I am slowing selling down my unregistered nigerian goat doe's- These are the next two ready to find a new home-
The first is Bonnie- she was bottle raised, and is Extremely friendly. Three years old, light buckskin and white with brown eyes.
She is very dog like, and wants to be where you are all the time.
She does have horns, but doesn't use them to be nasty to people. She is the dominate doe in my herd, and will do her darndest to tell everyone else that she is in the herd. This is my problem with her, as most of my registered stock is smaller then her, and she picks on them too much.
She has had two sets of Beautiful kids for me, and she will only be available after she kids as I am hoping for a replacement doeling that isn't so bossy. (She's due any day now)
Asking $100, obo- I am also happy to hold her her and breed her back to my awesome little buck- So far he's thrown 100% blue eyes out of three brown eyed does.
Transport is available up to the NY region, as my best friend heads up there all the time and could easily get her up there.
Bonnie wanting to come Out of her stall and come say hi-
Her two doelings from last year-
The second is Mamacita- she is an extra tiny 2 year old doe, dark buckskin and white with brown eyes and small horns.
One of the finest boned goats I have ever seen. I bought her due to her size and delicate stature- but haven't been able to get her to settle down. She came here truly terrified of people, and hasn't given that up. She is always worried about your movements and touching her. Is a nightmare to catch and when you do her feet/shots acts like you are skinning her. She is beautiful, but my mother can't handle her when I am not there, and I am terrified of her having to kid her out while I am in school. I have exposed her to the buck to be due in late April/ early May, but would like her to be in her new home by then. Had two Beautiful doelings when I bought her, both with blue eyes. I kept the 'plainer' one as she was just two cute and friendly! Asking $125 obo.
Yes, I am an asshat. That Is totally baling twine tied to her collar. I needed something quick that I could leave on her collar without being worried about hurting her.
Mama's spotted doeling from last year-
Edited to throw the website up-