We spent another afternoon working on the goat barn, this one ended up with a lot better results than the last one.
The goats are going a bit of an extended field trip. One of our neighboring farms has an Agra-tainment business, and they asked to borrow some of our goats for their Fall season. If you are local and want to go visit our goats you can see them at STOKOE Farms
We try to let our goats out every day or every other day to get some grass and some exercise since out new bigger pen is still not completed. We talk about how the goats are doing, how they are growing and what our plans are for the them in the future.
This is a super short video, and just something I was having fun with as we moved the hay we just got for the goats the. Truck got as close as it could and we had to carry it from there.
The goats have outgrown their current enclosure so we need to put up a new one. The plan had always been to give them most of our back area, and we finally got around to putting up the fence to do that.
It has been a while since we gave you an update, we got a new fence the goats got bigger, we have a few for sale and a few goats go on a field trip.
My previous boss used to say, “every day is an adventure.” My reply was often something like, “Yes, but some days I wish were a little less adventuresome.”
We had one female goat (a doe), her name is Clarabelle, and she has been kind of a holdout. Well, last night, in the middle of the other chaos, she had her kids.
One of the baby goats was really excited to get out.
We are putting a new pen in for the male goats. This was our first try. Let’s just say it don’t go as planned.