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Spirea’s Milk

Our first milk from our new goats!

Ready for the freezer.

Thank you Spirea!❤️😊🐐 #lappgetter








This is wonderful goat milk flowing through the tubes of our great milking machine. We bought Spirea shortly after she had given birth. This meant that she came to us “in milk”. It’s great to milk on this machine. Its very quick while being very gentle on Spirea. Spirea passes the time on the milk stand eating grain and carrots. She, like all ladies is fantastic at multitasking. She gives milk, eats and gets her coat brushed.I give her a kiss at the end of milking and thank her for her gift of milk. Her beautiful milk makes wonderful Eco-Friendly Li’l Sis Goat Milk Soap.❤️

#natural #lappgetter #handmade #ecofriendly #noanimaltesting #goatmilk #madeinsweden​


This is Theo, one of our two Lappgetter bucks. Bucks are said to be the important component of one’s herd. Well, without them there will be no babies and no fantastic goat milk. I can’t wait to start breeding our new ladies.#lappgetter

My sweet little Tana, my Leopard Gecko.

Max and Finn

The boys Max and Finn are packed and ready to go. We have our Li’l Sis Eco-Friendly Snuggle Pouches and dollies. It will be a long ride, 2 hours so my boys will ride in comfort.

We are off to pick up our new little buckling.


The Day we got Nanuk

Meet our newest member of our new little goat family.
He hasn’t really been named yet and is known as Lilbocken , the little buck.

We will watch this shy little fella and find just the right name for him.

Here you can see his beautiful elegant mother sunning herself as his father stands guard. He’s very handsome and proud. It seems the males of this breed grow a long shaggy coat, but not the ladies. This handsome fella’s coloring remained me of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup; chocolate and peanut butter.

It’s nice to see who his parents are.


Theo’s First Walk with his Harness

Theo’s first adventures on his leash with his wonderful harness from



Theo’ s adventures around Gullringstorp.
He’s still an absolute charm on the leash. Not sure of his weight but he’s a BIG boy. If I did not have complete control and trust, it wouldn’t be a pretty picture. He listens and makes constant eye contact.

He’s a dream.


Music for Goats

I’ve just put all the goats and chickens to bed. I know it seems early, but it’s getting dark around 15:30.

As I prepared the boxes and tended to everyone, they were given a bit of a concert. It made everything calm and peaceful even though my boys were a bit agitated. One of our does must be heading into heat.

That’s ok. It was lovely music and it took me away from the trials of this world.


A beautiful vintage painting of Sami milking lappgetter.