On March 6, a day after Gracie had her twin girls, Elsa had twins too. Elsa had a solid white little boy named “CJ: and a solid black little girl named “Midnight”. They are exact opposites in color and personality. CJ is pretty calm and laid back and Midnight is super rambunctious. Also, CJ has […]
We woke up on March 5th to twin baby girl goats. They were born to Gracie (pygmy nubian cross) and Little Moo (pygmy). We have named the twins “Jessie” (dark one) and “Sugar” (the white one). Ronny came up with the names and we fit the names fit. Click to go and check out all […]
My mom has been planning to have goats since she purchased this little homestead. She’s seen them at flea markets and rummage sales, but it was never the right timing. Recently my dad was talking about goats with his coworker and mentioned my mom was looking for some. Later that night she called and asked […]
Are you considering getting goats to raise on your farm? Or maybe you’ve just bought some and you don’t know where to start. You’ve come to the right place! I’ll let you know everything you need to consider and how to be prepared to bring your first goats home. I’ll talk about goat fencing, feeding […]
Living in the northeast, most farms we know kid in the coldest months of winter. There are a lot of important reasons for this. Kids born during the winter are known to be healthier and hardier – the lack of active parasites in the soil, absence of humidity in the air, and lots of active […]
Our 2019 schedule has been planned! Around September and October is when we breed our goats, so here is our planned 2019 kidding schedule. Each year we strive to make our herd better and I am hoping we are going to have some awesome kids born here next year!