After losing Daisy, we were down to three goats. Three! This shall not stand. So, off to the chicken auction we go.
When we bought Daisy, we knew that she would have a tough life. But she’d have a better one with us than with a real farmer, who doesn’t have time for non-working animals. A few days ago she stopped making her way around the… Continue Reading “Good Night, Sweet Princess”
When we were in Canada, I bought this bracelet. It was several straps of leather with various charms. …And it broke before we got home.
All right… research done for the moment. Let’s get ready to rumble. I spent an inordinate amount of time trying to google who had goats for stud and got nowhere. I resort to Facebook groups, where I hit the motherlode.
So we went to a party on Saturday. With actual people. Shocking I know. It was out of town, and pot luck so i needed to have something that travels. So I decided on a charcuterie board.
So now that we have healthy goats, we need to figure out our next steps.
Woot! I made my first online sale. My friends Angie and Kate ordered a care package for a birthday present, and some honey for themselves. So if’n any of you want honey or honey products, I have them. Goad Farm.
Clover is our prettiest goat in my opinion. Also our smallest. But she is definitely not the smartest goat in the herd.