Rosy has the thickest cashmere undercoat of all my goats. Within weeks of the Winter solstice, her coat begins to get this dirty rug look. By middle of February, she’s rubbing the fence (as pictured). Next, giant clumps can be brushed away. By the end of March, she’s back to a sleek, red coat.
The dairy industry in the United States has attempted to go to great lengths to “make sure” the milk you drink is safe. In the process of doing this, they – the dairy industry – in cooperation with federal agencies – USDA, FDA, EPA, etc – have restricted your freedom to choose. You have the…
The boys take on a ruff look during late fall and thru winter. For goat owners, this is a picture that has smell. Mocha.
Faith’s Farm “Gardenia” [AGS/ADGA/NDGA] 2017 — Sire: The Barton’s “Popeye” — Dam: Black Oak Farm “Opal” August 2019
ADGA Treasured Faith Red Pearl ADGA/NDGA registered; AGS pending Sire: ADGA/AGS/NDGA Holly Ridge Skip to My Lou Dam: ADGA/AGS/NDGA FMG CYB Thing 2 6*M (ADGA) Born 3/13/2017
*SOLD**SOLD**SOLD* LBug’s CC Beetle Juice “BJ” [AGS/ADGA/NDGA] 2016 3*M — Sire: Dill’s RD Cat Call — Dam: Dill’s XM Dung Beetle Currently bred to Rocket for kids between 2/25 and 3/31, expected 3/9. February 2020 August 2019
Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats Autumn 2019 Breeding for Spring 2020 Kids Bucks and does were placed together on 10/3/19 and separated on 10/30/19.Potential kidding dates 2/25/20 thru end of March. Pregnancy confirmed by ultrasound on 12/15/19. Rocket (brown eyes, horned) BJ (brown eyes, horned) – expecting 3+ estimated due 3/9/20 Spice (brown eyes, horned) –…