Predictions for June

5 May

I’m ready to make my predictions of who is and who is not going to have kids.

2TC

I already decided Antigone, Trace and 2TC were not going to have babies, and I’m sticking with that.

Trace on the right with sister Bubbles to the left

Joani is bred.  I copped a quick feel of the udder, and she is making one.

Joani with Cinnamon and Aurora behind

Sidney is bred.  I haven’t checked her udder to be 100% sure, but she is round and I assume she’s bred.

Sidney

Zinnia is looking huge.  I assume she’s bred because that’s a lot of belly for a slim dairy goat.

Zinnia

Moira is making an udder.  She is my first timer as a two year old.

Moira

Then there’s my true yearling, Onyx.  I already called her bred, and she’s really making an udder.  She comes from two really good milking lines, and I hope she’ll let me milk her.

Onyx

I assumed Hilda was bred.  She’s looking awfully round, but I’m not crazy enough to try to check her udder.

Hilda

Then there’s Cupid.  I couldn’t feel her udder last time I checked, but she’s getting round, and now I can tell she’s just starting to make an udder. She’ll be about the last one due.

Cupid (with daughter Tansy behind her)

I finally caught Tansy eating and snuck a quick feel.  She’s making an udder.  She’s  going to also have Freddie kids.

Tansy

I’m hoping for smooth kidding in June!

2 Responses to “Predictions for June”

  1. Jeanne May 6, 2021 at 1:07 am #

    Oh, it sounds good! I wonder how many babies that will be! Zinnia does look huge! It makes me wonder if she’s carrying three. Any idea when in June she would be due?
    Cupid does look round, for sure.
    Thanks for the update!

  2. janicead May 6, 2021 at 12:38 pm #

    You live in hope and faith!

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