Eye appointment for the husband today and my goat test results should be in today as well. There's no reason to think this eye appointment will go poorly but he always worries that whatever today we're at will be the today his driver's license gets taken away...and he's worried that for about 10 years of appointments (I don't remember his diagnosis date but it's been about that).
Yes, thank you.
Today is the last hay day of the year and I hauled out and filled the water troughs. Riker is happy to have a bowl his size for once.
The mini saanen that just won't quit may just finally be down to once a day, thank goodness.
Hairy udder pics.
Here's 85 pound Lily, in for an antibiotic shot due to suspected pneumonia. She's also bred. She udders up unbred so she needs on my milk string bad. She's also going to be 2 this year. Goats aren't selling right now so she can stay. If she freshens nicely enough she can join my mini program.
She looks exactly like the product of her ancestors should, just smaller. She's even getting deep and looks like she'll eventually want to get fat. (And she has a more level rump when not expecting a shot)
In all reality she will probably end up a backyard mini milker somewhere.