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Top to bottom: Hera, mama to Aphrodite and Athena who are right under her. Hera is the one that aborted last week.
3rd row down is Moon (ND), then NoName, MaryKay (who should be kdding this month), and Chili off to the side.
Cocoa is another ND and then there is Fiona (black one in front) and Nutmeg.
 

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Cinnamon, big red doe in the back is mama of MaryKay, Nutmeg and Chili. She is one of my milkers and raises her kids while giving me a half-gallon milk once a day! She and the black doe in front of her, Fiona, should both kid this month and are my 2 milkers. You can see a couple of my ND babies peeking around everyone else. Nutmeg and MaryKay are the 2 tan colored does and should be kidding soon!
 

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Beautiful herd! I love Aphrodite - she is gorgeous! I also noticed you have the dreaded pallets under your shelter. Have fun with them! :p :laugh:
 

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OH GAWD!!! Those pallets are my hubby's doing. I hate the stupid things. They make it impossible to clean anything. Not to mention if you have to walk in the shelter for anything...then you have to worry about where you put your feet etc so you don't trip and fall. May not be an issue for you younger ones, but me with my fibro....I trip and fall over shadows! I'd personally like to take them stupid pallets and shove them...well....I think you all can figure out where! Nope, don't like them at all. LOL
 

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I hear ya. I hate them, too. We use them to stack the hay on and trying to navigate them with a 65 lb bale of hay is very interesting! I'm surprised someone hasn't busted their butt yet. I've come close a time or two.
 

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We have a few with the boards so close that they're touching each other, so it's not so bad. ;)
We also put plywood over the top of a couple for the goats to stand on in the yard when it's wet, and they love it. :)
 

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And some new ones. Yes...I do have Mammal Fawn Terrestrial animal Grass Dog breed
some FAT goats

Carmen, Co-Owner Oleo Acres LLC, Nw Ks
 

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