3 very friendly Pygmy Goat wether kids
3 disbudded wethers (castrated males), all ready to go now, extremely friendly!
Vaccinated, wormed and feet trimmed
All 3 to go together
They will come with a folder with care sheets and pedigrees and enough food for a couple of weeks so you can put them onto your own food gradually and also to help them settle into their new home.
Wethers make ideal pets, with being castrated they do not have any of the bad habits of the entire males, they do not smell and are not destructive.
So unless you want to breed and you only want to keep Pygmies as pets, wethers are certainly the best option. Not only are they cheaper to purchase and easier to find than females, they do not come into season like females will, some females can be very vocal when in season (every 3 weeks) also with not having hormones changing through the seasons like entire males or females they are a more steady temperament.
Female Pygmy Goat Kids for sale
***NOW SOLD***We have 2 female Pygmy Goat Kids available for sale, they are both very friendly and will come when called, eat from your hand and happily let you stroke them. They will leave here with enough food for a couple of weeks to allow you to change them over gradually to what you wish to feed them, this also helps them settle into their new home. they will also come with a folder of care sheets and their pedigrees, .
They are horned, are fully vaccinated, wormed and feet trimmed.
They are to go together and will be ready to leave on the 21st June 2022
They are fully registered with the Pygmy Goat Club and the details are below
Black & white one:
Pollyanna Molly PLN-167-HB
DOB. 14th March 2022
Sire: Bannau Pluto BAA-7-HB Dam: Pollyanna Rainbow PLN-124-HB
Pollyanna Fern PLN-168-HB
DOB. 29th March 2022
Sire: Birkrigg Edmond BG-247-HB. Dam: Pollyanna Portia PLN-127-HB
We have 2 wethers (castrated males) available for sale.
They will be ready to go from the 14th June onwards.
Both are horned, are friendly, will eat from your hand and come for a back scratch.
They will be wormed, vaccinated & feet trimmed before leaving.
They will leave here with enough food for a couple of weeks to allow you to change them over gradually to what you wish to feed them, this also helps them settle into their new home. they will also come with a folder of care sheets and their pedigrees.
They are from Pygmy Goat Club registered parents.
You will need a CPH number before you can keep goats.