Thursday, May 6, 2010

bigger buck pen, Bourbon Red poults

Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

We loaded up 11 goats in the trailer this morning and headed an hour away to Dr. Beckworth's. Because we're gonna cross state lines to Clemson, SC, each goat needed a health certificate from the Vet. $16 later (yes, just $16), we got the heath cetificates and a fecal check. Good news, after the fecal check, the Doc said he didn't see any stomach worms which is very rare in goats. Apparently, our worming medicine, Valbazen, does it's job.

We enlarged the buck pen and now the boys are tickled to be on a lot of lush greens.
Pappy, Cahoot, MilkDud

Beau and [wethered] Cubby have the same mother, Cali.

Now we have an additional 20 Bourbon Red Turkey poults in the chick brooder.

That's a Bourbon Red Turkey turkey poult in front of a Rhode Island Red girl.


ME said...

Wow, the baby goats are sure growing fast.

Louise said...

It's got to be so much fun at your place, with all of the baby critters around.

Foothills Poultry said...

With all the live entertainment around, I doupt I would ever get anything done at your place.


IsobelleGoLightly said...

Chamonix and Clarence have the most beautiful goatie colors! Very cute baby turkey! We hope to get some of those ourselves! Weeee!

Anonymous said...

That is good about no stomach worms. Goats are hard to keep worm free.

They all are looking good. I know they are enjoying green stuff. Our goats were so happy when it greened up around here.

I want to try turkey poults soon.

Have a great weekend.

AJ-OAKS said...

Holy cow those babies are growing like weeds!
Awww, the chickies are so cute. So, how many Bourbon Red turkeys do you have? And how is Franklin these days?

Chicken Boys said...

I've never seen a poult that small. Amazing how they look just like chickens now. And they will look so different when they get bigger!

John Gray said...

do the turkey poults bully the chicks at all?????

Christy said...

Are you going to be at the Clemson show this weekend? We'll be there too but with no goats. I need to get a fecal done soon.