Proper husbandry allows for the flow of animals from farm-to-farm or farm-to-yard or place-to-place. Domesticated animals are no longer “wild” and if left in the wild are unable to find food or shelter appropriately. While some may try to insist that all animals should be free, it just simply is not true. That insistence has…
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.
Wild red hair. Is there any Irish in him?
This is the default face for Polly when she is waiting on her cookie. That tongue.
The boys take on a ruff look during late fall and thru winter. For goat owners, this is a picture that has smell. Mocha.
Red Pearl is such a sweet girl. She’ll be on the breeding list this spring (2021) to deliver in autumn!
Prairie Wood “Iron” [AGS/ADGA/NDGA] 08/10/2015 $350 Iron has a combination coat (hard to tell what the combo is), has brown eyes, is disbudded with scurs, and has moonspots. — Sire: Promisedland RC Bonafide — Dam: Sugarcreek WM Yellow Gold
Faith’s Farm/Treasured Faith “Ebony” Star [AGS/ADGA/NDGA] 4/3/2016 $325 Ebony is black with minimal white, has brown eyes, is disbudded, and has had two freshenings. — Sire: Small Beginnings STVRAY “Dancer” — Dam: Black Oak Farm “Opal”
SOLD SOLD SOLD. Faith’s Farm/Treasured Faith “Beltie” [AGS/ADGA/NDGA] 2/28/2019 Beltie has a red (gold) coat, has blue eyes, is polled, and stinks. He is a loud, friendly fella that has not sired any kids with us. — Sire: Faith’s Farm Patch — Dam: Faith’s Farm Red Pearl