Thursday, October 6, 2011

THEY'RE HERE!!!

It has been a long and exhausting 48hrs here, but we did it...We got the pens finished the shelter in place and drove to Fort White and collected our goats....Only took us 8 weeks to get them home...

I only managed to snap a couple of photos with my phone because as soon as we got home and them unloaded it stated to rain...Then we had to run to town and pick-up Sara from Daycare....Maybe tomorrow I will be able to take the Nikon outside and try for some better photos.

Boots in the back and Princess (the goat previously known as Deenie) in the front

Not a great photo of the goats but I love the over exposed Americana feel of this photo of Sara, whom is VERY happy to have the goats home...Boots of course is hers and Princess (goat formally known as Deenie) is Big sisters.

And lastly Farmer Brown aka Hubby with the goats...You get a real sense how small they are in this photo...I love the fact that as Nigerian Dwarfs they will not get much larger either.

Blessings Kelsie

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10 comments:

Millie said...

Yeah! They're here! I guess they are cute for Nigerian Dwarfs, but I do think Saanens would be better. I'm just sayin'...

Teresa said...

How exciting to bring home your first goats. It's hard to believe it was just over 8 years ago that I brought home my first goat. I can't imagine life without them now.

Tayet Silverspoon said...

I came on over from Verde Farm. Check out my goatie blog! lucky13goatranch.blogspot.com

Welcome to the goatie world! Put on your seat belt and enjoy the wild, crazy fun of goat life.

Tayet

Heidi said...

Congratulations Kelsie,

I am so excited for you and a bit jealous too. Can't wait for more pics. Have a great day.

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

Your new babies are beautiful! And I am jealous. I want another goat. I had one as a child, his name was Charlie, and he thought he was a dog. We lived in the country on a dirt road, and when a car came by, the dogs would chase it, and so would Charlie.

Nancy K. said...

Congratulations! I can't wait to see and learn more about your new babies!

Darla said...

Welcome Home goats!! Some of my church friends just got pygmy goats and can't keep them in their pen....good luck

Voni said...

I love your new goats. I just love Nigerians and their coloring. We have several among other animals. Feel free to visit my blog WWW.anvoacres.blogspot.com.
Voni

Dreaming said...

They are so cute. Congrats. Can't wait to see more pictures!

Tami said...

oh i am so jealous!! have fun!