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Here are some way better pictures of Stonewall (white) and Jackson (mostly black)! I saw them for the first time today (they're a week old) and I am so in love. :inlove: It's great having babies bouncing around here again.

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And yes - they both have WATTLES!!! :clapping::inlove:
 

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Kealous of the green grass! And... tell me bout that fence that Israel is in please.
Ok, well..... where do I start. (headsmash)

We divided this rye pasture into 7 small paddocks for the cows to rotationally graze in. Since we used only one strand of electric wire, the goats can still duck under and go in every single paddock, which is fine with me.
But lately, the cows have been VERY troublesome and keep going under/through the wire and completely messing up the entire pasture. So that is what you see behind Israel. Mass destruction.
 

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They're looking great! Such pretty does and a proud looking buck. You must be getting anxious for the bouncy babies to arrive. BTW You have such a nice looking farm I LOVE wood three rail it's so much nicer than my t-posts and welded wire...oh well, maybe I'll hit the lotto for my goats lol ;)
 
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