This is what the goats seem to be saying to us every three hours through the day and night as we come into the barn, shine a light on them, and stare at them. This is what we are saying too as it has been 4 days of sleep deprivation and no action.
But then today we made some progress. Miss Smith kidded for the first time with two gorgeous doe kids. Here they are just born.
Introducing Driving Miss Daisy
And Little Miss Muffit.
Yeah Donna, Congrats! Very cute indeed:)
Thanks Krista! More cuties to come, hopefully!
I want one!
Are they ever beautiful! Do you milk your goats?
Thanks Nancy! I am milking one now and making cheese, kefir and yogurt.
I want one. Miss Daisy to go with my Miss Daisy (the Rottweiler)! For real/definitely interested/let’s talk. 🙂
Thanks Maureen! I will be emailing you soon.
And I just realized they were born on St. Pats, which was the same day lo those many years ago that my first two goats kidded. Pepper, the Alpine, had twins, Patty and Paddy, and Reason, the Pygmy, had Emerald (Emma), both kidded during the night. It was a fun morning to wake up to three kids!
Yes they are St.Patricks day babies. It was too complicated trying to come up with st.Patty’s names though.
Wonderful coloring on those kids, beautiful!
Thanks! I have not quite figured out the coloring/patterns on Little Miss Muffit yet.