Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

After taking the children to school I went to the farm. It is a very peacefull way to start off the work day. As you can see it is on the river bank and floods so for a month or so a year I have to move everyone to another place. That is why I chose to make my chicken coop on a trailer. Lock them up at night and move in the mornings when needed. Now I have some ducklings that I have added. This morning there was a pilliated woodpecker and what I call sapsuckers pecking away while I was feeding. Here are some photos of the chickens and goats I took this morning. I will have to get some of the goats later.

yolanda and some of the chickens

yolanda and patches

Yolanda and goldie

Chickens and water in the woods. the reason i am going to switch to ducks eventually.

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