Moon is one of the newest additions to our herd. She’s fitting in well and is very mild mannered. Her only flaw, as far as I can tell so far, is her constant need to want to escape every time I open and close the gate.
Bunny is our second milking doe. We recently brought her home, so we are just getting to know each other. So far, I love her. She is very mild mannered. She had never been hand milked prior to coming to our house. You would never know it. She gives me very little trouble at milking time.
Willow is the first doe to come to our farm. She’s the first goat I milked. She’s the dam to the first kids born on our farm. So, I kinda have a soft spot for her. She is a spirited goat that expects things to go her way. I am thankful for her, though, as she’s been great for me as a newbie milker.
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