

Sire: Sugar Moon N Moon Over Munson *B

       GrDam: SG Sugar Moon O Summer-Fall 2*M

        GrSire: SG Sugar Moon Viva Las Vegas +*B

Dam: Sugar Moon V Praline

        GrDam: SG Sugar Moon Nut-Ella 3*M

Ice  *B

Color: White Chocolate Buckskin

Eyes: Blue

Reg Name: Stayawhile GP Blue Ice Dragon *B

Reg#: ADGA  D2104633  *DNA*

DOB: 4-22-20

 

Bloodlines:

       GrSire: Stayawhile FIN Dash Cam Pro *B

Sire: Stayawhile DPC GoPro Or GoHome *B

       GrDam: SG Minterbay HK Hope Solo 4*M

        GrSire: Urban Acres MS Man In The Moon +*B

Dam: SG MilkNKids MM Thin Ice Blues 1*M

        GrDam: SG Goat ER Done PAL Vanilla Bean 

Monte

Color: Cou Clair, Moonspots

Eyes: Brown

Reg Name: Sweet DD M Three Card Monte

Reg#: ADGA  D2136155  *DNA*

DOB: 5-21-20

 

Bloodlines:

       GrSire: SG Old Mountain Farm Nightshade +B

Sire: Sugar Moon N Moon Over Munson *B

       GrDam: SG Sugar Moon O Summer-Fall 2*M

        GrSire: SG Old Mountain Farm Nightshade +B

Dam: Sugar Moon N She-Nanny-Gans

        GrDam: SG Promisedland S Riddle 3*M

THESE LITTLE GOATS...

Will Steal Your Heart !

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