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Although they have similar origins, Nigerian Dwarfs and African Pygmies are separate and distinct breeds, with recognized differences.
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About the Breed
Dwarf goats are registered in 5 registries: four in the United States (NDGA, AGS, IDGR & ADGA) and one in Canada (CGS). Dwarf shows are growing in popularity and are becoming more readily available all over the country. Shows are fun, educational, and a great way to meet other breeders and owners. They are a place to sell your goats or obtain superior stock for breeding. Shows or event information can be obtained through registries, local goat clubs, and organizations, including NDGA.
Pygmies are also primarily “agouti” patterned, with black, silver, and caramel being the most common colors.
WHO WE ARE
OAK LIVESTOCK FARM
Oak Livestock Farm is a business that specializes on pygmy and nigerian dwarf goats for sale. We have proudly provided U.S homes with cute and healthy dwarf goats of love for years. As you browse through our website, you will be able to find and even buy a dwarf goat of your choice.
What Customers are Saying
They made me confident about our purchase and ensured that we will get a beautiful healthy goat. They were available to answer questions from day 1 and even days after our goat was delivered. They took care of everything! The hardest part was waiting for our goat to arrive.
Our experience with Oak Livestock Farmwas great. Our 7 year old boy’s dream is fulfilled and he has his little cute goat!
We have been looking for a Oak Livestock Farm for a long time from a reputable breeder in a reasonable time frame. Oak Livestock Farm found us a great goat from an out of state breeder and we had her delivered to our doorstep. The service was excellent and we are very pleased with the beautiful healthy goat we purchased.
More About This Breed
The Nigerian Dwarf goat is a miniature goat of West African origin. Nigerian Dwarf goats are enjoying a rise in popularity due to their small size and colorful markings. Their small stature means they do not require as much space as larger dairy goat breeds, and their gentle and friendly personalities make them good companion pets. They are easy to handle; even small children can be at ease with these little goats. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has also approved the Nigerian Dwarf goat as a livestock dairy goat, which makes them eligible for youth 4H and FFA projects.
Nigerian Dwarf goats are easy to handle; even small children can be at ease with these little goats. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has also approved the Nigerian Dwarf goat as a livestock dairy goat, which makes them eligible for youth 4H and FFA projects.
Color is one of the factors that makes breeding Dwarfs so popular. You can never be sure what color the babies will be until they are born; even then you can’t be sure because many times their color may change. The main color families are black, chocolate, and gold with virtually every color combination imaginable being produced. Dwarfs can be dalmatian-spotted, pinto-patterned, tri-colored, or just classy shades of solid jet black, white, chocolate, or gold. Buckskin patterns are also popular, described by contrasting facial stripes, a “cape” around the shoulders with a coordinating dorsal stripe, and leg markings. Brown eyes are the most common; however, dwarfs with China blue eyes are becoming increasingly popular and available.
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