Teacup Baby Pygmy Goats for Sale?

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How much are mini pygmy goats?

Expect to pay $500 for a registered, purebred miniature goat. Registered dairy goats from champion bloodlines can cost $250 for kids and $500-1000 for breeding-age does.

How big do teacup pygmy goats get?

The Pygmy Goat is quite similar to the Nigerian Goat, but this breed is also unique in its own way too. This breed is a little bigger in size than the Nigerian Goat. In fact, they’ll usually grow to a size of 16 to 23 inches. That’s about the average size of a medium sized dog.

What is the smallest breed of pygmy goat?

The smallest goat breed honors actually belong to two different varieties of goat – the Kinder and the Pygora. Both of these miniature goat breeds were developed from cross-breeding specific established breeds to create a small stature goat that also excelled in producing meat, dairy, or fiber.

If we are Shipping by air, because of Covid Only American is flying goats right now and they are quite expensive up to $500 for one kennel with two goats, they do fly to most major cities. If we go by Air, I will make the reservations

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This is Roxie, original owner of 2CrazyGoatLadies. I have gone SOLO!!! I have found I can only guarantee what is under MY watch. I raise Pygmy/Nigerian Dwarf goats in Hamilton, Texas. I started with a pet goat in the house, with a diaper on. Goats are like potato chips. You cant just have one. I love to help people get addicted to the fun of raising Texas Pygmy and Nigerian Dwarf goats, just like I did. I have had so many wonderfully happy moments with my Pygmy and Nigerian Dwarf goats. I have a goat closet. This means I have a closet full of every trick of the trade for helping a goat in time of need. Not only that, I have a climate controlled barn for my herd. Nobody getting too hot or cold at my place!

I have chosen to organically worm my herd, and this process is time consuming as well as costly, but SO worth it!! Since goats can breed early, my vet recommends fixing billys no sooner than 3 months, and says it is risky to wait much longer if you have females around.

Email me at Roxie2CrazyGoatLadies@gmail.com , visit me on Facebook at Roxie the Crazy Goat Lady, or pick up the phone and call me. Length of wait list hard to predict due to what you want, what the demand is and unpredictability of what my mama’s will have. Want to come visit the ranch, play with baby goats, take pictures, ask questions, etc., Sunday, January 9th, 11am.