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For Sale or Trade- Sweet Nigerian Dwarf Goat Family! - $525 (Eugene)

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We are looking for a loving home for this sweet goat family. Mama Solstice, and her daughters Smidge & Mitzy.

They are Nigerian Dwarf Goats. (Our very favorite kind of goat.) Solstice is light brown with blue eyes, we refer to Smidge's coloring as "white and carrots", and Mitzy is dark brown with some white spots. All three love attention and treats.

The three of them are great at eating up blackberries and clearing brush- if you have blackberries overtaking your property, these are the goats for you! They also love apple branches, comfrey, celery, carrots, and cooked winter squash. (Yes, we cook winter squash for our goats. They LOVE it.)

It's important to us that Solstice, Smidge, and Mitzy are kept together. They are so bonded, and belong as one. With these three, you would have an instant goat herd. Goats need companions, and three is a great number!

Solstice has been picked on a lot by her half-sister and we don't like seeing her under constant stress. Her daughters are getting picked on too. As much as we would love to keep them all, it's time for Solstice and her daughters to go to a new home where they can thrive. We are going to miss them all so much, but are glad for them to go to a good home where they are well loved and cared for.

Other info- they come from a CL, CAE, and Johne's free herd. They also come from good milking lines. Smidge and Mitzy were born in March 2023. (Some of the pictures shown are when they were first born, they have grown a lot since then.)

We are open to trades or part trades because the most important thing to us is finding a good home for these girls. It's time- these girls are ready to bring joy to their new human family!

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