Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Cahoot is 2wks old

The breeder, Kids Corral, sent us a photo of Cahoot, he is 2 weeks old today. DOB 3/31/09.
"we're trying to get the old/new barn ready for ya, Cahoot"
Depends on the lighting, but I think he has more red in his coat than this photo shows. We still haven't gotten to see him face-to-face yet, because all our spare time, around our jobs, goes to working on the old/new barn at inlaws.

Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goat.
MilkDud, our 1 year old buck, is excited about getting a new baby brother to butt heads with him. Cahoot may be polled, so sign of horns yet. Kingwood is his great-grand-daddy.
He is so full of personality!! He just loves to run up and down the hills with his "buddies" twisting and turning in all directions. Yet, pick him up, and he snuggles right in!! He's a real cutie! Carol

7 comments:

Lucy and Ethel said...

You'd better get your work done BEFORE Cahoot gets there!!! What a cutie!!!

Helen/'Lucy'

Granny said...

I agree with Helen. I know I wouldn't get much work done with a little cutie like that around. I love his name.

d/iowa said...

i love cahoot and his name!

Flartus said...

Wow, you've got a lot of work ahead of you in that barn...but bringing this little cutie home is certainly good motivation!

Mom L said...

He's beautiful, Joanna! Looks like champaigne - sounds like his personality is all bubbly, too. I'm almost as anxious as you are for you to meet him.

Nancy in Atlanta

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Cahoot is the cutest! I'm digging his coloring. He reminds me of honey....on toast.
yummy!

~Lisa

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Hey! My little ND babies (not in my possession yet) were born on 3/09 and 3/13! We'll be goat sisters, you and I. :-)
I won't get them until they're 8 weeks old, so right around May 1st. They've just recently been disbudded, so their poor little heads are looking mighty sore. Will you leave Cahoot a buck? He's a cutie!