Egidio Farms
                       ADGA Registered Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats 

Egidio Goats breeds and sells show and dairy quality nigerian goats nationwide and Artisian Goat Milk Soap. View our site to see breeding schedules, pictures, and information on our farm and goats for sale.

Triology Farms MH Honey Beat

Dink, as we lovingly call her, is just that. A teensy perfect little doe, who will most likely be a 3 year old FF due to her small stature. I adore this little goat, and her genetics are nothing to sneeze at either.

 Dink freshened with twin does by Whiskey in 2015, and a Fantastic FF udder. We are Super excited to see what the future holds for her! 

 

 

 

He mother, CH Algedi Farm DJ Melodica, is a really beautiful doe, well blended, and posses a very pretty udder. She is a daughter of CH Algedi Farm D Capella, by CH Algedi Farm Drops of Jupiter.Her breeder, Kalee at Algedi Farm, had this to say about Melodica-

 Melodica is very correct, She stands on straight
front legs, and wide set, angular rear legs, with
lovely dairy character, but retains balance in her
correct depth of barrel and width in the chest
floor.  Her topline is level, and her body is long.  
She has  lovely  head - a broad muzzle, with her
mother's eyes.   We  have high hopes for this
beautiful doeling who is triple bred on Zenith!
Another great kid from Kalee, (Algedi Farms)
thank you again, we are so happy with her
Picture courtesy of Algedi Farm

 

 Above photos thanks to Trilogy Farm

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Mel has been sold to Denise at Hetland Creek- She has since finished her, and was kind enough to let me use these photos for my two daughters we proudly own! The udder photos are from her 3rd fresh udder.

 

 

 

 

 

Dink's father is the very impressive Algedi Farm MB Manuka Honey. He is a son of SGCH Rosasharn's UMT Tupelo Honey 4*D E91, by Twin Creeks BW Montego Bay ++*S.

 Above photo thanks to Trilogy Farm 

 Sire's dam's udder

 Above photo thanks to Algedi Farm