Goats

Nubian Goats "Eddie & Nigel"

 
The Nubian goat is large in size and carries more flesh than other dairy breeds. Its distinguishing characteristics include large, pendulous ears and a “Roman” nose. The Nubian goat temperament is sociable, outgoing, and vocal. Because of its elongated ears and sleek body, the Nubian goat is occasionally nicknamed the “Lop-Eared Goat” or “Greyhound Goat.”

Pygmy Goats "Bonnie & Collide"


Pygmy goats are a small breed of domestic goat, friendly, resilient and intelligent. Originally native to Southwest Asia, goats were domesticated 8,500 years ago for meat, milk and fiber and are now found all over the planet. They were brought to the United States in the 1950s for use in zoos and research.