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A Visit to Sandy’s Farm


Some of Sandy's Goats

Some of Sandy's Goats

Sandy and I have been talking about hatching out some of the eggs that she has from her chicken flock, and I went to her farm to pick up the incubator, and dozens of fertilized eggs. When I got there, the kids started showing me all sorts of animals that I had not yet seen. I thought it would be cool to post some of the pictures that I took. Above, three goats relax on a large rock. Judging by the grins on there faces, they are having a great day, just like me.

Male goat with Horns

Male goat with Horns

The Male goat had pretty big horns, I’d guess they are about 8 inches long. When I was hunched down taking this picture one of the other goats was about to climb up on my back… but Sandy scared him off before he left any hoof prints on my jacket.

Baby Goat

Baby Goat

Here is the friendliest goat I have ever seen, and reminded me of a little puppy. What a cool little pet. The kids were trying to talk me into getting one, but I have no where to keep it.

Goats Like to Climb

Goats Like to Climb

He is a tree that Davie cut down for the goats to climb on.

Bunnies

Bunnies

I also got some pictures of Sandy’s bunnies. Aren’t they cute ? They weren’t outside long, just enough time to snap a few pictures.

My New Rooster

My New Rooster

Just before leaving to go home, Sandy asked if I wanted a Rooster to keep my chickens company. I thought it was a great idea. Now, my eggs should be fertilized, and I can hatch out little chickens. As soon as he was in the coop, he was alarming the whole farm to his presence, with the traditional Coc-a-doodle-doo.  Guess I don’t have to worry about setting the alarm clock any more……

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Categories: Chickens, Goats, People, Rabbits
  1. Maurice
    March 12, 2010 at 5:37 am

    Get the little goat… he can hang out with mine… there’s always room for one more!

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