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  1. bethh

    Lunatic Buck Behavior Advice Needed

    Currently the doe I have chosen for him isn’t impressed.
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    Lunatic Buck Behavior Advice Needed

    They can’t be separated by sight, scent and sound so I guess we will see how they fair.
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    Lunatic Buck Behavior Advice Needed

    Thanks for letting me that they are just dumb. If he keeps it up, I guess we will see if he has any gray matter in that hard head of his.
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    I'm just not there. I'd eat them but not so sure about the processing. Hubby is flat out, NO WAY! I'd pay someone to do it for me but can't seem to find anyone. All my newest silkies (hatched in March) have decided that they should go broody. :barnie The last one hatched 3 cuties...
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    Lunatic Buck Behavior Advice Needed

    As many of you know, we are relative newbies to all things goats. We bred our goats and had a poor kidding season. Our bucks are in rut and losing their minds (that’s assuming they had any to begin with). We want to breed soon for spring kids. We thought we’d see how things went and put...
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    That’s awesome. No concerns about rodents taking up residence in there?
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    Hey All, When I find the time to open this up, I’m always shocked how long it’s been. We sold Squeakers. He went to a home with another little buckling almost the same age. I’ve been milking his mom since he left but am now slowing that down. We can’t consume her milk from the...
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    I have a very serious question. I know goats are herd animals and can’t be singles but can a doodle make up the herd?
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    Squeakers got to go outside today. Mom didn’t want anything to do with him. Guess I have another job.
  11. bethh

    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    Tipsy's second day on the milk stand. I was able to milk out 8ounces. I lost a little. I have nothing to compare this to. How does it compare to your first freshening nigerian dwarf does? Just curious.
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    From your lips to her ears.
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    She's been butting at him. I put her on the milk stand and he did nurse on her a little. He doesn't have a strong suck yet. He's taking her milk/colostrum from a bottle at least. HE's also peeing and pooping, I take those as good signs.
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    Tipsy finally kidded this morning. She had a buckling that I’m calling Pip Squeak, “Squeakers”. She also had a doeling that didn’t make it. I’m not sure what happened. She looked small and was very contorted in the position that I found her. She was fully formed and didn’t look like...
  15. bethh

    Chickens really- My adventure into Goats

    Please post a picture. My goats are the great hay wasters!!
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    bethh Life on the Funny Farm

    Wow, I can’t believe it’s been almost a month since I posted here. My grandkids and the bathroom seem to be taking all my time. When they aren’t, I’m tired. Let me see if I can update what’s been happening the last month. The plumbers finished their part this past Friday. The tile work...
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