Nigerian Dwarf Goats

Registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats in East Tennessee

Welcome to Cedar View Nigerian Dwarf Goat Farm!


You'll find information on our Nigerian Dwarf breeding stock on the Senior Doe, Junior Doe and Buck pages.  Show news has been moved to its own page. Just look under the "More" tab. There is a Map Page under the "More" tab also, and that is where you will find our farm address.

We look forward to participating in our first ADGA National Show in July 2014.  See you in Louisville, KY!
NATIONAL SHOW UPDATE
:  We had the second place senior dry yearling (Cedar View Beyonce) and the first place Senior Get of Sire out of Little Tots Estate Bambino (Cedar View Fortunata, Heleena, and Isabella).  We also had a 6th place March kid, Cedar View Firenza.
Cedar View Margherita (April) and Cedar View Cassimiracola (February) were both 9th place in their class.  Cedar View Heleena was the 5th place 2 year old milker.  Others placed in the top twenty and their placing is noted with their pedigree.

June Update:
  Some of our senior does in milk will be offered for sale in order to make room for the retention of young stock.  These are not cull goats.  All have appraised in the "Very Good" range.  All have earned milk production awards through the ADGA performance program. If you see one on the Senior Doe page that you find interesting, call of email for more information.

May 2014 Linear Appraisal Results are posted on Senior Doe and Buck Pages.  Top Scores of 92 for LIttle Tot's Estate Thalictrum and Little Tot's Estate Cassia.  Little Tot's Estate Syeira earned a 91 as a two year old and Double Durango Oreo earned a 91 as a four year old. Buttin' Heads Kachamak Bay earned a 90 as a 7 year old and Cedar View Isabella earned the highest score possible for a first freshener (89).  Ten does out of seventeen earned Excellent Mammary scores. Eleven does scored 88 and higher. Four does scored 85-87 and two does scored 84 (one  "84" has been sold and the other is a first freshener that will be retained for now).  None of the goats were over height!

Updated
2/6/2014:  Cedar View Farm has a FACEBOOK page.  I actually set it up in January 2013, but never published it until now.  At this point I don't know what I intend to do with it, but it is there, so you can "like us" on FACEBOOK if you "like".  Feel free to post a note. ??  Better yet, I'd actually prefer that you send an email to: din10mile@aol.com

Updated March 2014:     ADGA has posted milk awards following the last milk test, so all 19 does that were in the milk string last year have their AR milk stars. Several bucks have earned their *B by virtue of their parents, and Inula finished her 305 with 72 pounds of butterfat!

Updated 12/4/2013: Major good news!  Dinah Belle is an "Elite Doe". 
Cori's Fancy Dinah Belle, and her three daughters:  Cori's Fancy N Delmina,  Cori's Fancy N Donatella, and Cedar View Fortunata have been awarded the designation of Superior Genetics!  (see their info on the doe page)

Updated 12/14/13:  New arrivals
in November and December are shown on the New Arrivals and Kids for Sale Page.
On this page you'll find some nice bucks out of  CH/MCH/PGCH  Little Tot's Estate Thalictrum +B.
GCH AGS Simple Joys Dory Norris 1*M has 1  2013 buck available for sale. (Sire: Little Tot's Estate Bambino*+B).
There is still one 2013 buck available from GCH Little Tot's Estate Cassia 3*M.
Prices for bucks will start at $300.
Prices for doelings will start at $500.

If are interested in purchasing a doe or buck, please email (din10mile@aol.com) or call (423-334-5510) for availability.  I may have a few does in milk for sale this spring.  Contact me if you are interested in being on a wait list.

As of February 2013 all our milking does were on standard 20 DHIR test.   All of our milking does participated in the Linear Appraisal program on Sept. 21st. The results are posted on the "Doe" page. The does that freshened in Nov. and Dec. 2013 are expected to continue on test at least through July. No rest for the weary though, because kidding will continue and more does will be added to the milk string.

Updated 9/8/2013 - I have been making all natural goat milk soap since last fall. Currently available soap scented with the following essential oils includes: "Tea Tree and Lavender Essential Oils", "Lavender, Patchouli, and Lemongrass Essential Oils", "Mint Tea (Spearmint Essential Oil and finely ground Peppermint Tea)" , " Double Mint" (Peppermint and Spearmint Essential Oils), "Sandalwood/Eucalyptus", "Bergamot and Sweet Orange",  "Oatmeal with Chamomile, Honey and Raw Cacao (unscented), "Gardenia", "Oatmeal and Lavender", and "Cinnamon Apple Spice".
If you are interested, please call or email for prices.  I can mail nine bags (2 bars in each bag) through USPS in their Medium flat rate box.  Up to 18 bags will fit in the Large flat rate box.

Koy, one of our male Great Pyrenees, is a great kid-sitter as well as watchdog. The peacocks also let us know of any strange happenings in the barn lots. Lilly stands guard at the barn door.

Koy and Lilly's pup, George at nine months is guardian for one of our Boer goat pastures.

Gus guards one of our Boer goat pastures.

Van Gogh - sometimes serious, sometimes
playful - always grateful for a sunny day!  He works at the Nigerian Dwarf Barn.
Koy and Josie's 10 puppies at 2 weeks old.
Josie, helps guard the Nigerian Dwarf buck pasture.

Martha is going to be a big girl. At nine months she is bigger than her mother, Lilly. Martha and Lilly work together at the Nigerian Dwarf barn.


11/21/13

Sheba (half Pyrenees/half Anatolian) guards a Boer goat pasture with Gus.