In December 2006 we bought a pregnant, registered, pure-bred Saanen doe and a Nigerian Dwarf wether. Nettie, the Saanen, came from a very nice local gal who raised Saanens for commercial milk. She’s no longer in the goat business, which is a shame as the bucks she had were great sires & gave us beautiful kids. She raises dairy cows now if I’m correct. Last time we saw her she was chucking a big ‘ole rock at one of her cantankerous cows. The wether, which Paul named Chop Suey, came from another local lady. Here are pics of Nettie & Suey their first day at our place. The goats went into the shed we originally built for the chickens & we put up electric fence around about ¾ of an acre around the shed for them to roam & browse.