for people who love the littlest dairy goats
The little guy came home today, he's settling in just fine. We made a outside pen for him for the day time and we have him in the barn tucked away safe and sound for the night. I will keep him away from my other two for a while. This guy is small. After all this he might not be staying with me long. I have a few people very interested in him. We'll see. This time it's all about finding the right home for him, if I can't well then I guess I…Continue
So I've decided to take in the unwanted Nigerian Dwarf goat that a co-workers daughter bought because she thought it was cute, had if for a week and decided she didn't want it, so off to another co-workers home because she thought her son would like it, well it's been about another week and she doesn't want it. So I'm taking it. I get very frustrated with some peoples thinking. This poor little guy hasn't seen a vet yet has been moved…Continue
Zoe kidded about two weeks after I noticed her udder. Her kids were smaller than the other five born here in the last three weeks. She was in with the buck to keep him company until I noticed her udder and did not get a whole lot of grain since I didn't know she was even pregnant! So..I think I have been feeding my pregnant goats too much and thats why the first five were bigger.
All of the kids are growing and doing well.…Continue