Monday, April 19, 2010

None More Goat

Over the rainy and cold weekend, we had some new friends over to the farm to take a look at the goats and our setup in general. I could fill a book with the things I don't know about farming, but I have learned a lot about this particular piece of land. Since my new friends are also looking to buy a small farm, I am happy to share my personal mistakes and minor triumphs about "City Girl Moves To The Country, Buys Goats".

One of the topics that was discussed however is that, apparently, I don't talk about the goats enough. Additionally, when I do talk about the goats, I do not properly convey their cuteness.

So, at the risk of stating the obvious: My goats are cute!

Therefore what follows is a completely content-free post. It's just pictures and videos of goats being cute. Because my readers demanded it. And I deliver.


Brego is my cleanup man. Amy is not so sure...


Freya, meet Brego.











Goats doing what they do best: yard work!

8 comments:

CaitStClair said...

Ha ha! Baby goats with the Zooms? Adorable! Now that my mare is at home and all by her lonesome I've been debating getting her a goat for company. This is definitely not helping keep the discussion practical!

JeniQ said...

hahahaha the zooming baby goats! Tooo cute!

AareneX said...

Zoom-butt goats! Totally squee.

Marie said...

They really are adorable. Goats are awesome.

Mama2Arden said...

Goats Represent:-).... let me just share that when I got off the phone with the agent today I said horses and I think I'm going to end up with a goat per Arden :)

WarPony said...

I still can't believe we both have horses named Brego, want to live self sufficiently, and have goats and I didn't know it until another of my friends linked me to your blog here, even though I have you on my follow list for your other blog and have for like over a year. lol.

Goats ARE cute. Painfully, desperately, adorably cute. Mine are like an adorable herd of barely controlled (or not controlled depending on the day) chaos.

Austen said...

GOATS!!!!!!!!

Judith said...

You can't fault a girl for trying so here it goes...
Hey Daun, gives us an update on the farm! How was the season, what were some big lessons learned, have you eaten lamb? Regarding eating lambs - I greatly admire your dedication to giving the animals you eat the best life possible. That takes a lot of honesty, courage and conviction.