My herd is small, clean, and closed. I raise these beautiful goats for milk

My herd is small, clean, and closed. I raise these beautiful goats for milk
These goats really work. I use the milk for cheese and soap, and other things. I milk by hand and expect lots of good tasting milk and nice manners on the stanchion.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

First 2008 Kids

These triplets are from PROVERBS 31 KISSIN KATE and PROVERBS 31 GIDEON'S FLEECE. They belong to my friends, and I'm thrilled these kids turned out so well. I'm very pleased with my breeding program! The results are better every year.


Nora Lee said...

How precious! My father-in-law used to raise goats, and the babies were always so cute! Thank you for stopping by and visiting Nora Lee's Nook. Drop in any time!


Rein said...

Wonderful pictures!

Kathleen said...

Hey Dalyn!
I found it. I guess I was just too tired last night! LOL

The girls are so adorable! It would be so cute watching them frolicking around like you said they were today!

See ya tomorrow!

SuzyScribbles said...

FarmWife here from

Oh, oh, oh! I LOVE your Nubian goat ranch in Yakima! When we move over to our place in the Okanogan (by the Nat'l forest up past Tonasket, I want my dairy goats back! I milked Nubians and we loved the milk! If my DH will let me, I would love to buy goats from you. (DH and I know that Nubians are a little "mouthy" but they are my favorite, favorite breed.) I am going to link to you, too!
Thanks for visiting my blog over on homesteadblogger. It is one of 6 blogs and it is not as active as the ones over on homeschoolblogger. Mostly because we don't have any livestock right now. Enumclaw has grown up all around our 1-acre piece and they "un-zoned" us for livestock. Can you believe it? We have friends who live near Yakima. Sure nice meeting you!

Pam said...

The triplets are just beautiful.

I just happened to find your blog this evening. We raised goats several years ago, and I absolutely love them. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

LisaWA said...

Oh Dalyn! I want to hug them and squeeze them and call them my friend George! lol

How cute! Good job....