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Bagot Nannies For Sale in Norfolk

(Posted August 2020)

North Norfolk District Council has up to 15 Bagot nannies available, including both adults and nanny kids.

For further details about the goats available, please contact Mark Frosdick.

Tel: 07825 743752 Email: mark.frosdick@north-norfolk.gov.uk


Hadleigh Farm Estate Rare Breeds Centre, home of the Reliance Herd, has several registered Bagots for sale. (Updated October 2020) 

We are reducing the number of our conservation grazing herd. Goats based in both Essex and Kent. 

2 x 2017 Billys – Reliance Zorro and Ying
5 x 2018 Billys – Oddsfarm Ice, Issac, Ian, I and Ink 
3 x 2019 Billys – Oddsfarm John2, Jason and Jude 

The following are all CAE accredited.

1 x 2019 Billy – Reliance Beau – proven stud male 
2 x 2011 Nannies – Retiring – Reliance Raven and Ripple 
1 x 2014 Nanny – Oddsfarm Crunch 
1 x 2019 Nanny – Reliance Bathilda

3 x 2020 nanny kids – Reliance Cherri, Coconut and Clara
3 x 2020 billy kids – Reliance Chester, Clyde and Caesar 

Can be sold as individuals, pairs or groups. 

For more information and photos of individuals please contact: 
Gemma Knott – Rare Breed Centre Operations Manager
Email: gemma.knott@salvationarmy.org.uk
Phone: 01702 558550 
Website: www.hadleighfarm.org.uk/visit-us/rare-breeds-centre 

Notes on Buying and Selling

Bagot goats are also advertised for sale on the Bagot Goat Society Grassroots Pedeweb System and on the Rare Breed Survival Trust’s  stock exchange at http://www.rbst.org.uk/stock-exchange and  updates from these two places are regularly posted above.

If you are not a member or if you have any specific requirements please get in touch with the Acting Secretary via the information on the contact details page.

We recommend that all purchasers ensure that Bagot goats offered for sale are registered with the Bagot Goat Society. Please contact the Acting Secretary for further advice on a particular Bagot goat’s registration status. All female and entire male Bagot goats should be registered with the Bagot Goat Society by their breeder. Bagot goats that have not been registered by their breeder are not entitled to inclusion in the Bagot Goat Herd Book without approval for their eligibility for entry by the Society’s Committee.

The Society wishes to encourage the registration of Bagot goats, therefore registration is free to all BGS members. Please contact the Secretary, Nick Bohemia, for further information regarding registration. The Society is here to help Bagot goat breeders and we welcome your enquiries.

The Bagot Goat Society does not offer any guarantees on the accuracy of information provided in the advertisements on this page. The Society does not offer guarantees on the health status of goats sold via this sales page. Purchasers are encouraged to visit and inspect all goats and the accompanying health documents where relevant before committing to purchase livestock.

Supporting Bagot Goats – a Primitive Breed Native to Britain

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