Life Lessons from the Barnyard: Trailering Adventures

Life Lessons from the Barnyard: Trailering Adventures
Add to Favorites When we first started raising dairy goats about ten years ago, we began with Mini Nubians. My thinking was that I loved the long floppy ears of the Nubians but wanted a smaller goat that my young children could handle more easily, so the Mini Nubian seemed like a good fit. We did a brief search of goats in our area and found a registered American Nubian that was on the small side and was owned by a gal who planned to breed her to a Nigerian Dwarf. Perfect, we thought! We can get this bred doe and start our own little herd of minis. So that’s just what we did. That worked just fine for our first season of 4-H but then my daughter discovered open ADGA shows and she was hooked. Unfortunately, we couldn’t show the minis at the open shows so we embarked on

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