Thank you!ashkelon said:What wonderful pictures! Your son is going to have such great memories!
His name is "Vanilla" ..he is comming 3yrs old. He is a Nubian Wether. I think he is going to be quite an animal when he fills out and matures. I have his twin brother that I have been starting as well.ashkelon said:What is your goat's name, and how old?
I make the covers from sheeps skin shearling leather that I use to line saddles. Friction holds them on pretty well... If you pay attention to the way the hide is cut you can sew them with the wool going the right direction to help hold them on... Kind of like petting your dog backwards.ashkelon said:I envy all of you the beauty of the places you live. When I'm in Iowa, I'm homesick for New Mexico and vice versa.
I love the look of the patterned goats, but that white really "pops" against the green. I like our light colored goats in that respect.
How do you make your horn covers, and what keeps them on? Friction?
Looks horrible from the google images. :lol:Jar Jar Binks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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