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Nigerian Dwarf and Mini Myotonic Fainter Goats For Sale - $125 (Arlee)

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condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Nigerian Dwarf Myotonic’s Goats
model name / number: Dairy/meat/pets
size / dimensions: Mini

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My life is changing, and I am no longer able to care for all my beautiful goats by myself. We have does in milk, kids, wethers and bucks. Most are purebred.
I am looking to sell them all together or separate, as long as it is to good homes with good care for my goats. Prices will run anywhere from $75 to $125 each, depending on sex, and how many you choose to buy at once. Not all goats are represented in the pictures. And some may have already found new homes!! Feel free to set up a time to meet the goats!

I have two herds (tribes), Purebred Nigerian Dwarf and Mini Myotonic's, also known as Mini Fainters. Most of the adult Nigerian Dwarf's are duel (ADGA & AGS) registered with the exception of a few. My Myotonic buck is registered with MRG. Therefore, their kids through my non-registered Myotonic does can be registered. Yes, all my Myotonic's stiffen, freeze up, fall over etc. when surprised or scared. We have hard sensitive fainters.

The oldest goat turned 5 years old last April and the youngest kids were born between May 15 - June 5, 2024. I currently have 6 momma’s that just had kids in the past two weeks and two does to still kid out any day.
We currently have 12 kids under three weeks old.


Nigerian Dwarfs we have:


Wethers aged 3-4 years old. Lance, Larry and Maverick.

Wethers make some of the best pets as you don't have the hormones regularly changing like with the dams and bucks. They can be coupled with bucks, other wethers, does or kids so no one has to be alone, especially your bucks. No goat should be by themselves as they are herd animals, this includes your buck. Being alone in a paddock/pen can lead to boredom, naughtiness due to loneliness and depression. They are very fun, energetic, loving, relational- similar to dogs and very smart.


6 Bucks aged 2-5 years old and friendly. They love to go out and browse together. The bucks are not currently in rut so their o'd De Stink 'em cologne is pretty light.

Mini Myotonic Fainters:

Wethers, we currently have no Myotonic wethers but all the bucks can be wethered (banded/castrated), if you so choose.

3 Bucks ages 2-4 years old and friendly.

They love to go out and browse together. The bucks are not currently in rut so their o'd De Stink 'em cologne is pretty light. They are housed with my Nigerian Dwarf bucks, and they all get along great. They never try to escape, they don't climb fences or jump up on cars!

Most of my does who gave birth this year are still in milk and therefore can be milked by you! Nigerian Dwarves have a milk that is the richest at 6-10% butter milk fat. As long as you milk them into a very cold bucket their milk tastes a lot like cows milk. It makes great cheese. Myotomics can be milked once you start weaning the kids. They are a meat goat; therefore, they produce less but very good milk.

Myotonic's need a bit more care as they can fall off higher things if they faint, so be sure their home has a few safety checks if their playthings are higher than a wire spool. Also you need to protect them from predators a bit more because if chased they will faint, allowing the predator to capture and harm or kill them.

My herd is tested disease-free. They are tattooed. They all will be current on shots once the kids and bucks get their booster CD&T.

I can send additional pictures. Without registration papers will grant a lesser cost for the goats.

Please feel free to give me a call or shoot me a text. I will answer all questions to the best of my ability.

Call, four zero 6 three nine 6 5 zero five four.

May be able to help deliver. We are located close to Arlee, MT

post id: 7754316366

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