Saturday, October 16, 2010

another glorious Fall day
Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

SweetPea listening to Mike hammering. Doe/wether side of barn, looking towards the buckling part, then the buck side.

The bucks listening to Mike hammering.

Looking from the buck pen towards buckling part, then to doe/wether side.
I find it interesting that poultry breeds tend to hang together. These four Delaware girls (we only have four) were raised with other chickens yet they recognize and group together.

Buff Orpington eating some pumpkin.

I keep raking leaves, and throwing them in my new compost pile.


Jennifer said...

Your goats are beautiful, every time you post pictures of them it makes me want to get a couple Nigerian dwarf goats.

AJ-OAKS said...

All of your critters look so calm and lazy. I love it. It is truly beautiful there. Are you ready for the winter yet? I remember last winter you had had enough! :)

Dot said...

Ah...Lovely Sweetpea & Peach. My favorite mama & daughter. I still remember the portrait of Sweetpea with the yellow leaf in her mouth last fall.