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Roger, We like the fainting goats because they are easier to manage. They don't jump on top of things and are very mild mannered. We live near Florence, Kansas and have some females to sell. We are planning to cut down the size of our herd. We currently have 30 does. Twenty of those does are full bred pygmy fainters and the other 10 are pygmy fainter Nubian crosses. I have milked several of the goats each year and we enjoy the milk. This is the first year we don't have kids running around. The drought made it rough and we had to buy hay. We enjoy the goats and they all have names and have definite personalities.
Hey All, My wife and I live on 5 acres, we have 5 Nigerian Dwarf goats, 14 Boers and crosses and about 20 babies, we have only been raising goats for about three years. We really enjoy them for the most part. Also have about 40 chickens.
Hi, my husband and I have 27.5 acres and we raise pygmy fainter goats and have had them for about 10 years. Anyone else with goats?
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