Boy are we excited!
SIMPLE PULSE
professional milking machine.  Perfect for the
small herd and show persons.  Demonstration
video's at  
www.SimplePulse.net
and at an affordable price
(patent pending)
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Why raise Nigerian Dwarf Goats?

They are so personable

.... come in all colors and color patterns

.... produce enough milk for a small family
without an overabundance

.... take less feed and space per animal than
standard breeds

.... are small enough for children to control
and manage

.... are good projects for children in 4-H and
FFA

.... can clean out areas overgrown with
brambles  and brush

.... are fun to show
Members of:
Listen up!  It's heads off my kid, OK?                                         She's sure a little show off!                                                         I told you to leave her alone!!!
SOME OF THE OTHER CRITTERS THAT SHARE
OUR LIVES
Look close, one of those newborn kids, isn't a kid,
but our mischievous Chihuahua, Miss Ellie.  When
the kids said "maaaa," she said "here I am."
Spot enjoying a bit of
winter sunshine in
the back yard.
She keeps our barn
varmint free... almost
Angel watches over Crystal and Joey
while waiting for a phone call.
KIDS LOVE KIDS


Home of Registered Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

We live in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains at the edge of the Willamette Valley in Oregon.
The pictures you see as our header background are taken on the Little North Fork of the Santiam River.
We live a little way from it on a rather small acreage that limits the numbers in our herd.
While it's not ideal for our goats, we feel blessed to be able to live in such a beautiful area and love to share it.
2013 - Herd Tested Negative - Site Updated March 15, 2014
HERD DISPERSAL IN PROGRESS
North Fork Nigerians
Northern Fork is our ADGA registered farm name
AGS North Fork Misty 'O Darling
with owner Jessica N. at the
Yamhill County Fair in Oregon
where she won many honors
William feeding Sugar,
our purebred Saanan
doe..."why is she so
different?"
It would help to be an octopus
to feed these kids!
Alexander feeding Darcy.  Hey, feeding
one is a piece of cake!
Now this is what you're supposed to do at a
show.  You must all learn this.
Today's  lesson at
goat school.......
NOPE, it's not a Nigerian!
Liz & Larry Bergin
PO Box 792
Lyons, OR 97358
(503) 859-2352


THESE PICTURES DEPICT THE BIRTHING (KIDDING) AS IT PROGRESSED.
THE KIDS ARE ONLY SECONDS....THEN MINUTES OLD.
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LizandLarry@northforknigerians.com
FOR HEALTH REASONS WE ARE
Dispersing our herd
Please contact regarding
Prices -
offers considered.