Thursday, December 13, 2012

Need Home For Two Pygmy Does - Immediately Contact Owner If You Can Help


Hi Debbie,
Here are the pictures of my babes I am having to get rid of...
Please let me know if you know of someone that would be interested in them I want them to stay together..
Thanks so much
Eva

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

New Arrivals in December







Amber Waves Chocolat
Amber Waves Body Heat

Color: Rare Grey/brown

Sire: Proverbial Pygmies So Under Cover
Dam: Amber Waves For Your Consideration










Amber Waves The Celebration (Agouti)
Amber Waves A Face In The Crowd (Rare brown agouti)
Amber Waves Broadcast News (Rare Brown Agouti)
Sire: Jamba's Pygmies Little Saint Nick
Dam: Animal Haven Salsa






Amber Waves Mary Poppins
Amber Waves Captin Courageous

Sire: Jamba's Pygmies Little Saint Nick
Dam: Animal Haven Deception

All sold via Pre-Deposits

Happy Holidays From Amber Waves


Monday, November 26, 2012

Show Wins From Kelly Pugh with Amber Waves Does

Here is Garrett Revious showing princess.  She got champion junior doe and reserve grand champion doe over all.  Garrett also got outstanding pygmy goat exhibitor with all three of his Amber Waves goats. 



This is Dalton Garcia my cousin he showed Country for us.  She got reserve champion junior Doe.
Here is Garrett Revious with Kisses. She won Reserve champion senior Doe.


Thursday, November 22, 2012

Just Listed - Sweet White Caramel Wether - Can Hold Till Xmas



Name - Pending
DOB: 8/23/12
Sire: Twilight Ranch Storm Chaser
Dam: Jamba's Pygmies Firefly
Very sweet excellent pet or show prospect. Can Hold till Xmas
Click this link for more information
Price: $375.00


Email: debbie@amberwaves.info for more details



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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Pygmy goat and Bearded Silkie Customers Wanted



WANTED AMBER WAVES CUSTOMERS OF PYGMY GOATS AND BEARDED BANTAM SILKIES

CHANGED DATE OF FILMING TO 12/3/12 AT 9 am

National Geographic is coming out to film Amber Waves Pygmy goats and silkies.  They are looking for local customers of our goats and chickens to possibly  be included in the film segment.


Alternatively, we’d be happy to film anyone you know that treats their Silkies like a dog – ie dresses them up/ puts them in diapers/ leads them on a leash / watches TV with them on their lap. Am I right in understanding that you and Jim don’t really do that right? We would still of course love to feature your Silkies in the episode, we just need to supplement the story with visuals like the above.

The same goes for any of our pygmy goat customers who treat their goats like a dog.

Please email me information about your Silkie Chicken and or Your Pygmy Goat along with your contact information so I can pass the information on to the film producer.

Filming will be sometime after Thanksgiving.

Debbie and Jim Amber Waves


Friday, November 16, 2012

Amber Waves Sales List Up-Dated


Amber Waves Sales List



Pygmy Goats For Sale
All animals subject to prior sale and pre-deposits.


Does



Amber Waves Lili (Pending)
DOB: 10/25/12 - Brown Agouti
Sire: Hindsquarters fArm Austin
Dam: Little Eden's Sweet Ghirardeli
For Pictures and Pedigree Click Here




Wethers



Amber Waves Boogie NightsDOB: 11/12/12 - Agouti Wether
Sire: Jamba's Pygmies Little St. Nick
Dam: Bowler Farms Emily
For Pictures and Pedigree Click here
This guy is a bottle baby and doing great on the bottle. His mom did not have much milk so we made him and his brother a bottle-baby. Ready to go NoW!
Price: $375.00






Bucks


Amber Waves The Dirty DozenWhite Caramel Buck - DOB: 11/5/12
Gorgeous! Can go weaned or as bottle baby
Sire: Proverbial Pygmies So Under Cover
Dam: Hammork Family Farm Snickerdoodle
Click Here For Pedigree
This guy is a bottle-baby and ready to go now. He is awesome. Doing great on the
bottle.
Price: $650.00




Now Accepting Deposits December 2012- March 2013 Kiddings

E-mail: Debbie@amberwaves.info
Call (951) 233-4231

General Information

Amber Waves includes free of charge with your purchase... which is unique to Amber Waves.
Babies are available as bottle babies at about 2-3 days or when they are weaned in 6-8 weeks.
Kids Left Till Weaned
  • All kids are dehorned
  • All kids have their first shots, worming, and Coccidia treatment
  • All kids come with registered in the National Pygmy Goat Association and have an application for dual register them in the American Goat Society if available.
  • Our herd has been tested negative for CAE, CL and Johne's.
  • Lifetime Support
  • Auto-reminders when scheduled worming, shots or other health items are needed for your newly purchased pygmy kid.
  • The Pygmy Goat New Owners Handbook published by the National Pygmy Goat Association
Bottle Babies
  • All kids come with registration in the National Pygmy Goat Association and have an application for dual registration for the American Goat Society if available. Life-time support
  • Auto-reminders when scheduled worming, shots or other health items are needed for your newly purchased pygmy goat kid.
  • The Pygmy Goat New Owners Handbook, published by the National Pygmy Goat Association.
  • Kids may be brought back for de-horning and/or castration
Payments Accepted: Cash, Checks (allow time for check to clear), All Major Credit Cards and PayPal
Shipping: We ship nationwide and internationally.




Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Update on Amber Waves China Town


From Erin Murphy 

Hi Debbie,
He's doing great! He's gotten the hang of the bottle and is nursing/ gaining well. His new name is 'Dexter'. I tried to come up with something  'Chinatown' related; but he doesn't look like a Jake and didn't think I should name a kid Polanski.
I'll send more photos when it's warmer outside.
Just love the little guy!
Erin

Note: This is the little one pound baby kid we offered for free to a good home.

Welcome Our newest addition to Amber Waves

Meet Augie

Registered Great Pyrenees puppy.. Male.. More pictures coming



Hi Debbie:
  Just wanted to send you pictures of Lucy and Ethel on their Little Tykes play gym.  They love it!  They're so much fun.
Thanks,


Amy  and Peter from Santa Ana, CA




Thursday, November 8, 2012

Feeding Tips: Pygmy Goat Vs Dairy Goats

FEEDING TIPS:
Pygmy Goats vs. Dairy Goats
Pygmy Goats vs. Dairy GoatsModern goats originated from the wild goats that roamed the mountains of Asia and Eastern Europe. Along with sheep, they were some of the first animals to be domesticated between 6000 and 7000 B.C. for their milk, meat, hair and hides. Today, people continue to raise goats for these reasons and for pets. Over the centuries many breeds have developed that have specific qualities that make them better suited for each of these different tasks.

DAIRY GOATS
Some of the most common types of dairy goats in the United States are Nubian, La Mancha, Nigerian Dwarf, Alpine, Oberhasli, Saanen and Toggenburg. The Alpine, Saanen and Toggenburg breeds originated in the French and Swiss Alps and are often referred to as the "Swiss" type breeds. They are very similar in conformation, all having upright ears, straight or slightly dished faces and an alert, graceful, deer–like appearance.
  • Nubian: Originated in Great Britain and is the most common breed in the U.S. They are medium–large and live well in very warm climates. Nubians are meatier and produce less milk than some other dairy breeds.
  • LaMancha: Developed in Oregon and are believed to be of Spanish origin. Known for their small ears, LaManchas are medium sized, very hardy, and excellent for colder climates.
  • Nigerian Dwarf: Miniature dairy goats known for their high quality milk, which generally has high butter–fat content.
  • Alpine: Medium–large size and are good milkers with long lactations. They are believed to have Swiss and French influence and can easily produce 3 liters of milk per day.
  • Oberhasli: Medium–sized Swiss Dairy goats. They are generally sweet natured but very alert.
  • Saanen: Largest of dairy goat breeds. Known for their superior milk production, Saanens are often compared to Holstein dairy cattle in terms of relative milk production.
  • Toggenburg: Thought to be the oldest and purest Swiss goats. They are medium size, have moderate production and are great for pets due to their gentle nature.
PYGMY GOATS
Pygmies are miniature goats that originated in West Africa and were once called Cameroon Dwarf goats. Although they produce small amounts of high quality milk and are considered meat goats, pygmies are becoming increasingly popular as pets in urban and suburban areas. Typically they are 15 to 20 inches tall and weigh between 35 and 60 pounds. Because pygmy goats have very small ureters (the tube that empties the bladder), they are more prone to urinary calculi and must be carefully managed, including eaing a feed containing a urinary acidifier like ammonium chloride.

MEAT GOATS
Popular meat breeds include Boer, Kiko, Kinder, Myotonic, Spanish, Tennessee Meat Goat™, and TexMaster™.
  • Boers: Classic meat goats from South Africa. Their name comes from the Dutch word for farmer. They have a fast growth rate and excellent carcass qualities. They can grow quite large, with bucks weighing several hundred pounds, yet they are quite docile and are popular show animals.
  • Kikos: From New Zealand and are named after the native Maori word for flesh or meat. They were developed for survivability and fast growth.
  • Kinders: Have only been around for about 20 years, but are small dual purpose goats, great for both milking and meat production.
  • Myotonics: Also known as Wooden Leg or Tennessee Fainting goats. When they get excited or frightened, their limbs often lock up causing them to fall over or faint for a few seconds.
  • Spanish: Also known as brush goats, because of their ability to clear brush and other undesirable plants. Their input requirements are often lower than other goats, making them popular for meat production. However, in addition to meat production, they are good kidders and milk producers.
  • Tennessee Meat Goat™: Developed by Onion Creek Ranch in Texas by breeding full blood myotonic goats. The contraction of the muscles causes their meat to be very tender.
  • TexMaster™: Developed by Onion Creek Ranch by breeding Tennessee Meat Goats with Boers for faster growth.
PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT:
Purina® Goat Mineral
Purina<sup>®</sup> Goat MineralTo best meet your goat's nutritional needs and to avoid potential toxicities, always use a goat–specific mineral supplement. Purina® Goat Mineral is a uniquely formulated mineral supplement that provides a concentrated source of salt, calcium, phosphorus, trace minerals, and vitamins. It is rich in nutrients that are essential for proper development and the well–being of goats of all ages and breeds. In addition, giving your goat Purina® Goat Mineral helps to stimulate water intake, which in turn helps reduce the risk of urinary calculi.
  • Copper and zinc: for supple skin and a healthy coat
  • Calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and vitamin D: for strong bone and hoof development and excellent milk production
  • Potassium, sodium, sulfur, iron, cobalt, iodine and manganese: for overall good health
  • Vitamin E and selenium: for strong muscle development and healthy immune system maintenance
  • Coarse particle: for less waste and dust
Remember that feed consumption will vary with life stage, environment and activity. Also, be sure adequate amounts of fresh, clean water are always available. This product is available regionally, so please check with your local Purina dealer for ordering details.
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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Amber Waves Beverly Hills Cop (Wether) FOR SALE

This guy is very nice... Price $275 sold as a wether. Dehorned, Registered, first shots and ready to go.
He is only available if the deposit balance  on him does not come through by Noon.   First person that contacts us and pays for him has him.  We no longer hold goats without payment.

It is very rare we have kids this age for sale.

E-mail Debbie@amberwaves.info after noon  11/7 or call Jim (951) 233-4231 after noon.







Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Free Pygmy Goat Bottle Baby - Wether

Free to a good home! I have one baby pygmy male (wether) that was born last night he weighed 1.12 lbs. He needs a lot of special care and bottle feeding and I don't have the time working and all.

So I will give him to a good home with experience in raising babies. He needs to go hopefully today (11/6/12) . I am giving him away as a wether.

E-mail me at: debbie@amberwaves.info

He has found a new home.  Thank you everyone!!!

Friday, November 2, 2012

Monday, October 29, 2012

Now Available for All Pygmy Goat Purchases

Thursday, October 25, 2012

New Arrival Amber Waves Lili (Pending)

Amber Waves Lili

Brown Agouti Doe Kid - DOB: 10/25/12

Sire: Hindsquarters Farm Austen
Dam: Little Eden's Sweet Ghirardelli









New Arrival - Amber Waves A Foreign Affair

Amber Waves A Foreign Affair (Pending)
Agouti Wether/Buck - DOB: 10/23/12
Sire: Jamba's Pygmies Little Saint Nick
Dam: Bowler Farms Kisseybaby




Picture taken less than 24 hours old.

New Arrival - Amber Waves Breathless

Amber Waves Breathless (Pending)
DOB: 10/23/12 - Brown Agouti Doe
Sire: Jamba's Pygmies Little Saint Nick
Dam: Bowler Farms Kisseybaby
For Sale

Picture less than 24 hours old

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