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Nigerian Dwarf goats are a dual purpose goat for both meat and dairy. They make great pets and are affectionate and kind. ROCKIN JM has some very colorful goats and our buck, Snickers, carries genes for beautifully kids. He is blue eyed with and his coat pattern is a dominant spotted pattern. This means all of his babies should be spotted.

All of our does, Cookie, Oreo, Sugar, and Toffee will have spotted babies when bred to Snickers. Even our black goat, Oreo will have spotted babies due to her recessive black genetics. This translates to beautiful kids! If you are interested in purchasing a Nigerian Dwarf kid, contact us for more information. We have babies due late fall of 2021.


It’s mid October and we are getting ready fo 6-10 baby goats! 

We are currently taking deposits on fall kids. We expect all babies to be spotted with the possibility of all babies having blue eyes. Contact us on how you can reserve the kid you are hoping for!  806-676-1644

We are expecting 6-10 kids this fall and are anxiously awaiting our special deliveries. If you are interested one of our babies, we encourage you to reserve your kid with a $100 deposit. Our babies are normally sold before they take their first breath so don’t 

wait to make your request known.  We sell all bucklings as wethers so that they will be awesome fun family pets.  Contact us about how to reserve you new kid!  We will have some GOAT DAYS ARE GREAT DAYS sessions with all the goats this fall.

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Please give us your information! We have Nigerian Dwarf kids due in late fall. We will be taking deposits for kids beginning in October.  We sell all male goats as wethers unless prior arrangement is made. We are expecting 6-10 kids.  

Our kids are weaned at 12 weeks and ready for their new homes. You will need to have adequate shelter and fencing in place before we will release your new family member to you. We recommend a heating source during colder months.