Before any animal is taken to its new home, we Vac, and Worm. We will supply you with a health history of each goat if available, that includes all medications treatments etc... that the animal has received at your request.
We will have your kid disbudded upon request (request must be before the kids is 2 weeks old) and $25.00 will be added to the sale price. We will need to know before the kid is two weeks old for safe and proper disbudding. We will also wether a kid at your request for $25.00 with release of responsibility once the wether leaves the property.
The family buying a goat must know the type of care the Nigerian Dwarf Goat requires before taking them home. They must have a place with adequate fencing and shelter, and plenty of fresh hay, water, and correct minerals available to them. They must know or be willing to learn the health care their goat will require and have the medications needed to maintain a healthy goat. We will not sell a single goat to a home where there would not be a companion goat. Such as one doe to a home where there are two bucks. Goats are herd animals and cannot strive well alone Nigerian Dwarf Goats are miniature dairy goats and are not sold as meat.
We do not consider a goat sold unless we have received payment in full. We will hold a kid or adult for a max of three weeks unless they are not weaned. After the three weeks a $1.00 boarding fee per day will apply unless prior arrangements are agreed to. Other exceptions such as injury or illness will result in a refund if a deposit was required.
We do not ship our goats.
Forever home here at ATBoettcher Farms. All goats sold have a permanent home with us. If you decide the goat(s) are not for you, please contact us. We will take a goat back at one half the sale price and must be delivered by the owner. Health certificate from your Vet is required for return for the protection of our herd.
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We reserve the right to retain any kid from any breeding at any time.
We may also decide not to make a sale if we feel a goat will not get the best of care or for any reason we feel uncomfortable completeing the sale. In that case you would be refunded your deposit if you were required to post one..
We do our own fecal testing and healthcare. I am a Emergency contact on goatworld and you may contact me day or night if you have an emergency. I am not a Vet. 1-573-513-1614
http://www.goatworld.com - for all your goat emergency needs, the medics there save lives every day and I would never be without them.
Before you buy a goat, always check their inner eye lids to make sure they are deep pink, if they are white/gray then they have a wormload and anemia and you need to look elsewhere, pointing it out to the seller so that they can provide healthcare. Bringing home a new goat that is sick can destroy a herd very fast so always ask questions before you buy. Our goats are healthy and we are proud of our Nigerian Dwarf Goat herd and our reputation here in Southeast Missouri.