Since the spring freshening we’ve revamped the duck pond so its a bit deeper and lined the banks to help prevent errosion.
He’s such a sweet boy. Always follows us around and is ever watchful in the night.
These three could spend hours on the deck enjoying the view.
Now we know why she loves to debark trees so much!
Soaking up the last of the sun at the top of our property.
Continuing with the 2014 male centric trend, Petunia delivered two billy kids. We are looking forward to creating some of our own dairy products and adding a new species to the meat freezer.
Lucky ole Tore has been moved from his lower pen up to his new area with the goats. Though only until the grass really starts to green up.
Its always nice to have company. This year our family came for Easter.
Another little ewe lamb showed up this morning. That leaves only one ewe left to lamb. Lily.
1. Black, white and polled ewe lamb, – 8lbs
All the little guys and gals got their tags and a check up today. We have quite a few black ones so we decided to put colored ribbons on their tags to make identification easier.