Four Nigerian Dwarf Goats Stolen From Polk County 4-H Livestock Program

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Between Thursday, October 15, and Sunday, October 18, 2020, four goats were stolen from the Polk County 4-H livestock herd, including two pregnant does. All were stolen from inside a locked paddock on Extension property.
As you can imagine, our Extension staff and our whole 4-H community are devastated by this loss. Yes, these goats are crucial to the 4-H Livestock program…but more than that, they are beloved members of our N.C. Cooperative Extension of Polk County family!
Below, you will find pics and descriptions of each goat that has disappeared. If you see any of these goats appear for sale on social media groups, Craigslist, email groups, etc, PLEASE follow up to let us know so that we can alert the appropriate authorities.
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Latte is a 3-year-old pregnant Nigerian Dwarf. She is coffee-colored with a partially white face and has a full white beard.


MacGyver is Latte’s son and is also a cream and white colored Nigerian with a heart-shaped nose. He has a lame right front leg and walks with a limp.


Kit-Kat is not quite a year old. She is a small Nigerian and is distinctly marked with a brown torso, white haunches, and a multicolored face of black, white, and brown.


Blue is a pregnant two-year-old black-and-white Nigerian Dwarf doe. She has a distinct black “bone-shaped” marking on her face, a mostly black torso, and white legs.