Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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At 4:58pm on February 20, 2012, Janel Rickey said…

Happy Birthday!! Hope you have a blessed day...

At 11:26am on February 20, 2012, Elyse Nicholson said…

HAPPY B-DAY ADRIENNE!! Hope the goats give you lots of love and kisses! :)

-WG4

At 2:01pm on July 3, 2011, Elyse Nicholson said…

Glad to hear to things are "up" for you! Congrats on the job. :) Things are going good here -- having show withdraws as this is the first year my Grand Champions are not being shown. :( Between the three of them they stole Grand Champion at the show for six straight years. And alas, they are now just pets --- but we are having so much fun this summer!

- WG4

At 10:16pm on June 27, 2011, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Glad to hear from you! I was wondering what you've been up to!
At 12:24pm on May 7, 2011, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
They haven't researched it beyond the four months, so I don't know. I look for signs of deficiency. Red hair roots on a black goat; white roots on a gold goat. Balding on the face, ears, and tip of tail. If you're giving it for copper deficiency, I can't imagine you'd need it more than about once every three months.
At 8:35pm on March 1, 2011, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Love your new profile pic!
At 11:41am on March 1, 2011, Elyse Nicholson said…

Love the new profile pic!! :)

 

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At 3:46pm on February 20, 2011, Elyse Nicholson said…

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ADRIENNE!!! Hope it's a special day filled with lots of joy!! :)

-WG4

At 1:34pm on February 20, 2011, Kare said…
I hope the rest of your day is lovely and wonder-filled! =)
At 1:32pm on February 20, 2011, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Happy birthday! Sorry Indiana wasn't nicer for you. Hope the rest of your day is great! My birthday is tomorrow.
At 10:11am on February 14, 2011, Elyse Nicholson said…

We never planned on three -- one was given to us because they got it as a "rare chick" with their order and didn't want a Japanese mixing with their Silkies. The other was suppose to be show chick, but his leg grew crooked and so he limps. We knew no one would buy him, so he stayed here when the rest of the show chickens were sold. And the last one was our first chick hatched here. Half-Rhode Island Red Bantem, half-Japanese Bantem rooster. He is the coolest looking thing.

 

Having three isn't all that bad -- surprisingly the one with the limp (Limpy) rules the roost and he is the smallest.:) But you are right, once they hear one rooster crow, they all crow!

At 9:11am on February 14, 2011, Elyse Nicholson said…
I know what you mean -- I am just glad the barn is really far from the house so we can't hear the three of our roosters crowing! And how cute -- it is always funny when their crow doesn't quite come out right. :)
At 2:40pm on February 13, 2011, Elyse Nicholson said…
Glad to hear Wally is making improvements! I had been wondering about the little guy. And as far as the crowing -- not always a bad thing. :P
At 2:51am on February 13, 2011, Melissa Johnson said…
Sorry Adrienne, I know it is hard to lose something, especially when you've worked so hard.
At 11:44pm on February 6, 2011, Kare said…

Welcome to the Making Dairy Products Group!  I'm excited to see what we will all teach and learn from each other.

 

At 8:40am on February 1, 2011, Elyse Nicholson said…

Glad to hear the little roo is making some progress. Poor little guy! :( And thanks for the note about me b-day! It turned out to be a really great day! :)

WG4

At 2:37am on February 1, 2011, Melissa Johnson said…
do you have babies yet?
At 3:27pm on January 28, 2011, Elyse Nicholson said…
Sorry to hear about your rooster. :( How is he doing now? Getting stronger?
At 11:57pm on January 26, 2011, Deborah Niemann-Boehle said…
Hope your rooster recovers! I usually just squirt a little hydrogen peroxide on their injuries, and they do seem to be amazingly resilient!

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