Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

for people who love the littlest dairy goats

So this morning while I was cleaning the doe pen the girls were out eating leaves under this mysterious fruit tree that we have. I came inside to get something and David said " I see four big goats outside." and I said " What? I only let the girls out, who is it?" So I looked and it's my wether. No earthly idea how he could have gotten out. Put him back went to work...I got home from work today and my wether IN the pen with the 3 girls and its tightly SECURED. Diego has been a thorn in my side since the day he was born!!( 2/2/11) He JUMPED/CLIMBED a 4ft Combo panel with nothing to climb on anywhere near it. TWICE!! First from his pen then into the doe pen. And the little baby buckling whom I have not figured out how to secure yet was also over there, so my buck was over there by himself on top of his house wondering why in the wold he's alone over there. I love and hate that goat so much at the same time. I have never been able to get that goat to stay away from his mother for very long.  I guess I will have to electrify it now.

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Comment by Janel Rickey on November 3, 2011 at 2:41pm
That's what I was going to say, "But he's soooo cute!!" LOL
Comment by Adrienne on November 3, 2011 at 7:44am
That's what makes it worse Gena! LOL
Comment by Glenna Rose on November 3, 2011 at 12:11am
But he is soooo cute. <g>

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