Holes

I mentioned that I replaced the fence between the bucks and everyone else last fall.  It really did only last a few weeks before it was looking really bad again.  Now it looks about like it did when I replaced it in November.

Bucks

I finally figured out why the boys keep putting holes in the fence.

Sallie

Sallie

Sallie.  Does she look like a retired goat?

Boer cross doe goat

I checked my records, and I’m so glad I track my girls’ heat cycles.

Boer cross doe goat

I believe she is going to have kids around St. Patrick’s Day.

Sharing with Good Fences, but this really is a mostly worthless fence.

Fence to Fix

Fixing fence is a never-ending task on the farm.  I think I’ve figured out what bit of fence needs fixed next.

Litha May Street

Litha May Street

And seriously.  How many kids does she have in there?  She’s not due for 6 1/2 weeks.

goat walking through fence

goat walking through fence

goat walking through fence

I need this fence to keep my kidding does and everyone else separate at the end of March.

Fence 020ew

Reva doesn’t even slow down when she goes through there.

goat walking through fence

goat walking through fence

goat walking through fence

And she’s due the same time as her maa, Litha.

Sharing with Good Fences.

Snowy Fences

Just some pictures of my fences during our storm last weekend.

Snow-covered Fence Post

Snowy Fence

Snowy Fence

Sparrow on snowy fence

It really was an impressive storm.  Sharing with Good Fences and Skywatch Friday.

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