Monday, January 30, 2012


Uh-oh.... Houston we have a problem... Last night when I went to pick up my doe (who's recently been playing nice with a buck...:-) ) and trying to find a herdsire for my girls, I was shown a little, (well actually not so little, one day old and over 10 lbs!!) black buckling. I didn't bring my camera doh! but he's an even better prospect than the little white buck I've told you about already. I have a very difficult decision to make and soon. It's too bad I don't need two - yet!


  1. I know! That's why I went with a black buck for two of my does the first time, I was hoping... I'd LOVE LOVE LOVE to have a little black doe and one with loads of moonspots! So maybe next year...

  2. You will need two eventually right? :)

  3. Get them both, breed them to your herd...whether or not you keep them "intact" depends on how much you can tolerate buck smell!

  4. Get them both...intact, depending on how much you can tolerate buck smell.Breed them both and see what they "throw".
    Now down the road a piece, whether one and let someone have a great pet. Those that are allergic to dogs and cats usually can have a fixed goat.


So what's the view from your world about that? I'd enjoy hearing it.