Sunday, November 13, 2011

Midnight, Star, Lucy & Sunspot

It's been busy here, as usual. And if you've been reading my blog for some time, you should know that we've been trying to cut back on the number of goats we have with winter quickly approaching. We've sold a lot of goats, but we've also added a good handful to the herd.

The latest additions are the ones below. These does are all unregistered, but the last 2 I may consider registering as Native On Appearance with the ADGA.

This is Midnight. She is some kind of a cross bred dairy/meat doe. She is very, very big. This picture really does not show how big she is. She will be used in the meat goat herd.

This is Star. She is also a big doe, but is still very young. She will also be used in the meat goat herd.

This is Lucy. She is a very big and wide girl, this picture really does not do her justice. She will be used in the Nubian herd.

And last but not least, this is Sunspot. And this is a horrible picture of her, but the only one I have at the moment. She is a very big, beautiful spotted Nubian. She will be used in the Nubian breeding program. She is also very sweet and friendly.