If you’re looking for Pygmy goats for sale in Arizona, you’ve come to the right place! Because on this page you’ll find a complete, current list of Pygmy goat breeders in Arizona.
We also provide an interactive map that shows you where the Pygmy goats are for sale in Arizona.
We also have a list of Pygmy goat resources in Arizona (state associations, extension programs, and more) that can help your Boer goat operation!
If you know of a resource that we’ve missed, please make sure to send us a message!
Table of Contents:1 Map of Arizona Pygmy Goat Breeders2 Pygmy Goat for Sale in Arizona – Current List of Arizona Pygmy Goat Breeders2.1 8 Stones2.2 Ahsum Pygmies2.3 Ferrin Farms2.4 Harbor View Pygmies2.5 J Star Ranch Pygmies2.6 Orange Blossom Pygmys2.7 White Hills Pygmy Goats3 Pygmy Goat Resources in Arizona3.1 Associations3.2 Publications3.3 University Agricultural Extension Programs & Services3.4 Events3.5 4-H Clubs3.6 Facebook Groups
Map of Arizona Pygmy Goat Breeders
(Click the red pin on the map to see the address of the breeder and get directions.)
Pygmy Goat for Sale in Arizona – Current List of Arizona Pygmy Goat Breeders
|Nichole Stone/The Stone Family|
|11200 N. Derringer Rd., Marana, AZ, 85653|
|April & Susan Seiler|
|10018 W Camino De Oro, Peoria, AZ, 85383|
|5439 West Piedmont Dr., Laveen, AZ, 85339|
Harbor View Pygmies
|1643 W. El Caminito Drive, Phoenix, AZ, 85021|
Orange Blossom Pygmys
|5035 W. Port Au Prince, Glendale, AZ, 85306|
White Hills Pygmy Goats
|Larry/ Lois Baldwin|
|813 Sgt. Woodall, Camp Verde, AZ, 86322|
Pygmy Goat Resources in Arizona
- Breeding – Body Condition
- Showmanship of Project Animals
- Feeding Does for the Breeding Season
- Arizona Seasonal Passes for Exhibition Livestock
- Being Prepared for Show Livestock Injuries and Illnesses
- Feeding Bucks to Prepare for the Breeding Season, and Beyond
- Breeding Older Does
- Kidding Supplies
- Colostrum and Newborn Kids
- Feeding Management for Kids
- Lactation Dry Period
- Linebreeding, inbreeding…what’s the difference?
- Prescription vs Non Prescription Drugs
- Problems related to nutrition
- Q Fever