JCH Mountain Farm
Raising Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats and Poultry, in North Central, West Virginia since 2008.
Site Updated: May 25, 2015
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My family is going to start researching pygmy/nigerian goats and would like to come visit your farm. I would love to deal with a West Virginian rather than go out of state. I thank you in advance!
I am just starting my education and search for two little goats to live on our small WV farm. My husband and I are retired, last year we sold our big house in town and moved outside of the small town of Williamstown, along the Ohio River. We are loving our new life. My first project this year was to buy chicks. I bought a lovely Amish made Coop and had an enclosed 8x10 covered run built for them. My 4 girls are coddled and spoiled, as much pets as poultry.
As with the hens, I am looking for pets more than farm animals. I have questions about what would work best for me. I raised and showed French Bulldogs for about 20 years, showing as far away as California. My dogs are 14, 12 and 7 ... also very spoiled. I love all animals.
I have questions about what would be the best sex for me, I have NO interest in breeding these would just be spoiled pets. I first thought does but understand they come in heat continually and thought that couldn't be good. I know the boys can be castrated (Wethers) and considered this as a good choice. Wasn't sure about the horns tho. I have a lot of questions as you can see but I like to research so I don't make a mistake.
I hope to hear back from you.
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