ADGA Registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats in East Tennessee
Welcome to Cedar View Nigerian Dwarf Goat Farm!
The 2014 show season ended for us mid-October at the South Carolina
State Fair. All the news from this year has been moved to a special
"show news" page found under the "More" tab. We had a great year
finishing three seniors and earning several Junior and Senior Grands
along the way.
In February 2013 all our milking does started on
standard 20 DHIR test and all does who have completed at least one lactation have earned AR or Star milker status. Additionally, all of our milking does participated in the Linear Appraisal program
on Sept. 2013 and May 2014. We test annually for CAE. The latest test was done in February 2015 on all does and bucks over 6 months of age. We remain a CAE free herd as all tested negative once again.
You'll find information on our Nigerian Dwarf breeding stock on the Senior Doe, Junior Doe and Buck pages. There is a Map Page under the "More" tab also, and that is where you will find our farm address.
December 2014: Two more does have been awarded Superior Genetics: SGCH Cedar View Isabellaand SG Little Tots Estate Syeira.
August 22,2014:ADGA has released the 2013 Breed Leader List. Our GCH Little Tot's Estate Inula made the ADGA Top Ten List for Protein. Remarkably she earned this breed leader status while also earning her permanent championship. She and all the other milkers went to several shows while also keeping up a regular twice a day milk schedule. Our Simple Joys dory Norris was Awarded Superior Genetics this month! 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated 12/4/2013: Major
good news! Dinah Belle is an "ADGA Elite Doe".
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)
Some of our senior does in milk will be offered
for sale in order to make room for the retention of young stock. All have appraised in the "Very Good" range. All
have earned milk production awards through the ADGA performance program. We also have several bucks that we use in our breeding program, and occasionally, there may be a mature buck that we are willing to sale. If you are interested in purchasing a doe or buck, please email (email@example.com) or call (423-334-5510) for availability..
Check the New Arrivals and Kids for Sale Page for available new stock for sale.
Prices for bucks will start at $400. Lower prices may be available of some youngbucks onlyif sold without papers. Prices for doelings will start at $500.
- 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.
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.
Sheba (half Pyrenees/half Anatolian) guards a Boer goat pasture with Gus.