The average Nigerian Dwarf goat eats aboutone to two pounds of dry matter per day(3-4% of body weight in pounds). For a diet that consists primarily of hay, this amount would be closer to three or four pounds.
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What do you feed a Nigerian Dwarf goat?
Grain supplement may also be needed by pregnant does as their time nears, by mothers nursing kids and when pasture or good hay is limited. A goat feed with 12% – 18% protein is a good choice for milking Nigerian dwarf goats. Make certain the feed does not contain urea because it is toxic to goats.
How long does it take to wean a Nigerian dwarf baby goat?
The following is a quick and easy reference based on the average Nigerian Dwarf baby goat. First 3 days – Colostrum You’ve heard the term before it’s the 6AM – 10AM – 2PM – 6PM – 9PM The above chart goes to 16 weeks but, most people ween bucks at 8 weeks old and does at 12 weeks old.
How much should I Feed my Goat per day?
Weigh your goat. Convert that to ounces (16 oz in a pound) divide that by 12% and then divide that by how many feedings per day based on their age in the chart below. That will be the exact ounces that you should be feeding per serving. Head should always be tipped up.
How much milk for a 90 day old baby goat?
Feeding Chart for Baby Goats 1-90 Days Old Age Milk Conc. Mixture Green/Day 1-3 days Colostrum 300ml 3 feedings 4-14 days 350ml 3 feedings 15-30 days 350ml 3 feedings A little A little 31-60 days 400ml 2 feedings 100鈥?50 grams Free choice 1 more rows …