Goat Show Day

We were able to have all 3 goats trimmed and we were off and running by 7:30 am for the youth goat show.  One of the benefits of Nigerians is we were able to get all our supplies, family of 4, and 3 goats into a Pilot. The drive was about an hour drive toContinue reading “Goat Show Day”

Settling In

Enjoying the long weekend, I am happy to announce that the trio of goats are settling in and getting along.  Aspen and Charlie are still putting Vanilla Bean in line but they take breaks to enjoy the good weather.  I am also excited that the goats are getting large enough that only Aspen can sneakContinue reading “Settling In”

Broody Hens and Goat Training

  Broody Lahaina This is our first hen to go broody.  I had to do a google search to figure out what exactly it looked like.  What I found were descriptors such as your hen refuse to move, flattening her body, etc.  The suggestion is to pick her up and move her away from theContinue reading “Broody Hens and Goat Training”

Not quite as we had planned.

The family has been patiently waiting since last fall for the delivery of 3 safe nigerian dwarf goats.  We were ecstatic with the news of triplets and were beginning to countdown 8 weeks till they would be home on the farm.  We were unfortunately shocked to receive a phone call informing us that the breederContinue reading “Not quite as we had planned.”