Just Kidding Farm

Welcome to Just Kidding Farm Goats Nigerian, Myotonic Fainting goats Registered tested Neg!                                   


 Myotonic Goats (Tennessee Meat Goat) for show, pets, meat and fun.

 Fainting Goats Don’t Faint
While many Myotonic goat breeders refer to their animals as “fainting goats,” Myotonic goats don’t actually faint. They’re affected by a genetic disorder called myotonia congenita that, when the goats are startled or scared, causes skeletal muscles, especially in their massive hindquarters, to contract, hold and then slowly release. Episodes are painless and the goats remain awake (they often continue chewing food they have in their mouths) until the stiffness passes. According to Myotonic Goat Description, 2005, by D. Phillip Sponenberg, DVM, Ph.D.

The Myotonic goats are a friendly goat which makes them good pets. They also make a very good meat goat with meat to bone ratio 4 to 1 making them higher meat to bone ratio then the boar goat.

Our Mission:

Is to raise fullblood Myotonic and Nigerian Dwarf Goats continuing to keep excellent breeding standards in order to produce  high quality goats.  As well as giving our buyers the level of quality they are looking for when owning a Myotonic, or Niegerian Dwarf Goats. To provide a natural environment, from our small farm in Gower Mo. for the tastiest  dairy, meat, eggs, fruits and vegetables (in season) as possible.


Nigerain Dwarf Milk Goats for show, pets and milking. We breed from well known lines such as Rosashorn, Goodwood, Prairie Wood, and Twin Creeks Luck of the Draw.  All outstanding milkers and champions!

 All of our goats are tested for CAE, CL, and Johne's. We keep records of health and kidding to present to our clients when they purchase from us.


The Nigerian Dwarf is a miniature breed of dairy goat originating in West Africa and developed in the United States. The balanced proportions of the Nigerian Dwarf give it the appearance of the larger breeds of dairy goats. The Nigerian Dwarf has a higher percentange of butterfat and produces a good  quantity milk for it's small size.  The Nigerian Dwarf is known for being reproductively sound. The Nigerian will breed all year round with the buck kids becoming fertile as young as 3 months of age. It is not uncommon for Nigerian does to produce from two to five kids.

American Goat Society (AGS) and the American Dairy Goat Association (ADGA) standards for Nigerian Dwarf goats state there is no minimum size for either sex, however, does must not be over 22 1/2 inches tall and bucks no more than 23 1/2 inches at the highest point of the withers. Any color or combination of colors is acceptable.


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