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A cute elf eared buck

​Ringwood, Queensland 

Australia 4343


04 1111 6544


The Australian miniature goat was developed by pairing smaller stature animals, both purebred and cross breeds, with small Australian rangeland goats. Careful selection by registered breeders has produced a healthy, smaller goat that breeds true to type with a wide range of colours available.

There are several ear types including pixie, munchkin and elf. 

Height is measured at the wither of the goat and acceptable heights of fully grown goats vary from 57-63.5cm for does and 62.5 - 65.5cm for bucks, depending on number of registered generations and association.

There are three main registries for miniature goats in Australia : AABMGS, MGA and MGBA.  We  encourage diversity and are members of all 3 societies.

Australian Miniature Goat - Price guide 

Prices vary depending on Pedigree, height,

the number of registered generations etc.


Bucks -        $350 to $1800

Does -          $350 to  $1000

Wethers -    $100 to $  300


Pygmy goats originated in West Africa and were imported into Europe and the USA. Their short stature was due to achondroplastic dwarfism  - leading to short legs, a plump body and a short head. The pygmy goat breed is being developed in Australia using imported semen and embryos from the USA. These genetics are being crossbred with select miniature goats to produce the Australian Pygmy Goat.  To ensure you are getting what you pay for, it is recommended that you purchase registered pygmy goats.  We will have 25% pygmy wethers, bucks and some doe kids available in late October 2016

Pygmy Goat Price Guide -

Bucks                                           Does 
62.5% $3,000 - $4,000               62.5% $3,000 - $4,000
50%     $2,000 - $3,000              50%    $1,500 - $2,500
25%     $1,000 - $1,500                25%    $1,000 - $1,500   
12.5%  $400 - $ 700                     12.5% $ 400 - $ 700


The Nigerian Dwarf is a miniature dairy goat of West African origin. They were imported into the USA at the same time as the pygmy, where the breed was developed further to have a conformation similar to that of the larger dairy goat breeds. At great cost and time, these genetics  (semen and embryos) have recently been imported into Australia as live goat imports into Australia are not permitted for biosecurity reasons. To develop the breed in Australia, registered Australian Nigerian Dwarf  (ND) goats are being bred up through a grading system to a recognised full blood percentage.  We will have 37.5% ND Bucks, wethers and some does available  for sale mid 2017.

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