Betty finally kidded! buck/doe twins, buckling didn’t make it, but baby “Connie” is gorgeous! Here’s a few photos of all our lovely ladies on the pasture just 3 days after Betty kidded.
We purchased our first bottle baby! Still deciding on a name before she gets registered. Dam is: DKGH ROCK-IT GO BUTTERCUCP Sire is: PIPPIN HILL DB PRINCE CHARMING She’s very long and level, and friendly as can be! We are really excited to have her in our herd and on pins and needles to see her … More New Lines!
LOVE those mini nubian ears! haha! Bebe getting to know our new doe, Rue (more info on her page which can be found via the Does page), and Rue’s little wether buddy, Jet. Pretty goaties! There she is! She’s a bit on edge, so appears a bit steep in the rump right now, but she’s … More Happy Goats, with a New Friend…
We’ve updated the breeding schedule for this year, Does are getting bred this month! Get your reservations in early while spots are available! We’ll have moonspots and hopefully even some blue eyes in the mix this year! 1st and 4th generation kids! All doelings will be registered American with MDGA, bucklings will be registered once … More Breeding Schedule 2017-2018
Adelle got the herd out of the barn! just so you know, that thing in the photos above, its NOT the barn, its just the chicken tractor 😉 Following the leader, the leader, the leader… The chickens played it safe and mostly stuck in the main entry way of the barn. Star was having a … More Goats In The Snow!
And… almost over already!? Yep, We bred Adelle for February kids to Daystar’s Sir John back in September, took Bebe to have a date with W4’s Sir Royal Roan just last week, now we just have our girl Star to breed! Since this will be her first freshening, we’re gonna wait till middle of next … More Breeding Season is Under Way…
Breeding season is well under way! Adelle came into a raging heat on the 15th, was bellering ALL.DAY.LONG!!! Finally took her to meet Daystar’s Sir John (the buck I selected to breed her with). She had such fun running around with him for close to an hour! Then, it was SO dark out and our … More Farm Happenings: September 2016