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Welcome to Shailey Hill Farm and thank you for visiting.  We are a small family farm located in Charlestown, NH, on the NH/VT border along the beautiful Connecticut River, where we raise friendly,  quality Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats for home milking, for show or as a loving pet.  Our goal is to share our love for these wonderful animals, as well as the knowledge we have obtained along our journey.

2017 KIDDING SEASON HAS BEGUN...and is almost done!

Piper
started us off again this year with two does and a buck on 2/21/17 - Babs, Beau and Bean (all available).

Beauty followed up and started of March with triplets, two bucks and a doe on 3/1/17 - Donovan, Dusty and Roo (all available).

Gemma delivered quads, two does and two bucks on 3/2/17 - Rowen, Randy (sold), Carly (available), Lula (retained).

Tinkerbelle gave us large buck/doe twins on 3/4/17 - Taylor and Tyler (both available).

Moxxie kidded with beautiful triple doelings on 3/7 - Maddie, Mazzie and Millie (all available)

Moonflower kidded on 3/15 with beautiful spotty buck/doe twins - names TBD - buck available; doe may be retained. 

Willow (Moxxie's sister) is due 3/27.

Current count - 10 does and 7 bucks 

Below it a peek at the kids at play on a sunny day!
We have several still available.  Email, call or text your inquiries or additional photo requests (contact information below).








 



 

Check our Facebook page to see frequent updated photos and videos.

Email shaileyhillfarm@yahoo.com or call/text 603-543-7239 if you would like photos or a to schedule a visit or check out our Facebook page (link above).  

Discounts available for purchase of multiples...please inquire!







We are please to report that our herd is free from CAE, CL, TB and Brucellosis.


MEMBERS:

New England Nigerian Dwarf Goat Association

American Goat Society 

American Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Association

 
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