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Milkyway Farm

Quality Miniature Horses for show & pets, Nigerian Dwarf goats

Jim and Ann Wyrosdick
Fred Ash RoadDahlonega, GA 30533

HORSES -We had three filly foals in spring of 2020 and all were SOLD within a short period of time. We won't have any more for sale until spring of 2021 and will post them on this website. However, we are currently adding to our waiting list who will have first choice. We screen potential new homes and all have gone to excellent homes. Please check out our show quality foals at pet prices. We are expecting four mares to foal in April of 2021. We have mostly double registered, retired show mares or mares by champion stallions or who have produced champions. Not only will you have a miniature horse with a fabulous temperament but also one of beauty and correct conformation you can be proud to show and share with family and friends. We breed for quality horses at affordable prices. We enjoy sharing our horses and making fantastic new friends to add to our extended horse family. We also mentor those new to horses as well as experienced horse owners new to minis.

GOATS - We had thirty eight live kids in 2021. Twenty of them have been sold to our waiting list. We are keeping six to add to our herd. Thanks for all your inquiries. However, we can add you to our waiting list for spring 2022 if you will email to let us know. Doelings and adult does are in very short supply this year with very few advertised and available. We still have seven doelings and five bucklings left that are available. Contact us for pictures and details.

We had thirty five kids born in 2020 with a record response due to the Covid pandemic. We bred twenty does to kid in February through April. They are a combination of purebred Nigerian with a few part bred Pygmy/Nigerian crosses. See a sampling of the kids in the photos. About half will have blue eyes and some will be polled. The rest are disbudded. Our herd sire, who is black with white splashes and blue eyes, is ADGA and AGS registered from quality milk lines and will have more kids this year subject to registry. There will also be kids from top bloodlines in the state that come with no papers. The photos show a sampling of colors. Most are variations of buckskin and some are very colorful. We do expect a different mix of colors using our new black and white sire and are hoping for more tri-color kids. Our herd has been previously tested for all diseases and had a clean bill of health.

Our 2021 suggested prices start at $200 for wethers, $300 for purebred unregistered bucklings to $350 for registered herd sire potentials, $350 for Pygmy Nigerian cross doelings and $400 and $450 for purebred doelings. Registered doelings offered will be $500 and we add $25 to the above prices for any with blue eyes. Pricing is subject to change depending on the market.

Please feel free to contact us for more information via email or landline only. Thanks for checking us out.

Farm Terms & Financing

We are taking deposits of 50% down to hold the baby of your choice. Cash, check or PayPal is accepted. We prefer cash for the balance when the foals are ready to leave at four or five months or goat kids are ready to leave at 8 weeks. Transport of foals or goats and any vetting required is also at the expense of the buyer. Deposits are generally non refundable

Reg. Miniature Horses and Nigerian Dwarf Goats

We have been breeding and raising registered miniature horses since 2003 when we bought our first ones. I have owned big horses all my life, bred, trained, and successfully shown Palomino Quarter Horses. As I got older and the big foals harder for me to handle and train on my own, I decided to switch over to miniatures. My past experience with the big horses helped me to develop an eye for a quality miniature. We started with minis from one of the leading miniature farms in the southeast. We currently have two stallions and nine broodmares most of which are double registered from excellent, proven bloodlines and all have great dispositions. Some are retired show horses, one produced a reserve world champion halter filly who later became a champion driving mare. One is the daughter of a three times top ten driving stallion in the nation in both breed registries. Disposition and quality is our goal.

We have been raising goats since 1999 and started with Pygmies. We bought our first purebred Nigerians in 2012 and fell in love with the breed. One doe has had five kids at a time on two occasions and four last year. She is also a sweetheart and although pretty wild when we got her at age four, has turned into one of the sweetest of the herd. December 2015 we bought our first two registered Nigerians and in 2016 bought our first double registered Nigerian buck. We have grown our herd to a total of 22 and are gradually phasing out the Pygmies. We like the colors of the Nigerians, the blue eyes and some are polled. We are also finding more customers are wanting a back yard milk goat. Plus the Nigerians make excellent pets and are very kind.