the rear leg kicked out is also a sign of pending labor
Nice medial suspension on the udder.
approx 7PM, when we were in the house, she popped out two girls. We'll be keeping Sashay, Stormy's granddaughter, Tank's neice. Sara and [soon to be named] Alice/Stella will go to Lisa after her transition.
I'm so tickled, if I couldn't have Sara (red and great bloodlines), I wanted a mini Sara.
Alice/Stella has lots of moonspots.
Sadie will be named Alice or Stella. Jack loves to check out the new kids.
This morning, we visited Four Legs Good Farms
http://www.flgfarms.com/ to find Audrey climbing in the trees - so charming, what a great life for a human kid and her goat buddies. I suggest that her parents write a children's book.
Mike helped Indigo get ready for the Shelby Dairy Goat Show.
We've got two does, MariGold and Gold Medal, due during the show dates. We'll see, but Mike may take a few goats to the Show and I'll stay home and play doula.
We're always tickled to see Dahlia and Lulu, Tulip's daughters. These girls haven't been bred yet but they should have some awesome udders.
From Taylorsville, we headed to Harmony where http://www.lbstrailer.com/catalog/ is located. Previously, we had a fifth-wheel trailer and large diesel truck but traded them over a year ago, we (I) wanted to operate more efficiently, going more small scale.
We'll continue to shop around, but liked this RED one the best.
In the NC Appalachian Mtns, NW NC. We live on 30 mountain acres. I like to hang out with my critters - a few chickens Pied Guineas, Muscovy ducks, peafowl, 20 ADGA-registered and appraised Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats, two small dogs Bunny and Buzzard. one livestock-guardian dog JackBadger, and an elderly Irish Terrier Brawn. . Mike and I are Life Masters at Bridge.
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