Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Sept 22nd Photo's

Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats
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SweetPea just had a Saltine Cracker


The girls take this path to go browse.




Bourbon Red Turkey Hens



Pied Guinea's

Sundance (a wether)

GingerBreadGirl


SweetPea


Bourbon Red Turkey Toms


Bourbon Red Turkey Hens


June
Gabbi


Bourbon Red Turkey Hen


Wheaten Marans Hen


Sundance & Gabbi

Peaches

10 comments:

Foothills Poultry said...

I love the picture with the banner in the background. I see the leads on the goats, but how much work was it to the birds to stay there?

~~Matt~~

Foothills Poultry said...

That was supposed to be pictures. I like them all.

I also see that you kept a son of Franklin's. Those Turks get to you real fast.

~~Matt~~

IsobelleGoLightly said...

What beautiful photographs! Beaufort has grown into a very lovely boy! Sweet Pea must like saltines! MMMMMM!

Dot said...

Please give Sweetpea another cracker for me!

Mom L said...

Love the photos with the backdrop!

Nancy in Iowa

A blog by the "Farmer" said...

I am so lusting after your goats. They are just gorgeous!

I'm wondering... what is the purpose of guineas? Do they lay eggs to eat? Ward off bugs? I've been seeing them a lot lately and honestly, it is my first time learning about them.

Farmer

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Hi Farmer, Guinea's are awesome
http://www.guineafowl.com/fritsfarm/guineas/

read that link, guinea's eat bugs and don't scratch, so they are great for gardens. We eat the eggs and they are quite comical, but not the brightess birds on the farm.

Louise said...

Back from vacation and slowly catching up. I'm interested in that Franklin and Jefferson seem to display all year. Around here, the wild turkeys only do that in the Spring. Suppose it's a result of domesticity?

Jennifer said...

LOVE the pictures. The banner in the background, what a fantastic idea!

Claire the Shepherdess said...

I think I have fallen in love with Beaufort. He is a cutie-pie! Do you think that he would like to kiss me? My lady still has brontosaurus but it is starting to get better, only it's worse at night. I can hear her coughing all the way out to the barn. Poor lady.
goatie kisses from Lucky Nickel.