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Breeding Quality Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats since 2011

Welcome to our website! I hope that you can find exactly what you are looking for. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. I would love to talk to you!

I acquired my first Nigerian Dwarfs in 2011 but I have been raising AGS registered Nigerian Dwarfs Dairy Goats since 2012 and in 2014 I started registering with ADGA. I kind of stumbled a cross Nigerian Dwarfs when I caught wind that my cousin had some bottle babies that she had for sale. I had a few goats before that but they were just pets. I had never even heard of the Nigerian Dwarf breed until Shelley told me about them over the phone. After talking to her for a while she generously gave me a buck and a doe kid for free. Little did I know what I was getting in to. I just wanted to raise a few kids and I never anticipated that this would turn into what it has.

We participate in Linear Appraisal and DHI and we plan to continue participating every year.

I have a few people I'd to thank for getting me started on the path to raising quality dairy goats but my cousin(Shelley Shumway of Creamery Creek Farm) deserves most of the credit. She has been incredibly generous with me. She has given me multiple quality animals. She has always been just a phone call away for all of my many questions and I can't thank her enough for that. She saved me so much time by helping me avoid all of the mistakes that new breeders often make. She has gave me so much and taught me more then she will ever realize. Not just about goats but how to be the best person that I can be and I will be forever grateful for her friendship.

Cheryle Moore Smith filled in all the gaps of my knowledge of dairy goats. I still don't know everything and I never will but she helped me with the small things that I struggled to understand. I was lucky enough to travel to Maine and stay with her and her husband at Old Mountain Farm for an internship the summer of 2015 and 2017. She also turned me into a clipping expert and taught me how take great pictures that compliment dairy goats. She taught me so much and I gained two more great friends.

My goal is to become a well known reputable breeder and hope to see Onaqui Nigerian Dwarfs develop its own unique style that people will recognize and envy.



Contact Details:

Jackson Pehrson
P.O. Box 61
Vernon, UT 84080

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