No babies for Corina either.
Today I noticed baby bumps on both Bella and Sophie. Bella is on the left and Sophie on the right. Oh, that little Annie in the back is Isabella's little girl from last spring. She is definitely not pregnant. I'm so happy that our two girls are pregnant. I just don't think that we can milk more than two goats at one time. Then what would we do with all of that milk? This should be an experience in life for all of us. These two goats have never been milked. This is their first pregnancy. They are spoiled beyond belief. I will keep you all posted. I'm sure there will be plenty of laughs. These two girls were raised in the kitchen. Doesn't that say all?
I sent my check off for Goat School this spring at Stony Knolls Farm. Ted and I are going and are so excited. There is so much information that I feel like I missed the first time around. Janice and Ken Spaulding have been caring for goats for many years and they have so much information to share. Janice is a wonderful cook and has many recipes for a certain meat that we will leave nameless in respect for our caprine friends who read this blog.
Baby bumps, baby daddy, baby momma. All terms from this decade. Now we will start a new term. Goatie baby bumps. No, anyway. It is difficult to see if we have sheep baby bumps. So much wool. Take care and stay safe.
Much Love and Prayers from Mainely Ewes Farm