Betty Moved

4 Dec

Betty Lou is my oldest goat.  She’s been getting meds to help her joints, and she’s one that I am constantly thinking needs copper.  She’s lost all of her face color again, so I’ve ordered more copper, and we’ll be starting the next round of copper capsules.  I decided to  move her up with the other old ladies.

Betty Lou

Bonnie has no problem with her joints.  I just need to get more copper in her, and she might go back with the rest of the herd.  We’ll see.  Harley’s back is still giving her a bit of trouble now, but she is doing better than she was.

Harley

Penny also does really well as long as she gets the meds for her arthritis and isn’t trapsing all through the Back Forty.

Penny

I’d like to put all of these girls in the greenhouse because it’s insulated and would be warmer for them.  It’s also a little smaller space so they aren’t running around quite so much.  At least, that would be good for Harley and Penny.  Unfortunately, the greenhouse is the only place I can keep Zeus shut in.

Zeus

I had planned on keeping him until next summer, when everyone is looking for a new buck, but I don’t know if I can keep him that long the way he’s behaving.

5 Responses to “Betty Moved”

  1. hocuspocus13 at 4:30 pm #

    Your life is very interesting

    This coming from a 100% city girl

  2. Jeanne at 5:23 pm #

    I hope you can get something worked out for all those older goat ladies! And Zeus, as well!

  3. janicead at 5:25 pm #

    Your goats take the cake for entertainment.

  4. anotherday2paradise at 7:55 pm #

    You’re kept so busy making sure all your charges are well cared for and in the best place. 👏🏻

  5. Eileen Wise at 5:34 am #

    Hello, the ladies are looking good to me. I hope Zeus starts to behave. Cute photos. Have a great day!

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