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More Goats

Gary convinced me that we needed more dairy goats. The milk is also great for feeding to pigs, and I would like to make soap again. Mmmmm and cheese. And yogurt.

The girls won’t stay still for a good picture though.

Here is Susan the saanen, the same breed as my Annie. She looks a lot like Annie except she has wattles under her chin.

And Apple the alpine. She is a little skittish like a gazelle, but once I start scratching her chin, she is putty in my hands.

And this attention-seeking goat is a Pygora. Her fleece is a little short, but very soft. She doesn’t have a name yet.

Liddy update:

Liddy is well on her way to recovery. She is still living in the barn, but I let her outside a lot to run around. And run around she does!

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  1. I’m glad to see your Liddy is doing fine. What a scare that must have been. And I am sorry about the little bucklings – a heartbreak to be sure.

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