Goat Yoga

Would that be goga?

Or maybe yoat?

Either way, it is hard to capture in a picture, but looks relaxing interesting.

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Meanwhile … my girls just keep getting bigGER!

Still no babies!

DSC_1259Today (Sunday), we moved them into a smaller pen in the farrowing house, since we won’t be farrowing pigs until April.  They can have a much more controlled, draft-free, environment without the silly boys (wethers) bothering them, showing off their yoga moves to the waddling mamas-to-be.

Otherwise, I have filled in another day (Friday) at my former place of work (Shelby Electric Cooperative) and will again tomorrow.  I am extremely thankful that the bit of freezing rain we got last night didn’t turn into an ice storm!  Pig farmer is working in his home office tomorrow, so he can periodically check the goats.  I guess that February 4th due date was much more accurate than I thought possible!

I have so much to learn.

That’s okay with me.

About Marla Rose

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13 Responses to Goat Yoga

  1. Southernruralroute.wordpress.com says:

    Based on a year or so of watching Big Foot do Cat Yoga, I would say, yes, that’s goat yoga.

  2. debweeks says:

    Looks a little like yoga sun salutations 🙂

    So excited to see baby goat pictures in the very near future!!!

  3. Beth Ann says:

    Oh my goodness those goats are adorable! Goga sounds relaxing to me…..

  4. Farmgirl says:

    They look like me trying to reach my face to the sun! Babies are not far away, it looks like! Mine is due to kid in a few weeks!

  5. dayphoto says:

    Terry retired from our local REA (Delta-Montrose Electric Company) then after three years he ran and got a seat on the DMEA board. What do you do there?

    *♥´¨) ¸.-´¸.-♥´¨) Happy Valentine’s Day¸.-♥¨) (¸.-` ♥♥´¨

    • I was the Member Services Representative. Now, I am just helping fill in as receptionist/cashier while some health issues have an employee absent. Does he like being on the board? I think a former employee can provide a very unique, educated opinion to the board.

  6. pattisj says:

    I guess a good stretch works for everyone, no matter how many feet.

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