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Introducing a young male Pygmy to my older lady

 
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I recently acquired a 3 year old lovely lady. She is a Pygmy goat and lost her best friend a few months back. My friend had to move and we agreed to adopt her. She has been with us for a few days and is slowly aclimating to her new home. She is not grazing, but is eating her feed. She mainly stay in her goat shed. I want to get her a new companion and have been looking into getting a young male, and see if we can start a new herd with them. I am new to having goats and would love any tips on how to best set this all up.
 
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