"FiddleSong Farm Stuck in Reverse"
This weekend one of my friends from work bought all three kids. MAN is it quiet around here. I miss them, but it was easier than I thought it would be. I realized that the hardest thing for me about selling kids is breaking up the families. I'm not worried that they won't be cared for, goats are tough! I worry about their poor little broken hearts.
We may have an unauthorized pregnancy in the barn. Rick was working on the barn one day and Fiddler (our buck) opened a gate and got in with two yearling does. Last week I noticed that one of those does, FiddleSong Kate, looks a little more......substantial. No udder yet, but this is Zip's daughter. She could be sneaky like her mother. Wouldn't it be nice if Kate gave us a doeling that looks like Zip?
GOAT milk? Oh, YES please!! I believe I have solved our milking problem. Both my does hate being milked by hand, but they LOVE my super duper hand-powered goat milking machine! I can milk Whimsy in three minutes flat. Both her and Honey are giving a generous pint per milking. That is a half gallon per day!! What do I do with all that fresh creamy milk? I make cheese :)
If you haven't had icy cold fresh goat's milk, I encourage you to try some. There is a creamy delicious difference!
Fresh Honey milk at FiddleSong Farm....