We carried them back up to the pond this morning, watched a bit, then decided to leave them to swim and we'd come back and check on 'em later. We started walking away, turned back to find that they were following us. Isn't that funny?
Mike works at the livestock auction every other Saturday, and he just called to say that somebody just brought in 5 boxes of small chocolate muscovies. Guess what?
We had our first ADGA Linear Appraisal today. It's a fascinating experience. We'll get it done again next year. The appraiser said overall we're good on heads, shoulders, and legs but my homework is to work on rump angle and teat placement which I have been concentrating on lately. We dam raise and our Nigerians are lawnmowers who browse on mountain sides but I'm striving for top-of-the-line lawnmowers. :-)
In the NC Appalachian Mtns, NW NC. A full-blown nester although I have to earn a living away from home. We live on 30 acres, can't see any neighbors. I like to hang out with my critters - 50 chickens, 6 Bourbon Red turkeys, 15 Pearl & Pied Guineas, 20 Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats, a pair of rowdy Irish Terriers, Brawn and Bliss, a pair of Great Pyrenees livestock-guardian dogs, JackBadger and BarbaraJean. We enjoy taking our goats to shows. Mike and I are Life Masters at Bridge.
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