Millie tells her story of life on an Iowa farm as a goat.
how sweet...Opal is has such gorgeous markings.
they are lovely little ones! millie, you be nice to your new friends!!!
Osmo looks like Nora the goat!
Millie, I was showing my mom pictures of Marley and she wants to know if he gets a lot of burrs in his curls and if you brush him or give him baths. The new goats are adorable even if Coffee is a Nubian. How do they get along with the other goats?
So far, the human has kept the newbies in that pen. Opal seems to be silly and likes to try butting heads with Cutie through the fence. Most of us just ignore them.Marley has never had a bath. We don't like to get wet, and I think the human would be in trouble if she tried bathing him. We really don't have much in the way of burrs and brambles where the boys are. We girls occasionally get burrs when she lets us in the big pasture, but she's nice about how she gets them out of our beards.
Osmo has a monkey face! Tee hee. They are really cute goats! I hope they won't steal your food, Millie!
Oh how sweet! They are lucky goats to be staying at your farm!
Oh, my little friends! That just put a tear in my eye to see them. I just read this post while getting ready at my hotel in Pennsylvania for another day of driving. Today I will visit our friend Isobelle and give her kisses from Marley. Opal and Lotus are full Nigerian dwarf, but unregistered. Osmo is his own unique self with unknown parentage. Coffee is a mini-Nubian but I don't know what the mini half was. Probably pygmy. Lotus loves the sides of her neck rubbed. Opal was born at Blank Park Zoo!
They are doing quite well. My human says we are going to move them to a bigger area this afternoon so they can run and jump and play! We all hope your trip is safe. Don't forget the Fionn kisses for Mimi if you see her!
What sweet friends you have Millie!