Goat Kid Update

Welcome back!

I hope you had a nice Spring Break. As promised, there were kids born.

Serenity had 3 kids.

River had 2 baby goats. Misty had one baby goat.

It’s been busy around the farm because Misty’s baby needs to have a bottle. Misty isn’t making much milk so we use the extra milk from River to feed Misty’s baby a bottle.

Misty wasn’t feeling well so we had to give her some medication. The pill is in the end of the long, blue tube. There is a plunger so once the tube is far enough down Misty’s throat Matt pushes the plunger, and the pill goes right down without much trouble.

It was snowy and cold!

I’m sure the little tree is very happy to have more water!

It was cold when the kids were born
so JJ made herself a little nest in the hay.

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We have a chicken that is blind in one eye. It’s a little strange to have a chicken that is blind in one eye, and friendly.

We aren’t sure how her eye got infected in the first place.
She still lays eggs, and she’s friendly.
She doesn’t mind people petting her.
This is what her good eye looks like.

She’s a very pretty chicken. She still lays eggs, so she gets to stay on the farm!

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You’ll be happy to know that Mr. Turkey is out of Time Out.
He hasn’t wandered off the farm since we let him out.

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I don’t have many pictures this week because of all the work with the new goat kids. We’ve also been cleaning the barn and the farmyard so we can be ready for lots and lots of visitors. We want to make sure everything is safe for the people that visit the farm. We also need to clean up after winter because winter always leaves a mess behind.

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