|* Max height is not a guarantee of how tall a goat will be at the withers, but is the
standard for show goats. Some goats may grow to be slightly taller.
Both types of goats are generally friendly and easy to handle.
We raise Nigerians because they tend to produce more milk for their size.
Pygmies can also be milked, but they are not usually bred to be high milk
|Both Pygmy and Nigerian dwarf goat trace their ancestry
back to the West African Goat. They have been selectively
bred during the past 30 years into these two distinct types.
|Nigerians may seem taller because of their long graceful necks - but it is an
optical illusion -they are usually smaller at the withers than Pygmy goats.
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