If you want to know what we've been doing these last few months, read the next post down. But suffice it to say that nothing on our farm has really had the time and attention it deserves. And since we're legally not permitted to feed our goat or cow's milk to any of our foster children (yes, no matter how we pasteurize it, we are still prohibited), we've decided that right this moment, we need fewer dairy animals. Which is really great for you - I have a number of really lovely does from our herd (and some wethers if you are looking for a pet or brush clearing, and a nice buck as well) that I would like to sell to people who are getting started with or expanding their Nigerian Dwarf goat herds. I will make a very good deal to people who offer good homes and want to get homegrown milk and as much pleasure as they have given us.
Email me at email@example.com if you are interested. We're in upstate NY, near Albany.
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At my family get togethers we usually had barbecued goat.