JCH Mountain Farm

Raising Nigerian Dwarf  Dairy Goats in North Central,  West Virginia  since 2008.

Site Updated: May 25,  2015

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Becky Walton

304-472-3780 or 304-516-1908


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Reply Beth Thornton
7:26 PM on January 21, 2020 

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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Reply Thomas Nibert
8:13 PM on September 11, 2019 
I'm trying to learn what I can before jumping. I would be interested in two females. How much would 2 cost? Is it possible to transport them in the back of a pickup. I live just outside Huntington WV. I have a small barn to keep them in. Thomas 304-522-1333
Reply Bretney
10:28 PM on July 22, 2019 
Interested in flashy blue eyed doelings
Reply Fawn
4:45 PM on May 27, 2019 
Hi, would you have any of the dwarf goats available?
Reply debbie
11:17 AM on February 9, 2019 
I am interested in possible obtaining goats but know very little about them. Have been reading some. I see that you have a Buckhannon phone number. I am from that area but now live near Parkersburg. I would be interested in visiting sometime if that is possible. Thank you.
Reply JamesJax
6:07 PM on February 3, 2018 
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Reply Chip Lilley
10:43 PM on December 28, 2016 
Hi - we are looking for a pair of Nigerian dwarf kids for our small farm in the south hills of pittsburgh. We are looking for 1 doeling and 1 whether. Let me know if you have some available. Thanks!
Reply Amanda
1:52 PM on July 5, 2016 
Do you have any blue eyed females available?
Reply Shannon Aubill
6:02 PM on April 13, 2016 


We're interested in miniature goats. We are total amateurs and need to know about their care. Thank you for information on pricing and care.



Reply Crystal
11:32 PM on March 30, 2016 

Hi there!  My husband and I will soon be moving onto an acre of land so I'm looking into homesteading, I've always wanted dairy goats and it sounds like the Nigerian Dwarfs would be perfect for us.  We're also in north central WV (Morgantown) and would love to arrange a visit to meet all your kiddos in person  :)

Reply Paula Wiss
4:28 PM on February 20, 2016 

Hi!  I just found your site and am interested in the Nigerian Dwarf goats.  Are the wether's that you have for sale Nigerian Dwarfs?  I couldn't find any pictures of them.  Would it be possible to get a picture of the ones available?   We are practically neighbors, I live in Walkersville.  

Thank you for your help.

Paula Wiss

Reply billie athanas
5:12 PM on January 30, 2016 

hello, I am looking to buy two baby does this spring.  do you have any due around that time?  I would like a small breed, such as a pygmy.

thanks! billie 

Reply Heather
9:57 PM on October 15, 2015 
Hello, I am interested in possibly purchasing a doe or buck from you, prefer young. I just relocated here from reno Nevada. My friend bred and raised Nigerian dwarf goats there and I have always wanted to learn and follow suit. I currently have two that are unregistered right now. Thank you! Heather
Reply Shanna Nagy
4:00 PM on October 11, 2015 
I am interested in buying a doe.
Reply SueAnn
12:32 PM on September 24, 2015 
I'm looking for a pair of nd mostly as pets.. I already own four dairy goats . I want these little ones for my grandchild and I'll be keeping them down closer to house and play with them n yard. I would like a pair and I'd like to breed them as well. I love the gray one and tricolor ..love the loud unusual colors but mainly concerned with health.
Reply Julia Radabaugh
2:59 PM on August 21, 2015 

I wanted to see if you had or were expecting any Nigerian Dwarf goats? looking for a few does thanks for your time. I am near Ripley WV but from Morgantown WV and I think your are pretty close to us. Julia Radabaugh

Reply Joe and Diane Borg
8:44 AM on May 31, 2015 

We would like 2 wethers, I believe.  We have 65 acre farm and would like 2 as pets.  Would love to know what kind of shelter they will need.  We like in Clay County, West Virginia.  304-286-2793

Reply Michaeline and Frank Heffernan
8:49 AM on May 14, 2015 
Hi. We live in Monterville, WV. We're interested in getting 2 wethered Nigerian Dwarf goats to keep as pets. Please let us know if you can help us out. All the best Our phone (304) 339-2400
Reply Regina
10:41 AM on April 8, 2015 
Interested in pair of goats, pet quality - not for breeding to have on 30 acre farm. Thank you.
Reply Annette Webb
7:19 AM on November 4, 2014 
Interested in reserving a buck and doe from your 2015 kidding. ..
Reply Larry Bailey
12:00 PM on May 3, 2014 

I have never owned goats, but I am interested in a doe and Buck from different litters. I would appreciate all the information you have

Reply Vanessa Smith
10:50 PM on January 23, 2014 

May be interested in 2014 babies

Reply Allison
1:28 PM on January 6, 2014 

I tried to send an email but it was sent back to me. I'm interested in speaking with you about your 2014 kids.  Please email me at your earliest convenience. Thank you. 

Reply Jessica
11:30 AM on August 23, 2013 

I emailed you but the email was sent back to me. I'd like to talk with you about 2014 goats. Can you email me? Thanks.

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