On a small farm, feeding myself off the land and trying to do what I can the old fashioned way with a modern twist.
How cute! I love the black one. Glad they are doing well. Have a good day Rebekah
Hope "mom" is catching up on her rest now! Love the names. . . . . hope everyone is staying warm. We are freezing here.Liz
Oh I cant wait until I can get goats again. I sold mine thinking we were moving and we didnt so now I have to start over. I will be going to sales this spring. I hope to get a couple of pregnant ones.Congradulations to you.
Congrats on winning the seed ! The goats arebeautiful. I made mozzarella cheese today.I get my supplies at www.dairyconnection.comMy husband loves everything I make and it does not hang around long . Thanks for getting me into it. ♥ I can't buy that cellulose filled cheese at the store anymore. This is real cheese. Kay
Hi Kay! I haven't checked dairyconnection out yet. I'm pretty happy with the stuff from Steve at thecheesemaker,com tho.LOL, we use up mozz as quick as I can make it! Isn't home made stuff just awesome? No oils oozing out of it.....
Oh, they're adorable! Congratulations!
Oh they are really cute! I spent a liitle time sitting in the pen to make sure they were both nursing well, hate to lose em because I didn't pay attention. They're both curious and are already loving the attention.
Oreo .........bwaaa hahahahaha
ROFL, stuff always seems to get named some sort of food item like biscuits, waffles, pancake, etc. LOL
Congratulations!! They are gorgeous!
Pretty little rascals! Won't be long until they are romping all around!nothing brightens the day like new-borns doing well and looking good!
what a couple of cutie pies! I cant wait until we move, I sooo want goats!Jen
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