Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Plastic Pygmy Nanny Goat

A remarkable replica of a hardy little breed!

Our Plastic Pygmy Nanny Goat

Made of hand-painted, solid plastic by Safari, Ltd., one of the best names in plastic toy animals, this plastic pygmy nanny goat's superior design and details makes it a museum-quality replica or collector's item, and yet the price puts it in range for the average collector of plastic animals. This remarkable figure measures 3 inches long and 1 1/2 inches tall. Each pygmy nanny goat comes with an informational tag in French, Italian, Spanish, German, and English. These sturdy, durable figures are also excellent for school projects, novelties, party favors or even as children's toys. You can make a superb farm scene or farm animal shoebox diorama using these and other plastic creatures from our gift shop. Best of all, there is no mess, no feeding, and no stall or pen cleaning :) Come see our wonderful assortment of farm animals.

About Pygmy Goats

Indigenous to the Cameroon Valley of West Africa, the pygmy goat was first imported to North America in the 1950s to be used as research animals or zoo exhibits. Today, the pygmy goat is a popular household pet, and can even be found in urban and suburban households. Although pygmy goats produce a large quanitity of milk for their size and can be eaten, they are not typically raised for either of these productions, as other breeds of goat excel in these capacities far better than pygmy goats. Females tend to be 50 - 75 pounds, and males tend to weigh 60- 85 pounds. Pygmy goats come in a variety of colors, ranging from white caramel to black. A robust animal, pygmy goats can adapt to almost any climate, and are enthusiastic jumpers, capable of leaping onto small vehicles.

This blog is sponsored by Tapir and Friends Animal Store.

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