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The Nigerian Dwarf is a miniature goat of West African Origin. The male’s height ranges from 19 to 23.5 inches and the females 17 to 22.5 inches. Dwarf goats come in many colors. Main color families are black, chocolate and gold. Random white markings are common, as are spots and other color combinations such as red, white, gold and black.
New born kids average about 2 lbs at birth but grow quickly. They reach sexual maturity at a young age, some have been known to breed and be fertile as young as 7 weeks of age. Even though they are small, the Nigerian Dwarf does give a surprising quantity of milk. Their production ranges from 1 to 8 pounds of milk per day.
Nigerian Dwarf Goats For Sale In Wyoming
|Cowboy Logic's Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats||Thermopolis||WY|||
|Cowboy Country Nigerian Dwarf||Worland||WY||(307) 347-3033|||
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