Much quieter than her bossy sister, but sometimes so goofy!
Petunia threw triplets, quadruplets, quintuplets and quadruplets again--she definitely paid her dues and now keeps an eye on the herd for us.
Peanut's daughter, and spitting image. Our first doe born on the farm.
Such an impish rascal, everyone loves Oreo!
Resident mischief-maker. He and his brother were our first two goats on The Goat Farm.
Our first mini-Nubian. She and Petunia seem to be the co-queens of the herd.
One of the triplets Georgia threw in 2016, Greta is a 3rd gen Mini-Nubian.
Sweet little Gracie is one of the playful of our bunch, especially with dear friend Poppy.
Such a congenial little gal, our Beatrice. After a surgery (she had tumors removed) she would cry for me to let her out of the goat area, and she just wanted to spend time with the humans in our backyard.
One of our smallest does, Sweetpea is still a powerhouse--throwing triplets in both 2017 and 2018.
Sweetpea's sister, Daff is a bit of an introvert, but still happy to sit with you if you'll scratch under her chin.
Charlotte barely makes a peep, but loves to hang out with the humans.
Petite and playful, Poppy is one of our youngest herd members.
Sally would live in the house with us if she could. She's named after Mindy's first childhood pet, also a white Saanen.
Our next open day at The Goat Farm is "Small Barnyard Saturday" on Nov. 30th.