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Home comfort    Posted 03-24-2003 at 12:04:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
My Nubian doe gave birth to three kids Sat. She even choose a good time, 6pm. There are two little spotted does. They are beautiful. The buck is black with white and brown markings-no spots , but strong and healthy. After several years, these are my first spotted kids. What a thrill! Spring has arrived!

Tom A    Posted 03-25-2003 at 05:28:53       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Congrats!! New kids are always a lot of fun to watch and play with. Lots of human handling now makes for easier to handle adults, and it is so much fun too.

What ya gonna do with the little buck...keep him? If you do, are you planning on wethering him or leaving him intact?


Home Comfort    Posted 03-26-2003 at 16:17:58       [Reply]  [No Email]

Hi Tom,
I'll be selling two as 4-H goats. The buck will be one to be sold. Hopefully, some enthusiastic child will fall in love and make a cart goat out of him. He had 20-22 ozs. of milk at the last feeding! I do not have enough housing to keep all of them. I REALLY do not need them all, but I do hate to part with them.
Thanks for asking!

SeaJ    Posted 03-24-2003 at 12:23:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Oh how sweet!!! I know you are enjoying the little ones. My first, a doe was born this past sept. She's really enjoying her first spring. She's so much fun to watch bounce around the pasture. lol. take care of those little ones.

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