To Purchase a Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goat at All’s Copacetic Family Farm:
We sell Registered and Unregistered Nigerian Dwarf Goats. Our farm is located in Hants County, Nova Scotia. Please contact us for our breeding and kidding schedule or to be placed on our waiting list for 2020 kids.
Our Sales Agreement - by sending a deposit or placing a reservation on an animal, you indicate that you are in agreement with the following terms:
All Kids being sold as “registered” will come tattooed and dehorned. We dehorn within 3-5 days of kids being born. If new owner request for any kid to be left with horns, full payment of said animal is required within 3 days of birth. If new owner has requested for any buckling to be castrated, full payment of said animal is required before castration. We do not guarantee the fertility or performance of any “doeling” or “buckling”. The kid is guaranteed healthy at the time of sale. An All’s Copacetic “doe” or “buck” purchased for breeding will be guaranteed fertile - a refund or exchange will be given if shown proof via a veterinary certiﬁcation that a breeding animal is infertile and that said animal has received adequate care since leaving our farm. If the animal has kidded, was pregnant, or settled a doe since it was purchased from our farm, then the animal was fertile at the time of sale, and no refund or exchanges will be given. If a refund or replacement is given, all registration paperwork on the animal must be signed over to All’s Copacetic Family Farm at the current owners expense.
All’s Copacetic Family Farm guarantee’s that all animals leaving our farm are healthy- including but not limited to: an up to date Copper Bolus (if applicable), mineral and vitamin supplements received, appropriate wormer prevention, hooves trimmed, and are 100% ready to go.
Due to the stresses of transport and shipping, I can offer no health guarantees after they have left our farm. We are happy to ship our kids within Canada at the purchasers expense. All kids must be paid for in full before they leave our farm. Non-refundable deposits are only taken once kids are born. A deposit of 50% of the total cost is required to reserve each said animal. (Unless new owner has requested for horns to be left on the kid or castrated, then full balance would be due). Deposits can be paid via e-transfer, remaining balance can be made via e-transfer or cash before said animal leaves our farm property. If kids have not been picked up after 30 days of the agreed day, a fee of $5 a day will be charged for boarding. After 60 days the sale and monies paid will be forfeited.
We can not have goats return to our farm once they have left the property, as we have a closed herd. All’s Copacetic Family Farm can make no health guarantee after the animal leaves our farm. We have no control over your animal management and the health of other animals at your farm. We also encourage you to remember that moving an animal is very stressful for them and we encourage you to make transitions, especially feeding changes very slowly and to be as free of stress as possible. The purchaser is responsible for the crate to transport the goat, transportation of the goat, unless other arrangements are agreed upon. If you are new to goats, you need to be aware that your dog is not their friend. Dogs are predators and goats are prey. Even a small dog can be a threat to your animals. Please keep things as stress free as possible.
As all our animals are well taken care of and provided with adequate shelter, we encourage you to follow the same. Nigerian Dwarf Goats do not tolerate the rain and must have secure, dry housing and fencing that is of a proper design for housing them. If you are planning to use your goat for brush control and it will be tied up - please do not try to purchase from us. This can be a death sentence for goats. I reserve the right to refuse a sale if I feel the home is not going to be in the animals best interest. I also do not sell to a home that only wants one animal. Goats are herd animals, one is a lonely animal and two are a flock or herd. I recommend that if you are new to the animals, you should purchase a book or research how to properly care and provide a safe habitat for your Nigerian Dwarf. We will be responsible for the registration and the transfer of ownership of the goat. Any questions are more then welcome, don’t hesitate to ask! Thank-you.