April 28, 2016

Kid Play



The "big boys" are 6 - 8 weeks older than all of the little girls.

Violet is the only "grown up" who will play with the boys.






First meeting with the big bucks.

Thunder is just too curious and friendly. :)

16 comments:

  1. How do you get anything else done? I'd just sit there entranced all day long! Love it!

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  2. What a lovely crop of kids you have this year!

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  3. Wonderful to see all that green grass around. I hope it continues through the season. Adorable pictures of goat kids of course. Extra cuteness galore!

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    1. Good forage is always a primary concern and I'm glad to see the spring growth commencing. We've just reseeding two areas for pasture, so hoping for plenty to feed everybody!

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  4. I love the goat "bent head dive bomb fake out" move. My girls do it all the time! Are your babies getting disbudded or are they coming out polled?

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    1. I've had polled goats from time to time, but all of my Kinders have had horns. I don't like horns so I'm disbudding. Not a favorite job but necessary, I think.

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  5. I love having free entertainment behind my house!

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  6. Leigh,

    I love all your pictures of the babies playing...even the older guys :-)

    It's good to see all the 4 legged critters are well.

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  7. That shot of Thunder is just too cute! I know someone who is gonna be squeeing a lot when she sees these.

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  8. Your "kids" are so cute. I am afraid I would not get anything done because I would be watching them play! Nancy

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  9. Oh my gosh Leigh, they are adorable.

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  10. The ears blowing in the wind, much too funny but so wonderful.

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  11. A very happy herd of goats! Loved the pictures.

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  12. Great pictures of the frolicking goats. Love seeing your pictures. I so jealous of your life - except for all the hard work it takes.

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  13. Looks like so much fun. If I had baby goats around, I don't think I'd ever get anything done. I wouldn't be able to stop watching them.

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