Just a Few Pics of the Herd

23 Oct

Wanda’s back injury from last winter is almost unnoticeable.  I do still plan on retiring her, but she’s doing well.


I tell ya, Edith is just a carbon copy of her maa, Antigone.

Edith and Antigone

Pistol and Annie are hanging in there.  That’s about all I can say. That and they discovered cockle burrs, but they won’t let me clean them out of their fur. And every time I do manage to get them somewhat cleaned out, they walk through them again.  Poor girls.  I’ll keep trying.


Hera does not look too worried about LilyAnn trying to put her in her place.

Hera and LilyAnn

Tilly and 2TC were playing.

Tilly and 2TC

2TC may have been watching LilyAnn and practicing those moves.  Holding the ears up to look taller, is very important.

Chiffon came to see if I had peanuts.


Penelope has joined the group of young girls who like to come see if I’ve brought peanuts with me.


This is Moira checking to see if I had peanuts by jumping up and sniffing the camera.  Good thing she’s still fairly little.


Who I was trying to take a picture of.

Marin and 2TC

Ava was willing to settle for a few pets instead of peanuts.  Of course, she’ll get to come in for sweet feed at milking time.


The whole flock–the gander is showing off how well he’s recovered.

I’m going to try to sell the rest of the young goats this weekend if things work out.


It will be a relief to have them gone, but I will certainly miss some of them.

4 Responses to “Just a Few Pics of the Herd”

  1. Eileen Wise October 24, 2020 at 5:13 am #


    I am sad to see the young goats leaving.. They are all so cute. Love the gander shot, he does look healed. Take care, enjoy your weekend!

  2. janicead October 24, 2020 at 6:05 pm #

    At first I thought you were going to sell the gander! Thought he had been an extra bad boy.

    • Teresa October 24, 2020 at 6:37 pm #

      Haha That’s an idea.

  3. Jeanne October 24, 2020 at 11:24 pm #

    That might’ve been a good idea! Ornery gander!

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