So back when I was moving goats around and getting everyone situated, I had one buck who figured out he could clear my fences easy peasy. Add a frisky doe in heat and I walk in to one happy buck hanging out in a pile of girls. Five months later, I have three gals for sure ready to pop and I think I need to blood test one more gal(she might just be fat). Maia, aka frisky doe, dropped a couple of adorable doelings on Thursday. "Mr.
Man, I love hobnobbing with my goat peoples! In any social group/competition there will be people who don't get along, but I gotta say, I haven't found it yet! I love going to shows or goat events to meet the other crazy goat lovers. I just got back from the Spokane Fair and I'm just dying to participate next year. So here's the events I hope to/want to attend in the coming months.
Goat AI Clinic - October 12-13 in Moscow Idaho(email email@example.com for info)
When I first got goats, I knew I wanted to have a registered herd, however, I didn't trust myself as a goat mom and I had never raised any kind of livestock myself. I was worried that I would find that raising goats was not for me, so I didn't want to get really expensive registered does only to have to give up and sell them off. I started out with two sisters who were 1/2 Nigerian, 1/4 Lamancha, 1/4 Oberhasli and a little cutie who was some mix but mostly Nigerian. They were Padme, Leia and Starbuck. I approached learning how to care for goats like a college curriculum and I began to t
Hiya! Welcome to Gavella Goats! My wonderful husband made this awesome website for me. He tolerates my goat habit, and he even found one guy that is his favorite(Kai). Its still a work in progress, but its done enough to go live. I've also got a public Facebook account, Gavella Goats. I'm not really taking reservations on kids just yet, but I will list them for sale here, on craigslist and Spokane goat groups.