Although African Pygmy Goats are small they are
an actual miniature breed not a size. Just because
the goat is small does not mean it is a pygmy.
They are considered to be more cobby,compact
and muscular than the Nigerian Dwarf.
Their heads and limbs are short relative to their
body lengths. They are very social,
good-natured, gentle and curious. They are
genetically horned but disbudding and dehorning
are allowed in the show ring. This is advisable if
they are going to be around children . A polled
pygmy goat is considered a disqualification.
Pygmies come in a variety of color patterns but
we only breed for colors that are recognized by
the National Pygmy Goat Association.
Click here to see NPGA Recognized Colors
This breed has a well-established support network
with resources and shows all over the country.
They are registered by the National Pygmy Goat
Association(NPGA), American Goats Society and
International Dairy Goat Registry.
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