Goats

We now have 3 pygmy-cross does.  Here’s a few pictures of my “other kids”.  I hope you enjoy.

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Daisy

Daisy

Feeding Hope

Feeding Hope

Feeding the goats their sweet feed

Feeding the goats their sweet feed

My son giving the goats their sweet feed. Goats from left to right: Zoe, Cap, Jenny and the back of Fay’s head.

Enjoying the nice day (spring '05)

Enjoying the nice day (spring '05)

This is an old picture but a nice one so I thought I’d share it with you.  That’s my oldest son.  Goats from left to right: Daisy (mom to Hope, Zoe and Cap), Jenny, Zoe and in the background: Hope.

We’ve had the goats for a long time!  At least 10 yrs.  We let them out that day to roam around.  They never go far and always stick together.  The larger the herd the easier it is to ‘herd’ them.

Watch for more pictures to come!

Gone, but not forgotten…
In loving memory of Jenny:

Jenny talking?

Jenny talking?

Jenny

Jenny

In loving memory of Fay:

Fay

Fay

Fay standing in her feed bin

Fay standing in her feed bin

In loving memory of Cap:

Cap

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7 responses

    • Yolanda, no, we don’t. They started out as 4H projects for the boys. Now that the boys are all grown up, the goats are just living out their lives here with us. 🙂 God willing, I’d like to get a milk goat this summer! I’m milking a cow now, so I figure a goat’s not that far off and I have experience raising them, so I think I can do it.

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