Page Last Updated: July 13, 2018
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We started this contest in 2010 and have given away one kid annually since then.
Rules on how to enter are listed below.
What is the KW Farms Kid Giveaway Contest?
Our Kid Giveaway is a fun herd promotion contest by which we choose/draw (depends on the year) one lucky person to receive one of our Nigerian Dwarf kids at no cost. This is an annual giveaway that happens in the springtime usually, during our kidding season. We take entries up until a deadline and once closed, we choose or draw one person or family to receive the giveaway kid. The kid to be given away may be a buck, doe, or wether. In the past, the winner was welcome to choose from any available kids, but for 2018, we have already picked the doe kid to be given away.
Previous Giveaway Kids & Winners
Congratulations to our 2018 winner, Corinna Curtis!
Congratulations to our 2017 winner, Maddison Reed!
Congratulations to our 2016 winner, Zachary Bock!
Congratulations to our 2015 winner, Chelsea Johansen and family! Good luck with KW Farms SN Night Song!
Congrats to our 2014 winner, The Leib Family! Hope you enjoy KW Farms SH Carte Blanche!
Congratulations to our 2013 winners, Samantha, Rebecca, and Jessica! Have fun with KW Farms LE Orchid!
Congratulations to our 2012 winner, Karen Khronert! Good luck with KW Farms Princess Sassy!
Congratulations to our 2011 winner, Cyndi at Five Fold Farms! Hope you have fun with KW Farms PB Twinkle Toes!
Congratulations to our 2010 and first kid giveaway winner, Tisie Brasuell! Hope you enjoy KW Farms GM Kens5LeafKlover!
How to enter:
1) Must complete questionnaire at the bottom of page.
2) Any youth submissions must have consent from a parent.
3) If you want to enter for a buck or doe, you must have current membership to: AGS, ADGA, or NDGA.
If entering for a wether, you do not need membership.
4) Plan to keep this "gifted" kid permanently. The giveaway kid is not intended for someone looking to resell.
4) Be familiar with the Nigerian Dwarf breed and care requirements.
6) Have a secure and appropriate pen and shelter, at least on other goat for a companion, and be able to provide proper care.
7) Have lots of love and time to devote to the new kid.
Terms & Conditions:
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