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Lady Walkers Half Moon Farm is a breeder of Nigerian Dwarf goats in central, western NJ.
We have been breeding goats since 2011.
Our first priority at Lady Walkers is to raise healthy and happy goats.
We are as happy to see them as they are to see us!
Our National Premises ID # 00NQ7H2
Our Scrapie ID # NJS9382
Our NJ Premises ID # NJ9382
The origin of our farm name
When we moved to our farm, we brought with us my husband's two Tennessee Walking Horses, Handshaker's Painted Money and Gen's Hard Money.
We wanted a farm name that represented the Tennessee Walking Horse, so we came up with
LADY (Lori and Don Yeske)
WALKERS (for Don's Tennessee Walking Horses)
The HALF MOON part of our farm name represents the colors of the horses (black and white).
We shortened our farm name when choosing our herd name:
Our goats are registered with the American Dairy Goat Association.
Some of our goats are also registered with the American Goat Society.
Our tattoo sequence has been registered with ADGA and AGS.
We are members of:
American Dairy Goat Association
American Goat Society
American Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Association
We participate in ADGA Linear Appraisal.
We attend a variety of ADGA-sanctioned Dairy Goat shows every year.
A little about Nigerian Dwarf Goats
The Nigerian Dwarf goat shares the desirable characteristics of dairy conformation evidenced in the standard-sized breeds, though they are proportionately smaller in scale. Nigerians are angular and refined, with flatter, flintier bone and much less muscling. Its legs are refined and longer in relation to body size. They evidence more "stretch" from a longer, leaner neck to a longer more level rump. Because of its inherently functional type, the Nigerian Dwarf is a reproductively sound breed. All colors and color patterns occur.
The Nigerian Dwarf has the ability to fill a unique niche in the dairy goat world. It is ideal for those who have limited space, who do not need large quantities of milk or lack acceptable outlets for the surplus, or those who require animals easily managed by one person.
The Nigerian Dwarf is a fully-functional, productive dairy goat that just happens to be small.
(taken from Caprine Supply's Goatkeeping 101, Second Edition)