D and L Meadows

Our Retired Nigerian Dwarf Does

At some time, goats need to retire. Some do at an early age, and some at a latter age. We sometimes retire goats because the last freshening was too much for the doe, or the milk production was not the greatest.
Some retired goats we keep for sentimental reasons. Some of them are sold as pets.
We have this page for references of pedigree.

Smarty

D and L Meadows Smarty 2*M AR 1*D AR

  Milk Volume
305 days
Fat Protein
2013-2014 743 lbs  51 lbs 34 lbs
2014-2015 819 lbs 63 lbs 35 lbs
2015-2016 651 Lbs 54 lbs 28 lbs
Smudgie

D and L Meadows Smudgie  2*M AR 1*D AR (due to butter fat)

  Milk Volume
305 days
Fat Protein
2013-2014 310 lbs  23 lbs 14 lbs
2014-2015 427 lbs 38 lbs 21 lbs
Buttonnose

Creekside Farm Buttonnose 1*M AR (due to butterfat)

  Milk Volume
305 days
Fat Protein
2013-2014 401 lbs  35 lbs  
2016 Turned dry early    
Millie

D and L Meadows Millie 2*M AR 1*D AR

  Milk Volume
305 days
Fat Protein
2013-2014 736 lbs  59 lbs 33 lbs
2014-2015 753 lbs 64 lbs 33 lbs
2016 729 lbs 61 lbs 32 lbs

Reference Nigerian Dwarf Goats

These are the goats that were sold. We have them here for reference of pedigree

Freckles

D and L Meadows Freckles 2*M AR (due to butterfat)

  Milk Volume
305 days
Fat Protein
2015-2016 325 lbs  26 lbs  

In Memory

Milk Way

D and L Meadows VM Rose Mary 2*M, 2*D

  Milk Volume
305 days
Fat Protein
2017-2018 616 lbs 44 lbs 30 lbs
Last update: Friday, September 21, 2018