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Introducing the new goats to the herd

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19 Responses

  1. Quiltgrany says:

    I am looking forward to your gardening videos! I am already so excited about planting mine this year too! I want to plant ginger this year – loved how yours looked last year. The goats look like they are adjusting to their new home very well. We woke up to 27 degrees this morning in Georgia. Our weather has been so crazy and very thankful it is not as wet as it has been since Christmas. You look and sound like you are feeling much better Rose! Praying you have a much healthier year. Deborah in Williamson, GA

  2. Cindy Smith says:

    I have to search for my duck eggs also. I do that and have had eggs to bust in my pocket…lol

  3. Area 51 Farms with Dr Beth says:

    I don't have goats but the other video looks like my day.  Love knowing there are others out there that share my love and hobbies

  4. Tammy Russo says:

    I love Shy

  5. Deb Ketelsen says:

    What a difference a year makes. You are so much healthier and active and cheerful. It is great to see you happy and enthused about goats and the garden. Do you pick the dandelion leaves to eat? I know you leave the flowers for bees but all that fresh green foraged food is so good in the early spring. It will be a good 2 months plus before I see any in my yard. I really can't wait!!! LOL!

  6. PG Nano Farm says:

    I love living vicariouslythrough you watching the goats.

  7. PIECE of PEACE Homestead says:

    SWAMP RASH, SWAMP RASH, SWAMP RASH. Say that 3 times as fast as you can without gettin' smacked in the mouth by your mamma!!! LoL 😉

  8. T Ward says:

    How many goats are you milking at the moment?

  9. granny bee says:

    Love your vids. Your dedication to your animals is amazing. I'm excited about getting a garden going again, too. I am starting from scratch in our new location since we had to put our wonderful garden spot up for sale after my honey's health set back. Starting over, but starting much smaller at our advancing ages. (73 and 68).

  10. Pam Weishaupt says:

    blooming dandelions? I'm jealous! 🙂

  11. Bama_Grits says:

    I can't wait to see you in MARCH!!!!!!!!
    xoxo

  12. Lynn Smith says:

    I’m glad the introduction went well Shy seems so sweet, well they all do.

  13. HEAVENBOUND Homestead says:

    When I was young I had a goat name Dolittle. Even though it was a girl goat. I loved milking her.

  14. High Road says:

    We made the decision to breed for improvements and not to register. Our Nubians are for milk primarily, and we need to have a light work load (easy birthings, good mommas, sweet goats, good conformation, HEALTH, easy milking, good milk quality). We bred registered to unregistered this year. Good for you for improving your herd, helping your friends and the goats. Win win win!!

  15. suzanne burford says:

    Lovely video Rose, any chance of seeing Heart. How is she?. sue xx uk.

  16. Lorie Habel says:

    Wonderful herd. Is it really worth it? That is ones choice for sure.

  17. Genevieve Greene says:

    She will be hopping up there in no time.

  18. Wrenches and boards says:

    Awesome goats very fun video to watch thank you for sharing and have a awesome weekend.

  19. GraceHomesteadFarm says:

    YES! I broke one in my pocket that I had forgotten about…then slid my phone into that pocket! Ugh yolk filled everything and thankfully after 2 days it works again. My ducks have just started laying again. My garden will be 75×35 this year….so excited of what we are going to grow! Happy Homesteading!! ~Shaina~

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