Merry Christmas everyone!

12/24/2009 at 2:11 pm 4 comments

Tallulah's hungry

It’s a nice white Christmas here at the home of the Gilead Goats, and we are wishing everyone a happy and peaceful holiday. 

Little Pedey

 The wee goats don’t love the snow so much…they’ve been mostly hanging out in the barn, so I haven’t had great photo opps of late.  I hope to get some better pics this weekend, I plan to take the kids out for a little Christmas stroll to see if they’ll get used to the snow in their toes a bit and will post some pics of that next week.  The good news is that they are growing back hair/fleece at an amazing rate, and are looking quite fluffy and curly these days. 

Does anyone know of any particularly good goat treats for Christmas?

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… Happy New Year!

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Deb Clemens  |  12/24/2009 at 3:17 pm

    animal crackers are a favorite in my barn, not only of the goats, but the horses, sheep, rabbits, dogs, etc. etc.! (not the frosted kind, just the regular) Merry Christmas to you and your goatie friends!

  • 2. tomdockery  |  12/27/2009 at 8:46 pm

    Merry Christmas to you and the goats at Gilead Goats

  • 3. Adelaide  |  12/28/2009 at 12:53 pm

    They are growing! It looks like they are thriving and very happy.

    Happy New Year to you, your family and the lovely goaties.

  • 4. Becky  |  01/02/2010 at 12:18 pm

    Hi Kristin,
    I have had a great time reading your blog and couldn’t resist adding a comment. I have 28 colored Angoras at this point and still am crazy about them! My suggestion for a special treat will be something you can do next year but it is a great treat for the goats. I collect Sugar Maple branches before the leaves change in the fall and let them dry. The goats go crazy for them and you can keep them through out the winter and share them on special occasions! Glad I am not the only one that wants to spread holiday cheer with my goats too! Thanks for sharing your fun with your goats!


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