Raising Quality Show & Commercial Goats
Awww what an adorable floof! I 💞 them!
Good for you!!!I’ve been trying to learn a lot more about snakes and quickly realized this is one of the non venomous ones.
Eventually, it’ll probably be boys in one section, girls in another but we have some more fencing to do. The boys’ pen is only around a quarter of an acre, so I feel a bit bad for them. In a few days (if none of the does are in heat), I’ll put aprons on them both and let them out for a while when I’m around to supervise. So a little of both for now, but hopefully kept separate for the most part in a few months when we get cross fencing put in.Aww! He’s so handsome! And that’s great Champ is doing so well with Briar! How sweet! So will Briar have a buck apron too? Or is it from now on the boys and together, and the girls are together?
Aw thanks.What a cutie pie!
Thank you. Me too. I was so worried they wouldn’t get along and I’d be scrambling to find a solution.Briar is very striking. Its wondeeful when they bond. So happy it worked out.
Thank you! He might have a little attitude to go with those blue eyes. I can’t tell yet, but he seems a bit spunky.He is so handsome! Congratulations! How wonderful that Champ is being so sweet with him! Those blue eyes, so beautiful!
They are a funny welcoming committee. The dogs are the most enamored with him but even the turkeys wanted to meet him. The turkeys are the only animal he’s scared of.He's a cutie! I'm glad Champ now has a boy buddy to hang out with, and that he's being so nice. I love the shot of the girls all lined up at the fence to meet the new guy.
I love that. Thank you for explaining that to me. I knew it was sweet but didn’t really know what it meant.Hello Briar, welcome to The Goat Spot and a slew of human admirers. It's awesome news that Champ has taken Briar under his wing. And you're correct in your observation the older male will help guide the younger male in how things are going to be in his new home. The gentle head touches you were able to witness sort of means they are like unrelated brothers now. The doelings seem very interested in the newest addition as well and hopefully it will be story time again when the doelings and newest buckling meet face to face.
I lucked out with a great group, for sure. We do have our multi species barnyard brawls where they’re all upset with each other and speaking different languages, and that’s a crazy kind of chaos. But we can usually get it all worked out without too many timeouts and hurt feelings.
Animals never cease to amaze me. Growing up, I had a huge dog and tiny, deaf bird that were best friends.
Aw, you were thinking of us. That’s sweet. I can’t wait to see what we’ll get either. When we picked up Briar, there was a tiny baby there, a few weeks old. Suddenly, my husband can’t wait to breed the goats and have those tiny things bounding around here.Aww, I was just thinking about Briar today and if you have brought him home yet. He's such a handsome boy and I'm very glad to hear that Champ is being gentle with him. I can not wait to see the kids you get from your beautiful herd!!
He’s teaching him the moves. The important stuff.What a handsome little guy! To me, Champ is teaching Briar how to be a gentleman. Pose for the ladies, so they will swoon. Caught the Turkeys attention! And always LOOK GOOD!
I’m so relieved. You know how worried I was about this and how much I fretted over the decision to get Briar, and so to have it going smoothly makes it feel like I can breathe again. Thanks for talking me down repeatedly.What a wonderful start of Champ and Briar’s relationship! That is the best outcome!!
I am very impressed with Champ. You really lucked out with him, being so gentle with a little buckling.
It seems like your animal family all is excited and looking forward to adventures with another member. Even turkeys! Amazing.
And Briar is so handsome. I am glad he is warming up to you so quickly.