Flip-Flopping a Couple of Goats

22 May

Blaze’s foot has fully healed.  She is doing well and kind of picking on the other girls on the front pasture with her, so I threw her back into the big herd.


Of course, her little girl, 2TC, joined her out there.

Blaze, 2TC (and I don’t know who the other one is)

In her place, I put Margarita on the front pasture.  She is due today!

Margarita (Seven and Joy in the background)

She will also get along fine with Antigone and Joy.

Antigone, Joy, and Seven

Seven will be happy to have new kids to play with.


Soon I’ll try to add Aphrodite to the front also, but I haven’t been able to catch her yet.

3 Responses to “Flip-Flopping a Couple of Goats”

  1. Jeanne at 5:15 pm #

    Nothing like shuffling goats around! I hope Aphrodite will be agreeable, and let you catch her! Good luck….

  2. Eileen Wise at 7:04 am #

    Hello, I hope they are all getting along good. They are cute, especially the last shot of Seven! Happy Memorial Day weekend!

  3. janicead at 12:39 pm #

    Beautiful animals that keep you busy.

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