Saanen Goat - I recently switched from nigerian dwarf to the Saanen. I am so glad I did! They are much taller but so much easier to manage and just super sweet and loving. Add to that they kid easily on thier own and can produce a gallon a day in addition to nursing their kids. I adore my Saneens! 


Background : The Saanen is one of the productive dairy breeds that originate from Switzerland. This all-white goat is one of the top milk-producing goats and takes to most environments well. Hence the reason it is one of the most common dairy goats in America.

Lily with her doe Rosie


The Nigerian Dwarf is a Miniature Dairy Goat


A healthy Nigerian Dwarf Dairy doe can produce a surprising amount of sweet milk for her small size - up to two quarts per day or more. In addition, Nigerian goat milk is higher in butterfat (6-10%) and higher in protein than milk from most dairy goat breeds. Many Nigerian goat owners raise their goats for milk production but others raise them for the pleasure and companionship these little caprines bring to their lives.



Kids -  Registered $300 /  Without Papers $100