New Salem, MA


September 27

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  • You are probably better equipped to answer that question than me. You know what you have in terms of housing and pasture. Bio-security is always a concern when bringing in new animals. If you want to chat about it more, you should post in the forum. I'm sure others would be happy to share their experiences.

  • Thanks! Hope you like it!

  • This is a small pen I use mostly in the winter, the shed is for daytime use. It is very difficult to clean out as it is not very tall & has no big door.  They are in the barn every night, we have coyotes & I would hate for them to be tortured in that small shed!  The hay feeder my DH made. It would fit nice under your awesome roofed structure for your hay bag! Right now I only have the 3. I am expecting April 27 for Jane to kid. Anne just kidded 2 weeks early & I lost all 3. Such a tragedy!

  • Hello Lyn, thank-you for your comments on Bandit, Abby and Jazzy, I left my reply to you on their photo pages, but wasn't sure you got them.  I'm still trying to figure out the format of this forum.  I really enjoy your pictures, lovely place and goats you have too.

  • thank you

  • Hej from Sweden!

    Wow how really kind of you to ask me to be a friend! I would love it ! Thanks so much! i love you photos and if I weren't so far away I would love your beautiful rabbit. i am sure he or she will get a great new home!



  • Lyn, your photos kind of got me choked up!! Your barn is adorable, your goats are adorable and you have one lucky family!! I'm totally going to decorate my animal house for Christmas..
  • Congratulations! Be sure to post pictures!
  • all your pictures are very nice!
  • nice photos Lyn!  So sweet, your doe is pretty.  Mine have blue eyes also, but not as dark.  Rockin' chair on the porch?  yep, we are kindred spirits.  LOL.
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