I grew up with Oberhasli dairy goats and have always liked goats. We decided to start with Nigerian Dwarf goats in 2016. In 2018 we added our first Mini Nubian and fell in love! Their smaller size makes them easy to handle and perfect for family pets and provide plenty of milk to feed a family. Their small size also means the eat less and require less space. Perfect for any hobby farm or someone interested in providing their own milk supply. They are slightly larger then Nigerians which makes them not so easy to get out of a fence and they produce a little more milk.
Mini Nubian milk tastes so good! Its sweet and doesn't have a goatie taste. Mini Nubians produce on average between a 1/2 gallon to over 1 gallon per day. Its also great for making cheese and goat milk soap.
Sunshine Meadows Star Spangled Camo
MDGA Registered, Generation 6, Purebred DOB: 5/3/19 Horn: disbudded Ears: Pendulous Sire: Bit O Bliss Sir Lancelot Dam: Green Gables MB Suzanna
Dam's FF udder
Rosie's Critters Luna
This is our newest addition to our small herd. Luna has great breed character, lots of milk and a great top-line. We can't wait to see what she produces for us in the future.
TMGR Registered: DN000302010188 Generation: 2 DOB: 04/14/2017 Ears: Drop Horns: Disbudded % Nigerian: 46.33 % Nubian: 53.67 Beth is a blue eyed beauty. She kidded her first kid 2019. Producing 1 gallon a day! Bred to Green Gables Medllion, Due 4/23/22