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Snowy and Windy Day Keeps Gullringstorp Goats Inside


Yesterday was not a day for our goats to go outside. After a couple of beautiful , warm and sunny days, our goats were not able to come outside. It’s always a shame when we start new routines like the new hay rack for the boys. They really need to have consistency with their routine. I wanted them to get used to the new location for the hay. Oh well, we can only wait for the good days to come. For now they relax in the stable:

Mother-to-be Pumpkin and her daughter Rosie relax

Mother-to-be Pumpkin and her daughter Rosie relax

Ivy and her daughter Surprise relax while mother-to-be is wide awake

Ivy and her daughter Surprise relax while mother-to-be is wide awake

Keriana with her daughter Fiona sleep close to fence to be close to Alika

Keriana with her daughter Fiona sleep close to fence to be close to Alika

Mothers-to-be Pansy and Poppy

Mothers-to-be sisters Poppy and her sister Pansy (kind of hidden)

Hilda and her daughter,   mother-to-be-Peanut live in box which doesn’t get much light from the light fixtures. It was just too dark to photograph., but they were resting close together as usual.

Nanna was NOT resting at all. She was in heat. This was a relatively mild heat so far, because her cries are not nearly as loud as normal, for her. Notice he flicking of her tail, this is called “flagging”.

Balder is up and wide awake

Balder is up and wide awake.  Look at those beautiful eyes!

Baby Boy is also wide awake

Baby Boy is also wide awake

Little Man  rests by himself while Toby and Pip like to snuggle

Little Man rests by himself while Toby and Pip like to snuggle

Toby and Pip

Toby and Pip

Winston, Philip och Little Man

Winston, Philip my little boys love to sleep close together while  Little Man lays close by

We hope for better weather so our goats can be out for more than one or two days at a time.

2 responses

  1. We have been stuck in for the last two days due to a large ice storm. Hopefully tomorrow everyone will go out

    April 14, 2013 at 07:58

    • Hej from Sweden!
      Too bad for our goats to still be in after such a long winter. Our gang is out today inspite of the wet ground. They were getting cabin fever! They are happy to be out. hope your gang gets out soon!

      April 14, 2013 at 13:16

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