Welcome - I Sell the Best Texas Pygmy Nigerian Dwarf Goats!  TM

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As seen on Shark Tank
**SALE* Selling some of my retired mama's!!!
Email me if interested 
I have babies arriving year around!
(Wait list information below in pink)
My wait list is necessary because of the quality of the babies. I hardly ever sell babies from this website or Facebook because customers are waiting for them.  I babysit the wait list and take it very seriously. You can see examples of babies I have sold below.  If you want babies from me, read the wait list info below and send me your info.
The Goat Experience
Come enjoy playing with baby goats OR
come learn how to own goats of your own.
None for the summer. Will start these back up in Sept.
Facebook page is Roxiethecrazygoatlady.com TM
(My old page Roxie The Crazy Goat Lady has been hacked. It is not me)

This is Roxie, original owner of 2CrazyGoatLadies. I have gone SOLO!!! I have found I can only guarantee what is under MY watch.  I raise Pygmy/Nigerian Dwarf goats in Hamilton, Texas. I started with a pet goat in the house, with a diaper on. Goats are like potato chips. You can’t just have one. I love to help people get addicted to the fun of raising Texas Pygmy and Nigerian Dwarf goats, just like I did. I have had so many wonderfully happy moments with my Pygmy and Nigerian Dwarf goats. I have a “goat closet.” This means I have a closet full of every trick of the trade for helping a goat in time of need. Not only that, I have a climate controlled barn for my herd. Nobody getting too hot or cold at my place!

 

Now let me tell you about my herd. I raise Texas Pygmy/Nigerian Dwarf goats.  Most of my customers buy my goats for pets.  Also most people think any small goat is a pygmy.  There is a difference in the two breeds and I cross breed them to get the best of both worlds. Pygmy goats are one of the hardiest breeds. A Pygmy goat is generally smaller than a Nigerian Dwarf goat. Pygmy goats only come in solid colors such as white, black, caramel, and agouti. Pygmy goats do have accents in black on their legs, face, and down their back. Nigerian goats can even have blue eyes, with a “splashy” tri-colored coat. Pygmy goats will give you 'tiny,' while Nigerian Dwarf goats will give you 'colorful'. I breed for tiny and colorful; hence, why I cross Pygmy with Nigerian Dwarf. I also try to have polled (genetically no horns) if at all possible. This is important if you want a horn free herd. If they do get horns I have them disbudded at about a week old if you do not want horns. So …… if I can get a blue eyed, tri-colored, little, and polled, I have hit the jackpot! I am very careful about rotating billys, and I do not line breed (breed relatives to get good traits). My focus is on health first, and traits second. These are my babies. Many are born in the house.  I have chosen to organically worm my herd, and this process is time consuming as well as costly, but SO worth it!!!

 

All goats are great at clearing brush. If you have large acreage, they will keep it mowed for you. The big threats to goats, especially the babies, are predators. I put my goats up at night to try and reduce this risk. Coyotes, fox, and large cats will get a baby real quick. Many goat owners have guard dogs or llamas with their herds.

 

If you are a first-time goat owner, I recommend you get a mentor or ask me lots of questions, or let me be your mentor. I'm good with that. I don’t recommend you have just one goat. Goats do better with a playmate, or could end up expecting you to be theirs 24/7. It won’t take long for that fun to get old. Wethers “fixed”  boy goats make great pets. I recommend that you fix your billy, if he is bought to be a pet. Since goats can breed early, my vet recommends fixing boys no sooner than 3 months, and says it is risky to wait much longer if you have females around. I don't consider breeding my females until they are at least a year old. My goats are so small that sometimes I have to wait until they are almost two for their safety and the safety of the babies. Many goat owners have different timelines that they recommend, this is my recommendation, per my vet.

 

So in closing ……… I would love to sell you a goat, be your goat mentor, and have you join in my obsessive habit. I love talking goats. To the best of my knowledge, all the goats I sell are healthy. I have repeat customers, and they believe in the quality of my goats. I strive to do the right thing, and maintain a high quality goat herd. I feel quality is way more important than quantity. Email me at Roxie2CrazyGoatLadies@gmail.com, visit me on Facebook at Roxiethecrazygoatlady.com (old page was hacked), or pick up the phone and call me.     

                                                                                     

Wait List Info needed: IMPORTANT - Wait list is long, especially for girls.

Name, Location, Phone number to text pictures, how many, what sex, and horns or no horns.  You can text me at 214-675-3089 or email me at the email above. Length of wait list hard to predict due to what you want, what the demand is and unpredictability of what my mama's will have. I do not separate siblings and the most common births seems to be a boy and a girl (so usually the shortest wait). I DO NOT OVER BREED. Sometimes the wait can be a few months especially with the Shark Tank publicity.  I honor my wait list so please be patient if you want one from me.  My customers tell me that my quality is worth waiting for.

Examples of Inventory
(sold by wait list only)

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$450 Sold to Erin P.

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$350 Sold to Erin P.

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$350 Sold to Thomas S.

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$400 Sold to Brandy O. Ready 6/7

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$300 Sold to Brandi O. Ready 6/7

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$450 Sold to Brandi O. (former cust.)

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$350 Sold to Brandi O. (former customer)

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$450 Sold to Brandi O. (former cust)

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$450 Sold to Tyler S.

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$350 Sold to Tyler S.

$300

Sold to Lexis B. $300

$450

Sold To Dee S. $450

$450

Sold to Valerie L. $450

$400

Sold to Amber W. $400

$400

Sold to Amber W. $400

$300

Sold to Julia F. $300

$300

Sold to Julia F. $300

Lila's Girl $400

Lila's Girl $400 Sold to Suzanne D.

Jenny Craigs Boy $300

Jenny Craigs Boy $300 Sold to Kristy S.

Cinderella's Boy $300

Cinderella's Boy $300 Sold to Heather K.

Jackie's Girl $400

Jackie's Girl $400 Sold to Zulema V.

Teenie's Boy $300

Teenie's Boy $300 Sold to Christine M.

Teenie's Girl $400

Teenie's Girl $400 Sold to Christine M.

$400

Sold to Laura O. $400

$300

Ready 10/1 Sold to Hilary C. $300

$300

Ready 10/25 Sold to Sterling T. $300

$300

Ready 10/23 Sold to Gina B. $300

$400

Ready 10/1 Sold to Hilary C. $400

$300

Ready 10/3/20 Sold to Rachael H. $300

$250 Polled blue eyes

$250 Polled blue eyes Sold to Lynda S.

$250

Sold to Gail P. $250

$250

Sold to Tanner C. $250

Olivia's boy 5/8/20

Olivia's boy 5/8/20 $250 Sold to Christine B.

Olivia's Girl 5/8/20

Olivia's Girl 5/8/20 $350 Sold to Christine B.

Olivia's boy 5/8/20

Olivia's boy 5/8/20 $250 Sold to Christine B.

Missy's Girl 3/24/20

Missy's Girl 3/24/20 $350 Sold to Shawn C.

$350

Sold $350

$250

Sold $250

$250

Sold to Stacey B. $250

$350

Sold to Stacey B.

$250

Sold to Lenox C.

$350

Sold to Lenox C.

Rose's boy $250 SOLD

DOB 1/5/20 David & Brenda E.

Scarlett's girl $350 SOLD

DOB 12/31/19 David & Brenda E

Jenny Craig's boy $250 SOLD

DOB 12/22/19 Stacy H.

Zoe's boy $250 SOLD

DOB 12/28/19 Emily O.

Juliet's boy $250 SOLD

DOB 12/28/19 Emily O.

Inge's boy $250 SOLD

DOB 12/31/19 Katilyn T.

Poppy's Girl $350 SOLD

DOB 12/29/19 David & Brenda E.

$350 Ready 1/12

Sold to Chris W.

$350 Ready 1/12

Sold to Chris W.

$250 Ready 12/21/19

Sold to Chelsea B.

$250

New adopted parents are Michael & Abbie B.

$250

Adopted by Patrick L

$250

New Adoptive Family Ricardo & Erica Ramirez

$250

New Adoptive Family Ricardo & Erica Ramirez

$350

New Adoptive Family Ricardo & Erica Ramirez

$250

New Adoptive Family Ricardo & Erica Ramirez

$250

New Adoptive Family Ricardo & Erica Ramirez

$250

Sold to Christina H.

Carolina Ruth's girl 6/14/19

$350 Sold to Devin T.

Petunia's boy 4/18/19

$250 Sold to Kathy R.

Petunias girl 4/18/19

$350 Sold to Kathy R.

Poppy's Girl 2/21/19

$400 Sold to Rachael P.

Millie's boy 12/6/18

$250 Sold to Cliff B.

Missy's boy 12/10/18

$250 Sold to Cliff B.

$250

DOB 10/29/17 Sold to Amanda H.

Triplet Girl DOB 9/1

$350 Sold to Lynda G.

Triplet Girl DOB 9/1

$350 Sold to Lynda G.

Nestle's Polled Girl

DOB 6/8/17 $350 Sold to Jessica H.

Chrysler's Blue eyed boy

DOB 5/26/17 $250 Sold to Maecee C.

Nora's Boy

$250 Sold to Samantha H.

Abby's Girl $350

DOB 4/25 Sold to Jeanette M.

Clint Eastwood $250 (blue eyes)

Sold to Michael P.

Tenille's Polled Blue eyed Boy

$250 - Sold to Joseph K. 1/2 dep. to hold ready 4/1

Joker  (boy) 2/10/17

$200 Sold to Renee L.

Poppy

Pygmy Nigerian Dwarf Quad Sold