Some Goats

I know I haven’t shared much about the goats lately, but I promise they are still here and doing well.





Maisie (back) and Hilda

Maisie (back) and Hilda

I’m ready for some free time to spend with the goats.  Um. Not sure that’s going to happen.

A Short Walk

I took a short break tonight and went for a walk in pasture.  It was so nice to be out there with the goats.  I love seeing the big round bales out there, but they do need moved so they don’t kill my grass.  Now that it’s beautiful and short, I can have my June babies out there.

Bonnie and Ruby

Bonnie and Ruby

I do believe moms and kids are all enjoying it.

A Full Barn

Thursday was one of the hottest days of the year (followed by Friday and Saturday).  It only makes sense.  After all, we usually bale my hay in July when it’s horrible weather.  Since this is my first cutting of hay, Mother Nature was nice enough to give us July weather.

Goats in hayfield_6118w

I got off work early because of the heat, so I came home and made sure the guys raking and baling had plenty of water to drink.



Then I helped stack hay in the barn.


It’s the first time we’ve ever used one of those nifty little elevators.  I’m pretty sure we will do whatever it takes to make sure we get to use it every year from now on.


Not to say we’re getting old and wimpy or anything, but we did stack about 600 bales that evening.

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