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Lanthanum
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Sep 3, 2001 (Age: 15)
Location:
Georgia

Lanthanum

Ridin' The Range, Female, 15, from Georgia

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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Sep 3, 2001 (Age: 15)
    Location:
    Georgia
    Current Herd Animal(s):
    Pygmy Goats
    I raise pygmy goats currently on a small backyard "farm" in Georgia, (I mean small animals equals small farm, right?), and six chickens. Three dogs also abide but I consider them family. My goats are a white male named Bobo, a brown male named Clyde, a white female who's blind in one eye named Bonnie, a black and white spotted overheight Nigerian Dwarf doe named Adventurer (called Addy), a brown female pygmy named Scout who was born 3-7-16, and most recently, an identical-to-Bonnie doeling born 2-6-17 named Nonna. I am not sure on the others birth dates. Bonnie and Clyde were bought first as my first goats I've ever owned, and together they birthed a kid which was sadly stillborn. Their second kid was born alive and very strong and healthy, and that goat today is Scout, who is now ten months old, and most recently they birthed a beautiful healthy baby girl named Nonna. I also bought 1 year old Bocephus, and now 7 month old Addy. Bonnie and Clyde are both about three and a half to four years old. My chickens are three sexlink hens, a rhode island red rooster, a (idk breed) white rooster, and a mix breed RIR/Game hen. As far as it goes with knowledge on my animals, I am generally well informed on feed, water, amd common illness, but when it comes to specific or severe illness I am not as informed because my four animals have been blessed with healthy lives. I am generally a kind and loving, friendly person. Please feel free to ask for or give any advice to me that you need. Have a great day! ☺️

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    I love all my animals dearly and will do anything to keep them safe ☺️