There’s a nip of fall in the air,
but a bit of spring in my step!
Saturday …. we are bringing home two, bred, Boer goat does!
Every morning, as I walk out the back door, I am greeted by:
These two, sweet, funny guys were purchased as a an experiment.
I have a lot to learn about goats.
Do I even like goats?
Would I want to try raising my own?
I still have lots to learn.
But that’s okay. I’m a willing student.
There won’t be kids until late-winter, though.
However – Abigail is due to calve in November!
I thought you already HAD two goats. Are you getting two more? Beautiful marigolds.
Yes, we will add two more. The two we have are castrated males.
The marigolds were late-plantings … and I’m so glad to have fresh, vibrant blooms!
Your flowers look great! Can’t wait to see the new faces!
I planted those marigold seeds late … and I’m so glad I did! They’ve been a burst of fresh color.
The marigolds look so pretty (as does Abigail) Are your plans just for breeding or will you be milking? I love goats milk!
These are meat goats, not dairy. We would like to build our herd from the two we buy … so we will hope for girl kids!