I created the duck pen and in the process herded the geese into it. I could not find the string to create a bald eagle deterrent so simply hooked up the charger and left the geese in there. This way I can also feed grain to the geese without the goats eating most of it. It is a good thing I did this because Sunday we had “Escape from Farmcatraz” (Tom’s phrasing). That is one of the geese escaped, and we had to round him up. Here’s the goose recaptured and heading back to the “pen”.
So I want to make sure this fencing can hold the geese in before I move ducks out there. Plus it is stormy today, and I am tired- all excuses to put off the duck round up until tomorrow. But today there was a break in the storms moving through and a sun beam briefly came in through the south door of the barn. So I decided to take photos of our goat kids growing up a little. Here are Athena,
and Mr. D.
Brown Sugar was looking awfully cute,
and Bambi was striking a pose.
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Poor little skinny goats–looks like they have never had a proper meal. 😉 All ‘kidding’ aside, they are beautiful little goaties.
Yes, they are clearly starving and let me know it frequently!