Hannah’s kids arrived 12/20/17.  Fiona, a doeling and Sailor, a buck.  so CUTE.

I am so excited to introduce you to my newest farm additions, (pic above) Hannah, a purebred Nigerian Dwarf and her daughter Fiona, an F1 Mini-Nubian. ND’s have been recognized by the ADGA for 10 years or so and give maybe 1/2 gallon of milk per day. The are both so deliciously adorable, and small enough for me to handle. I have a new smaller milking stanchion that was gifted to me a couple of years ago that has been waiting in a corner of my barn, one would think I had this all planned out….don’t tell my husband!

7 Responses to “Dairy Goats”

  1. shawna Says:

    do you sell goats milk or cheese, and if so how much?thank you

    1. maplebrookfarm Says:

      sorry it has taken me so long to respond to your question. No, we do not sell our goat milk or cheese. We are not a licsensed dairy and it is not legal to for us to do so. Email me at sheriemcm@aol.com for more information about licsenced dairies in our area.

  2. becky Says:

    just wondering if u have any nubians for sale

    1. maplebrookfarm Says:

      Hi Becky,
      I plan to breed my 2 does this month so I hope to have some Nubians for sale in the spring. I will likely have kids and possibly a doe in milk.

  3. Tawnya Says:

    Hi! I live on the Key Peninsula and have been looking for Nubian’s everywhere! I am so excited to find someone so close to me! Would you be willing to meet with me to talk about goats and help me with some suggestions and ideas for starting my own herd. I am also looking to purchase doelings if you have any available this spring? T~

    1. maplebrookfarm Says:

      Hi Tawnya,
      I would be happy to meet you and discuss nubian goats….I do have kids due this spring, May and June….I will send you an email… sherie

      1. tawnya Says:

        Sheri! I am ready to breed my babies born in Feb. 2012. I remember you mentioning that you had a buck we might breed with. What are your fees and can I stop by around Jan. 9th? T~

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