Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Tues photo's and a video

I've been so busy at work lately that I haven't enjoyed much home life, but I left the office early and enjoyed the sunny afternoon.
Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

from a side view, standing naturally - the judges like to see a perky-well attached udder, then 1/3, the rear leg, and a 1/3.

Mike getting us some delicious, home-grown milk.


blue-eyed Lucy is the daughter of June



turkey girl laying an egg


Louise said...

Loved the picture of Mike milking. I wonder what goat's milk tastes like? That's one of the few things that they don't sell at Wegman's.

Paula said...

Just love June's beautiful face and Lucy is just like her! Hey, Mike looks great out there milking! So sorry to hear about the baby.

Nekkid Chicken said...

I like your guineas white spots. Don't you just love watching them stalk critters and yelling at strangers. LOL We get the biggest kick out of them on our place.

Take care,

Foothills Poultry said...

Turkeys already laying? That is surprising.

I love the little goats, sorry you lost GinniBea. Fizz is adorable.


Mary Ann said...

Joanna, this is going to be a long comment...
1. The new camera takes wondeful pictures.
2. The movie stopped with about ten seconds to go, so I didn't see the milking.
3. I'm beginning to think Nigerian Dwarves are the way for us to go... small, easy to handle, less milk for just the two of us. The babies are PRECIOUS.
4. Where did you get the hand milker?????

John Gray said...

tell me more about that hand milker...never seen anything like that!