Pygmy Goats For Sale


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We believe it is in our kids best interests to be raised by their mothers so our kids will not be bottle fed unless there is a medical reason or a problem with the mother being able to feed the kid.

We have proven with our dam raised foundation does, that being raised by their mothers does not make them any less friendly or affectionate than bottle babies as long as they are well socialised and spend time with humans while they are young.

This means our babies will not be available to go to their new homes until they are fully weaned from their mother and eating properly on their own at around 10-12 weeks of age.


Our goats are sold vaccinated, disbudded, registered with the National Pygmy Goat Association of Australia, transferred into your name, NLIS ear tagged and de-wormed. Unless purchasing a breeding buck, males will be wethered (desexed).

Care information including feeding, training and hoof trimming is provided.

Our goats are far more than just livestock to us, they are a special part of our family and we spend time with them every day to make sure they are all happy, healthy, easy to handle and love to be around people.

We want the very best for our babies and offer lifetime support for any questions or concerns you may have.


Wethers start from $600 and breeding stock from $1500 depending on type, Pygmy Goat genetic percentage and colour.


  • A Property Identification Code (PIC) is required in order to buy, sell, and keep livestock on your property and record their movements. This is required even for pet animals and can be obtained by your state Department for Primary Industries
  • Council/Shire Approval is required to keep goats on your property
  • Pygmy Goats are herd animals and must be kept with at least one other goat for their physical and mental well being. Sheep, horses, chickens, dogs etc are not suitable substitutes for other goats. Because of their small size, other dehorned Pygmy or miniature goats are safer than full size breeds.
  • Pygmy Goats must have suitable shelter to protect them from the sun, wind and especially rain which they hate.
  • Adequate fencing preferably 110cm+ high (min 90cm) is required to keep Pygmy Goats safely contained and protected from predators such as dogs, foxes and eagles. Pygmy Goats are less likely to jump fences than other breeds, but they can go under fencing, squeeze through small gaps, push through weak fencing or climb obstacles 1m or less from the fence.


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