ADGA Nigerian Dwarf Goats – Waitlist Update 3/22/23

Good evening! This is Emily from Old Glory Farm near Wendell. You are receiving this message because you are on our contact list for baby goats.


Our first round of baby goats are being born this week. We already have some beautiful babies on the ground and more coming in the next few days. We will spend the next week or two taking a close look at these kids, deciding which ones we will keep, and transitioning all of them to the bottle for feeding. Once everyone is trained and close to the 2-week-old mark, we will be in touch about which kids are for sale.

**The way our waitlist for goats works is that everyone will get a 48-hour heads up of when our sale page is to be launched. Everyone on the list will get the link at the same time, then it will be first-come, first-serve to schedule an appointment to put down a deposit, or pick them up as trained bottle babies. Therefore, I can’t guarantee you will get the goats you want – it’s up to you! Hope that makes sense – Please ask for clarification if needed.

Females $550+

Males $350+

ADGA registration available

I also have contacts for other goat breeders in this area if you’d like that info if you don’t end up with the goat(s) you wanted (or happy to share that at anytime).

Additionally, we will have a FEW does in milk for sale this year for $700 each. These does are/will be trained to the milk stand. *******We have one exception – a lovely blue eyed doe named Juniper who is a little wild. She will be available (in milk, immediately after kidding this week) for $550 if someone wants a project goat to train and make human-friendly. If you are interested in her – potentially with one of her kids – let me know!********

Keep in mind that goats are herd animals, and that “an only goat is a lonely goat.” Please plan accordingly.

If you have any questions at all, please ask! Thank you!

Emily Popa

Old Glory Farm

310 Old Glory Ln

Wendell, NC 27591

919-271-7286 (Text preferred due to poor service)