Registered Nigerian Dwarf Does

Holden Creek Farms Aggie
  • Sire: Little Tots Estate Ima Sly Fox

  • Dam: Holden Creek Farms Millie

  • Born on 7/11/2014

  • Sire: Double Durango Remington Steel

  • Dam: Solberg Ruby

  • Born on 3/31/2016

Double Durango Ava

Aggie came to our farm in 2014 when the farm was still in the beginning stages. Although they look nothing alike, her two sisters, Abbie and Annabelle, also live on the farm with her and make-up what we call "the big girls". Now three years old, she is one of the leaders of the goat herd. She loves to spend her days eating orchard grass, leaves, pine needles, and animal crackers. Aggie is expecting her first kids in October of 2017.

Ava is one of the newest members of the farm. She and her sister Amelia came to the farm in 2016. Although she is the smallest of all six does in our herd, Ava has no problems "holding her own" with the older goats. She often spends her time headbutting the other goats when she isn't grazing in the goat pen or taking a nap with Bella, one of our Great Pyrannese. However, she'll never turn down the opportunity to nibble on clothes or eat animal crackers if given the opportunity.

Annabelle has been on the farm since 2014 when she and her sisters were the first goats in our herd. She likes to spend her days grazing for leaves and grass, eating feed, and staring off into space. She won't turn down animal crackers and other treats when offered. As long as she has food and you pet her when she wants to be petted, she is a mellow and content goat. Unlike her siblings, she not one to eat at your clothes and prefers to beat to her own drum.

  • Sire: Little Tots Estate Ima Sly Fox

  • Dam: Holden Creek Farms Millie

  • Born on 7/11/2014

Holden Creek Farms Annabelle
Double Durango Allie
  • Sire: GCH Kaco Yellow Rose Captain S

  • Dam: Solberg Lilly

  • Born on 3/26/2016

Allie came to the farm in 2016 and is one of the newest members of the herd. Althought they aren't related, she came to the farm with Ava and Amelia. Once we saw her and she walked over wanted to be petted, we couldn't say no and decided to bring her home too. When she was smaller, she loved to be held and carried around. Even though she's too big to be carried now, she still loves to be petted. It's a bonus if you give her animal crackers too.

Holden Creek Farms Abbie
  • Sire: Little Tots Estate Ima Sly Fox

  • Dam: Holden Creek Farms Millie

  • Born on 7/11/2014

Abbie was one of the original three goats in our herd. She is the most social and outgoing one of her sisters. She loves to be petted and be right beside you when getting feed and treats, hoping she will be able to sneak a few extras from you. Abbie gave birth to her first kids on May 23, 2017. She had triplets; two bucks and one doe, and has taken to motherhood very well. See the goats for sale page if you are interested in purchasing one of her kids.  

Double Durango Amelia
  • Sire: Double Durango Remington Steel

  • Dam: Solberg Ruby

  • Born on 3/31/2016

Amelia, joined by her sister Ava, came to the farm in 2016 to expand our goat herd. She spends her days grazing for whatever food she can find until it's dinner time. Amelia is a very persistent goat who loves to nibble on your clothes as much as possible. However, you can get her to stop if you give her treats such as animal crackers or pet her in just the right spot. She is the leader among the three youngest goats and often likes to give the older goats a run for their money.  

To view Aggies's pedigree, click the PDF icon.

To view Ava's pedigree, click the PDF icon.

To view Annabelles's pedigree, click the PDF icon.

To view Allie's pedigree, click the PDF icon.

To view Abbie's pedigree, click the PDF icon.

To view Amelia's pedigree, click the PDF icon.