Capra Creek Mini Farm
Member of National Pygmy Goat Association, Dairy Goat Association and American Goat Association.

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Capra Creek Mini Farm was started in 2009. We are located on 11 acres outside Warrensburg, MO. We raise Registed Pygmy Goats, Registered Nigerian Dwarfs, and unregistered pygmies. We breed and raise New Zealand and California Rabbits for pets and meat production and AKC registered Doberman Pinschers.

Pictures on this page are of our Registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats. They excel at milk production and are gentle, fun and easy to live with. Their kids will entertain you with their antics. There is nothing as cute as a dwarf goat!

Nigerian's can be solid in color with a dorsal stripe and dark stripes on the fact or they can dazzel you with their spectacular color markings and blue eyes.

Nigerian Dwarfs were approved as a livestock dairy goat by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, therefore making them eligible for youth 4H and FFA projects. The milk they produce is higher in butterfat giving it a sweeter taste.

If you are interested in milk production then the Nigerian Dwarf is the right choice. They are known to have some of the best tasting milk due to a higher butter fat. It does not have the proteins that can cause allergies like cows milk, it digest quickly, is good for anyone who is lactose intolerant.

They have a longer, thinner neck and smaller head than the pygmies and longer legs and can weigh up to 75 lbs. They can be little escape artist so it is good to have things for them to jump up on and climb on to help keep them entertained. Pygmy or Nigerian they both love to have a jungle gym play yard just for them to climb and jump onto.

Our Nigerian Dwarfs are registered with the American Dairy Goat Association.
All our goats are vaccinated, wormed and disbudded.

We are members of the National Pygmy Goat Association, American Dairy Goat Association and the American Goat Association. We raise a few kids each year for those interested in 4 H projects or those who just want to enjoy the fun of our small goats.

Both the Pygmy and Nigerians originally came from west Africa and were considered dwarf goats. The were imported to America sometime in the 1950's- from these dwarf goats the pygmy and Nigerian were developed. When they first came here they were popular in petting zoos across the country. They are both considered very hardy breeds. The pygmy is shorter and stockier than the Nigerian. The dwarf goats should mature at about 40 to 50 pounds. Pygmies due to their stockier build are considered the meat dwarf goat and the Nigerian dwarfs are known as the milk dwarf.... Pygmy's do not have blue eyes that is a Nigerian trait.

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For more info go here:
National Pygmy Goat Association
American Dairy Goat Association
American Goat Society

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