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Breeding for Conformation, Milk Production, and Moon Spots in Nigerian Dwarf Goats!



APOTHECARY FARM GO POIT

Poit

Poit

BIRTHDATE:
2/24/2008

COLOR:
Gold W/Moon Spots

HEIGHT:
N/A

FRESHENING HISTORY:

 Freshening  Bred To   Proposed Kidding Date Actual Kidding DateOffspring SpecsOffspring Name(s)
1st Piddlin Acres BZ Suede Boots February 24, 2010 February 26, 2010DoeCaptain Flowers
(DECEASED)




Pedigree of: APOTHECARY FARM GO POIT
PARENTS GRANDPARENTS GREAT GRANDPARENTS GREAT GREAT GRANDPARENTS
Pholia Farm KM Goliath Kaapio Acres Moonstruck Kaapio Acres BB Red Butt'ler
Woodhaven Farms Moon Dancer
QSF PH Marias Fiesta Twin Creeks MF Prairie Hawk
Piddlin Acres Marias Lucia
Pholia Farm RA Zilla Rosasharn SS Aquarius Rosasharn's TL Summer Sol
Goodwood Water Lilly
Pholia Farm QS Dewdrop QSF Quite a Scandal
Esperanza Pico de Gallo

Poit inherited her dam's beautiful moon spots and her sire's pretty blue eyes. Unlike Zilla, Poit is an undemanding little goat. Unfortunately, like many of the breed, she tends to elbow-in on her back legs (though in Poit's case it's quite severe). She has an extremely small udder, and teats that are (as Ryan rather graphically put it) "so small it's like popping milk zits." We had high hopes for the Spring 2010 cross with our buck, Suede Boots. However, both kids born out of this breeding were unsound, and died shortly thereafter. Because of all of these factors, we have decided that while Poit is a healthy goat herself, her offspring are not, and she should not be bred again. Thus, we have made the hard decision to offer her up for sale as a PET QUALITY ONLY doe. She is not show quality and she is a not a good milker, and therefore (as much as she holds a special place in our hearts for being the first nigerian dwarf kid born on the farm), we need to sell her to an approved pet home.

If you are interested in purchasing animals, or would like to receive updates about our animals for sale, please email:
goats@apothecaryinn.com