Breed Characteristics

Nigerian Dwarf does are at least 17 inches tall and may be no taller than 22.5 inches. Bucks are also at least 17 inches tall and no taller than 23.5 inches. While there is no weight requirement, 75 pounds is an average weight.

Many color combinations are common, the ears are of medium length and erect, and the bridge of the nose is either straight or dished. The hair is short and fine.

The Nigerian Dwarf was also developed in the United States and is the only miniature dairy goat breed registered by the American Dairy Goat Association.

Although a small goat, the Nigerian Dwarf doe produces a proportionate quantity of milk with high butterfat.

Our Nigerian Herd


Faith Family

NameLA ScoreDIMMilkFATProtHighlights
Caplon Kidz Faith02-03 80 (++VA)1505301620Nice general appearance.
Redeemer Acres Melodys FrostyScheduled 8/22A shorter doe, but nice and wide.
Redeemer Acres CharityPlanned 2023A wide doe, looking forward to freshening.

Saving Grace Family

NameLA ScoreDIMMilkFatProtHighlights
Firebug CKL Saving GraceScheduled 8/221536892830Beautiful udder texture and nice legs.
Redeemer Acres Coconut BlissScheduled 8/22More laid back doe, nice and wide.
Redeemer Acres ChocolatePlanned 2023Sweet personality.
Redeemer Acres VanillaPlanned 2023Very determined.
Redeemer Acres SundaePlanned 2023Mixes in with the herd.


NameLA ScoreHighlights
Shady Glade Vincent Van GoatScheduled 8/22Structurally correct kids.
Redeemer Acres WalnutScheduled 8/22Great legs and body structure.