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Goats for the farm

Postby Ironman » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:36 pm

We have been busy fencing in a section for some goats.

I think we should be ready by mid-spring. Anyone have a favorite breed?

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Re: Goats for the farm

Postby clem1414 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:44 pm

boer goats are the best for clean out brush and young saplings.

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Re: Goats for the farm

Postby F & C Farm » Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:13 pm

Howdy,

Are y'all going to want to sell some of the new kids?
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Re: Goats for the farm

Postby clem1414 » Wed Jan 28, 2009 5:43 am

howdo,
yep the misses wants to sell all the new ones plus Bonnie and Clyde.I told the wife last night if we dont sell them then we will spend the money to fence in the whole back 40 pass the creek and even putting in the bridge .Come up and see the new kid

Chuck & Carol

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Re: Goats for the farm

Postby F & C Farm » Wed Jan 28, 2009 2:11 pm

Hi Chuck (Chuckles) :lol: & Carol,

We are really wanting at least two on the kids. Just have to get everything ready in the meantime.

Clyde is the 'Stoner'? Best I recollect.

I have to be at work all Saturday for the cable changeout... maybe soon can get up there and check 'em out. ** Will bring the digital camera and get some pictures for you.

Later,

Frank
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Re: Goats for the farm

Postby F & C Farm » Tue Jul 14, 2009 11:38 am

Our new goats!!!
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Re: Goats for the farm

Postby Ironman » Mon Aug 31, 2009 10:51 am

We haven't had time for the August update on the site yet http://www.cw-fc.com/fandcfarm/monthlyupdate.htm.

But we finally lost a critter this last Thursday. We had bought two 4 month old wether Lamancha/Alpine brothers. They were very wormy. Named Bryen and Stewie. Bryen finally gave up Thursday afternoon. Believe me, we did everything humanly possible - as per our vet. he was just too far gone it seems. Stewie is doing great!


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