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meet our herd

We offer purebred Nigerian Dwarf bucklings and doelings (aka kids) based on availability. Our herd of Nigerian Dwarf goats is ADGA-registered for a clear record of genetic purity through both parental lines. 

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

doe

Dolly

Dolly was born September 11, 2022. She was disbudded at birth. Dolly has blue eyes, and she is buckskin with silver and white markings. 

this seasons kids

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Buckling - SOLD

Horned, Blue Eyes.

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Doeling - $300

Horned, Brown Eyes.

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Nigerian Dwarf Goat

buck

Cash

Cash was born August 6, 2022. He is horned with white with black markings on his neck and legs.

doe

June

June was born on August 10, 2018. June was disbudded at birth and is gold with white markings.

this seasons kids

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Buckling - SOLD

Horned, Brown Eyes.

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Doeling- SOLD

Horned, Brown Eyes

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Doeling - SOLD

Horned, Blue Eyes.

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

buck

Cash

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

doe

Loretta

Loretta was born on February 4, 2021. She was disbudded at birth. Loretta has blue eyes and is white with brown markings. 

this seasons kids

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Buckling - SOLD

Horned, blue eyes

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Nigerian Dwarf Goat

buck

Cash

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

doe

Patsy

Patsy was born on July 16, 2019. She was disbudded at birth. Patsy is buckskin with white markings and white on her poll.

this seasons kids

Barney

Buckling - SOLD

Horned, Brown Eyes.

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Doeling - SOLD

Horned, Brown Eyes.

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Doeling - SOLD

Horned, Brown Eyes.

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

buck

Cash

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

doe

Reba

Reba was born on August 23, 2022. She was disbudded at birth. Reba has blue eyes and is black and gold with white spots. 

this seasons kids

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

Doeling - SOLD

Horned, Blue Eyes.

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Nigerian Dwarf Goat

buck

Cash

Nigerian Dwarf Goat

doe

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why choose nigerian dwarf goats?

Discover the unique charm of Nigerian Dwarf goats. These small yet robust creatures are renowned for their compact size, friendly disposition, premium quality milk, and adaptability. Despite their small stature, Nigerian Dwarf Goats offer a plethora of advantages, making them the perfect choice for both rural and urban environments. They excel as milk producers, a feature that has endeared them to homesteaders, hobby farmers, and those striving for self-sufficiency.

 

At a & e farm, we are dedicated to breeding and raising the highest-caliber Nigerian Dwarf goats. Our goats are meticulously chosen for their exceptional genetics, temperament, and overall health. We prioritize the welfare of our goats, ensuring they receive the finest care, nutrition, and living conditions. Consequently, our Nigerian Dwarf goats are healthy, vibrant, and well-socialized.

 

Whether you're in search of a family-friendly pet, a dependable milk producer, or a valuable addition to your breeding program, we have the perfect Nigerian Dwarf goat to meet your unique requirements.

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faq

  • What do Nigerian Dwarf Goats Eat?
    Nigerian Dwarf Goats have a diet consisting of hay, grains, and fresh vegetation. A well-balanced diet is essential to maintain their health and ensure optimal growth and productivity.
  • What is the gestation period for Nigerian Dwarf Goats
    Nigerian Dwarf Goats have a relatively short pregnancy with a gestation period of around 145 to 155 days.
  • How big do Nigerian Dwarf Goats Get?
    Nigerian Dwarf Goats are small in stature reaching an average of 24–30 in long, 16–20 in tall, and weigh 40–60 lbs. Males are typically larger and can stand up to 23 in tall. Some Nigerian dwarf goats can reach 3 ft tall and weigh up to 75 lbs.
  • How long do Nigerian Dwarf Goats live for?
    With proper care, Nigerian Dwarf Goats can live a long and healthy life, with an average lifespan of 12 to 14 years
  • What colors do Nigerian Dwarf Goats come in?
    Nigerian Dwarf Goats come in various coat colors and patterns. Colors range from solid black, brown, and white to beautiful patterns like roan, moonspots, and pinto. They also have beautiful, expressive eyes!
  • How much milk does a Nigerian Dwarf Goat produce?
    Nigerian dwarf goats can produce up to two quarts of milk per day, or around 3–4 pounds, on average. However, goats produce milk in stages, starting low and gradually increasing over 6–8 weeks, then plateauing and gradually decreasing again. At their peak, some excellent milkers can produce about 3 quarts a day. Despite their small size, Nigerian Dwarf Goats are known as excellent milk producers providing milk with a high butterfat content perfect for cheese production.
  • Are Nigerian Dwarf Goats good around children?
    These lovable little goats are excellent companions for children. With their small size and friendly nature, Nigerian Dwarf Goats make wonderful pets for children while teaching them responsibility and providing endless hours of fun.
  • What is the personality and temperament of Nigerian Dwarf Goats?
    They . Despite their feisty and playful nature, Nigerian Dwarf Goats have a gentle and calm temperament and overall overall gentle demeanor, which makes handling them a breeze.
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people are talking about a & e farms

Nigerian Goat Buckling

"This is our buck, Barney! He is a goofy yet lovable fuzz ball! He is a purebred Nigerian Dwarf. We were richly blessed to work with A&E Farms. They blessed us with a quality goat and a wealth of knowledge of how to care for him. Ashley will take the time to educate and guide you through proper goat care. She is also always available to answer any questions you may have. Ashley and Matthew made the goat-buying process painless and stress-free! Thank you, A&E Farms, for helping us to make our “farm family” complete!"

Martin M.

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