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Winding River Farm (Bev)
  • Female
  • Lorane, OR
  • United States
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Hello from Lorane, Oregon

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah Niemann-Boehle Aug 6, 2020. 1 Reply

I have been gone from this forum for a few years and missed it.   Been busy with our herd of goats.   We have far too many but keeps us busy in our older years.   We take them for walks in the woods…Continue

Sharing my baby pictures

Started May 15, 2016 0 Replies

I know all babies are beautiful but this year we are having some lovely ones.   Healthy - bouncing and pretty colors also.  This has been a good year.   Two more girls to go.…Continue

Does anyone like the white tattoo ink?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah Niemann-Boehle Sep 9, 2015. 3 Replies

I had two animals that the linear appraiser couldn't read the tattoo in their dark ears.  I had done them with the green ink.  They have been readable for several years but maybe fade.  He suggested…Continue

An update on our little spoiled baby.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah Niemann-Boehle Feb 18, 2016. 5 Replies

From the 1# 3oz little weakling - she is now just over a month old and quite the little character.   She can get out still thru the 4 in squares in the fence, under gates and cruises the farm.   She…Continue

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Winding River Farm (Bev) replied to Lil's discussion LGD questions.
"We have no guard dogs - wouldn't work so well for us with our house dogs and all.   We have good fencing - sheep and goat 4x4 inch squares - hot wire on the outside and lots of Niteguard flashing red lights on corner posts and gates -…"
Aug 21, 2020
Winding River Farm (Bev) replied to Naomi D'Andrea's discussion Mesh Hay Feeder
"If you are handy building things - my husband built some feeders with the idea from Constidine's book and they work so great.  The slats are on an angle like this and we find the goats keep their heads in the feeder and don't pull…"
Aug 20, 2020
Deborah Niemann-Boehle replied to Winding River Farm (Bev)'s discussion Hello from Lorane, Oregon
"Welcome back! I remember you. Sounds like things are going good for you. Your goats look great! We also create log climbing places for our goats. They love it so much. "
Aug 6, 2020
Winding River Farm (Bev) posted a discussion

Hello from Lorane, Oregon

I have been gone from this forum for a few years and missed it.   Been busy with our herd of goats.   We have far too many but keeps us busy in our older years.   We take them for walks in the woods and around our pond area as much as possible where they can get a lot of browse.   They love it.  Always an interesting day with this many little ones.    I only bred 5 girls this year as I am not doing linear appraisal the last few years and I don't need all the milk.   Our girls are pretty much…See More
Jul 30, 2020

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At 6:56pm on October 3, 2014, Myra Isaac said…
Thanks for the pic!!! I love it!!!! :) I was really worried after I got Mckinnley that I was allergic to rabbits but it turns out there must have been some residual chemical in her fiber that set me off. The longer she's with me the less I react and the less chemical she's been around. I'm very pleased. I'm hoping my husband will soon have some time to help me build a hutch for her. She's such a sweetie and I want to give her more room than she has. Wish you could teach me how you spun straight off of her!
I'm jealous of the sheep too altho my breed of choice would be the CVM/Romeldales. Eventually I hope to have a couple alpacas as well. I know, but it doesn't hurt to dream does it?
At 1:07am on September 28, 2014, Myra Isaac said…
I just got some papaya tablets! Thanks for the info! Now I'll know what to do if that would happen - Shudder! I have a beautiful (of course I'm biased!) French angora broken sable doe. She's a real sweetie. I love to spin altho I'm not super good at it yet. What other kind of animals did you have for fiber or was it just angoras? I'd love to see pics of you spinning from her back! I'd like to do that!! Do you have any of pieces of advice for me? What did you keep her in? Cage? Hutch? Mckinnley is in a wire cage with a board in it to rest her paws.

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