Fair Skies Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats, at All I Saw Farm, Wasilla, Alaska, 907.232.5414 or 907.441.1851
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Breeding goals

When we decided to purchase our first Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats, we chose to continue the goals of our mentors and help preserve and hopefully improve our chosen breed.  Such plans come with big responsibilities and everyday we strive to uphold the foundations of responsible breeding.

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Dairy production


Updated 27 May 2010

As good stewards dedicated to providing a strong future to these wonderful creatures, we are charged with sustaining the soundness of their breed and the future of our related activities.  We aim to introduce purebred Nigerian Dwarf goats with the best possible genetics that demonstrate superior form and function.  To remain intact, our kids must not only follow the breed standards set forth by the various goat registration and judging entities (such as American Goat Society (AGS) and American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA), through shows and Linear Appraisal, etc.), but also help lead the way in improving the overall quality of the breed.  To this end, our goal is to present animals that mature into well-structured performers that excel in both the milking parlor and the show ring.  As such, we are strong believers and excited participants in the Dairy Herd Improvement (DHI) program and offer DHI participant incentives to our buyers of certain Fair Skies stock. Our production goal is to build a herd of does that will consistently produce a minimum of 1,000 pounds of milk per year by their second lactation.

Although we have general plans based on our herd members', ages, stage of development, and length of lactation, we also consider the placement of the expected kids in responsible homes that exhibit exemplary humane care.  We consider the current market for upcoming kids and breed selectively and responsibly.  For these reasons, we encourage our customers to contact us early to express interest in a particular breeding.  Please watch our kidding schedule for updates.

In keeping with our breeding goals, we will evaluate each kid throughout the rearing and weaning periods to ensure their quality and health.  We may sexually alter (wether bucks or spay does), or euthanize (or sell for consumption) any animal that we deem unsatisfactory or below our expectations.  Such animals may be sold without registration papers, but they will go with a written, mutual agreement to a special home.  We appreciate both your positive and negative feedback as we are counting on you to help us adjust and continually improve our breeding program.

We will continue to expand our herd as time, space, and funds allow.  We look forward to many more additions from outstanding Nigerian Dwarf breeders around the world.  We also have plans to expand into other breeds in the future, including Nubians, Oberhaslis, Kinders, Alpines, and possibly Boers.  For now though, we are concentrating on these very special Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats.

We are located at 's No Rest, Wasilla soon to be Juneau, Alaska!
Our mailing address is PO Box 22189, Juneau, AK 99802

You may email us at: H.Fair@hotmail.com

You may call us at:
907.232.5414 (local call from Mat-Su, watch for new Juneau number)
or 907.441.1851 (local call from Anchorage)
Please note the current time in Alaska (we are 4 hours BEHIND the East Coast of the United States).

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