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Our herd here on Oaks-n-Goats Farm!

Our herd is made up of quiet a few defrint breeds.

2 Boer/Nubians (Cupcake amd Duke). 4 Nubians, 3 are registered (Jasper, Salem and Francine. Annie is the unregistered one). 6 purebred Nigerians, only one is registered (Gizmo, Fawn, Scarlett, Oakley and another doe we are working on a name for, and Wally, he is registered.) 1 Nigerian mix doe (Casper). 3 Nigerian/Pygmys (Sparrow, Spinky and Penny. Penny will be leaving our farm this winter after she kids.). 1 Nigerian/Lamancha (Taffy). 2 Nigerian/Saanen sisters (Betsy and Grace). 1 Nubian/Toggenburg doeling (May).

Also dont mind the fact a cople looked hunched. It was cold that day so yeah lol

These are pics of most everyone.
Cloud Sky Plant Plant community Natural landscape

Plant Fawn Terrestrial animal Grass Carnivore

Grass Fawn Plant Beak Tail

Eye Goat Grass Fawn Terrestrial animal

Plant Felidae Liver Dog breed Carnivore

Eye Plant Goat Working animal Sheep

Plant Goat Dog breed Grass Goat-antelope

Plant Mammal Goat Fawn Terrestrial animal

Plant Dog breed Liver Working animal Fawn
 

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All are lookin' so good! I love when they fluff themselves up in the cold. 🥰
Thank you! I do too! The bad thing is is when you cant tell if its just the cold or not! Like, you cant tell if they feel bad or what lol.
 
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