Mini Nubian Dairy Goats

We decided to work with Mini Nubians because they’re smaller than full-sized Nubians, but produce almost as much milk (and sometimes more!). Also, their milk is sweeter and more rich with butterfat, thanks to their Nigerian Dwarf heritage. That extra butterfat makes Mini Nubian milk excellent for goat milk products; such as cheese, yogurt, and ice cream!

We scoured the whole country in search of the best Mini Nubians to start our herd with. After combing through the MDGA show and milk award sites to find the breeders and lines with consistent wins, we stalked their websites, pedigree info, reviews, and social media presences to see whether our herd goals & values align with theirs. We’ve got a few more goats on our wishlist (and always will haha), but we believe that we have some of the best Mini Nubian genetics in the country and are SO excited to work with them!

Our top goals, more or less in order, are:

  1. Herd with zero history of the major diseases
  2. Friendly but not pushy personality, and respectful towards people – even in rut
  3. Longterm health and vitality
  4. Well-attached udders and decent-sized teats that hold up over a lifetime
  5. Lots of milk and/or butterfat
  6. Nice overall conformation

Every year, we have a limited number of Mini Nubian dairy goats available, registrable through MDGA and/or TMGR. We focus on actual important things like personality, health, udders, and conformation before the flashy stuff, but we do have some goats who have moonspots, are polled, and have blue eyes. There’s around a 50% chance that their offspring would inherit those traits.

Feel free to check out our breeding plan (subject to change).

Our Mini Nubian Does

(Photos courtesy of Davinia)

5th Gen.
DOB 02/21/16

Moonspots

  • Dam – Cornerstone Farm Black Ice
    • Dam – Cornerstone Farm Cover Girl
    • Sire – Echo Hill’s Winchester
  • Sire – Raptor Ridge MoonStruck
    • Dam – Raptor Ridge Tessa
    • Sire – Hidden Creek Theodore Roosevelt

2nd Gen.
DOB 03/01/19

Roaning

(Udder photo courtesy of Foggy Fork Farm)

(Photos courtesy of Davinia)

1st Gen.
DOB 06/20/21

Moonspots

  • Dam – Cornerstone Farm Miss Vivi
    • Dam – Cornerstone Farm Black Ice
    • Sire – Raptor Ridge MoonStruck
  • Sire – The T’s Sir Spots A Lot
    • Dam – Jekuthiel’s Tyee Sky Breeze
    • Sire – CopyBook Sir Rocco Gold
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(Photo courtesy of J3 Farm)

3rd Gen.
DOB 03/06/23

Show Record:
4th Place Junior in a large class, 2023 Oregon State Fair

Moonspots, Roaning

6th Gen.
DOB 03/08/23

Possible Hidden Moonspots

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(Photo courtesy of BCF Legacy)

2nd Gen.
DOB 03/17/23

Possible Hidden Moonspots

3rd Gen.
DOB 03/19/23

    Polled, Possible Hidden Moonspots

    3rd Gen.
    DOB 04/23/23

    Giraffe Polled, Blue Eyes, Moonspots

    Our Mini Nubian Bucks

    6th Gen.
    DOB 03/14/22

    4th Gen.
    DOB 01/28/23

    Roaning, Blue Eyes, Moonspots

    rsw 831h 625cg true

    (Photo courtesy of CA Blackberry)

    2nd Gen.
    DOB 02/08/23

    5th Gen.
    DOB 03/23

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    (Photo courtesy of Storybook Farm WV)

    4th Gen.
    DOB 04/17/23

    Polled, Blue Eyes, Moonspots

    2nd Gen.
    DOB 04/21/23

      Possible Hidden Moonspots