Kinder Goats

Kinders were developed in Washington state in the 1990's. A first generation Kinder is a cross between a registered Pygmy and a registered American or Purebred Nubian. Each subsequent generation is bred Kinder to Kinder. The name Kinder is trademarked by the Kinder Goat Breeder's Association. 

An ideal Kinder is a mid-sized, dual purpose animal, meaning it provides decent (or great!) quantities of both meat and milk. An ideal Kinder is easy-keeping, calm, and prolific.

I call them a well-kept secret.

For more information, check out this article I wrote for Goat Journal here, as well as the links on this page!

For more information on Kinders, check out these resources!