Friday, March 22, 2013
We'll know if we have any baby goats in 155 days. You see, all three of these little darling boys are intact males.
All three of these little darlings were grazing, minding their own business, not a care in the world ... very relaxed, intermingling with the girls. I have no idea how long they've been in the girls pasture with the girls, with the girls, with the girls, with the girls.
A little bit of good news is that the boys are still young and may not be interested in the girls (I'm dreaming, yes I know). On the other hand, couple that with the fact that it's early spring and the days are getting longer, or at least starting to get longer; that means that the girls may no longer be in season (I'm pushing this dream, aren't I?). Anyway, it's my dream. We really don't want any more babies at this time. Sigh ... .
Like I said, we'll know in 155 days if we're going to have any baby goats. In the meantime, for the next 155 days I'll be on the look out for girls who are putting on more weight than they should be. I'll let you know.
The big white furry guy in the foreground has been a wether (neutered) since he was five days old. Lester is a sweetheart yet harmless to the girls.
By the way, the gate has been fixed to where no one can ever ever open it again unless they have thumbs and a key. Husband and I are the only two out here that fit that bill.
Posted by Pat Allen, Owner/Operator at 1:26 PM