Nigerian Dwarf Wether - YOGI is home...PICS on pg 3

ThreeBoysChicks

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So all this talk about Nigerian Dwarf goats..... I found a lady about 20 minutes from my house who has this little wether for sale. The picture is of him at 1 week old. He is now 3 months old (going to see him on Sunday). What do you think?

MissPrissy and Helmstead - Since I am not allowed to drive to Georgia to get a baby, I have been searching and found this little guy.



 
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ThreeBoysChicks

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Oh I get it. I am a little slow. My wife will make sure that I stop. Like i said, I have two already. Then Kate (helmstead) keeps posting those adorable babies of hers and I was threatening to drive to Georgia to get one from her. My wife is caving on this one. So I will have to stop at 3.............. for now. I thought about getting a doe, but around here they are $300 and up and if I had a doe, then I would want to have babies and then keep all of the babies, and then my goat population would get way out of hand.
 

ThreeBoysChicks

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Another question, the lady said that he can be registered if I want. But is there really any reason to register a wether? He can not do any breeding.
 

Sugar Sand Farm

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Hes adorable We have two nigerian dwarf wethers that could have been registered but why bother. Three hundred for a doe I wish i was up your way. We are downsizing our herd and are having trouble getting 75.00.And they are pure bred pygmies.
 

ThreeBoysChicks

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I was talking with one farm and their Pet Quality Doe's are $300. All others start at $400 and if bred, add another $75 to $100. They have bucks that range from $400 - $1000.

I just want a little one to have running around.
 

key west chick

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He is adorable! I have 5 nigis, 3 does and 2 wethers. And your right about does being expensive. I paid about 400 a piece for mine 3 years ago. I didn't register my wethers either.
 

PotterWatch

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I am paying $450 for the pair of bred mini-mancha does I am getting. I wonder about registering as well. Mine will be registered when we get them, but I wonder about their kids that we are going to try and sell. Don't know if I need to think about registering them or not.
 

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