I will post any Nigerian Dwarf goat's that are for sale on this page. Please call or text me at 660-624-1902. Thank You!!
Please follow us on Facebook - Bolles Painted Acres. We will post picture's of our babies there first. We post videos and pictures on Facebook all the time. That way you'll know that all our Nigerian Dwarf's are healthy and happy.
This handsome "Man" is looking for his new home. He has been disbudded & had his CDT. His Dad was covered in Moonspots, and had blue eyes. DOB: 7/4/20 He is a Black & White, with Moonspots He comes with his Registered Applications for ADGA & AGS. Dad is Apollo & Mom is Shaker He can go as a bottle baby or stay until he's 8 weeks old. Asking $100 as a wether or $350 as a buck.
This beautiful little "Lady" is looking for her new home. She has been disbudded & had her CDT. Her Dad was covered in Moonspots, and had blue eyes. DOB: 7/4/20 She is a Dark Buckskin & White, with Blue Eyes She comes with her Registered Applications for ADGA & AGS. Dad is Apollo & Mom is Shaker She can go as a bottle baby or stay until she's 8 weeks old. Asking $400
Everyone below here are SOLD. If they say Sale Pending, then that means that we either have a deposit, or that we are waiting for one. Thank You!!
Hold Deposit To hold the kid(s) you want, until weaning and shipping time, you will need half down as a deposit. Once a deposit is received, it is Non Refundable if you do not go through with the sale for any reason. All Nigerians come with ADGA applications or papers, and can be triple registered with AGS and NDGA. Discounts on Multiple purchases. (On Breeding Stock, take $25 off each additional kid after one is purchased)
Babies Health Care What will my new babies have had as far as health care?
The dams of kids are vaccinated 30 days prior to kidding with CDT, that is for clostridium and Tetnus.
At two weeks old they are de-horned, & giving a CDT.
At 6 weeks old they get another CDT shot, and are wormed & tattooed.
They have been fed alfalfa/grass hay free choice and some medicated goat starter pellets.
We do not “Pre Treat” for coccidiosis, but do recommend that the new owners treat for it if it becomes a problem. All goats carry this, and stress can bring it about.
It is common for shipped kids get “shipping Fever” after arriving in their new home, due to stress, etc, Always watch your new arrivals for runny noses & eyes, & loose stools.
Bolles Painted Acres 409 SE 600th Rd Warrensburg, MO 64093