Kidding Date is Closing In: Goat Kids for Sale Soon



Goat Kids for Sae

If you are interested in owning and raising Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats, and you are in Southern California, we will have some available next month. Our Still Waters Ranch Willow is almost ready to pop!

Willow’s babies are due mid April, and will be dam-raised, so they won’t be weaned and available until around July, unless Willow has more than she can handle, or she does not accept the responsibility of caring for them. The price I am asking for a doe is $250, a buck is $175, and a wether is $100, and they will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. The kids will be able to be registered with ADGA, as both her parents are (more parentage information here.)

The way I’ll be working it is that once the kids are born, I can let interested parties know that it’s time to come out and see the babies. If you like any of them, you can put a partial non-refundable deposit of $100 to hold the kid for you. You would be able to come out and see your baby any time between birth and weaning upon appointment.

I mentioned before that the deposit in non-refundable, but that’s under the condition that the goat is healthy at the time of adoption. Obviously, if he/she is not, we wouldn’t keep your cash, and you wouldn’t be locked into any deal with SFF. If you are interested in coming out to see the babies once they are born, stay tuned (or subscribe) to my blog and watch for the “kids are here” post, or message me and I can call you when they have arrived.

Please feel free to ask questions through our contact form and we will get back to you within a day or two. Thanks for your interest!



 
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Kristi Stone

Kristi Stone

Honestly? I'm the author of this blog...sometimes. My family and I live in Sunny Southern California on a one acre hobby farm where we are working diligently to one day produce our dairy, eggs, and produce. That takes A LOT of work, so if you don't hear from me as soon as you'd like, give me a shout out in the comments and I'll chat back as soon as I can between the garden, goat kids, chickens, husband, human kids, and playing with my grandboy, Kieran. And in the mean time, if you'd like to see more frequently what goes on at our farm, please feel free to join my Facebook group (see the right column) where I am more active. I'd love to get to know you! šŸ™‚
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