This is the 4th time Georgia has freshened. It is also most likely her last. The birthing went well, however she ended up with gangrenous mastitis. Since that diagnosis doesn’t have anything to do with the topic of this post, I will save that story for another day.
2020 Georgia & Wander Breeding
This is Georgia’s 3rd freshening. We missed seeing the births by just a few minutes. But, as far as I could tell she did great and had no problems afterwards.
2019 Kidding Season
Thankfully another uneventful kidding season. All the mamas did great. Our farm gained 7 bucks and 5 does. ❤
2019 Georgia & Tam Breeding
This is Georgia’s 2nd breeding season. She did fabulous again. The pregnancy and birth were trouble free. And, even though she’s a bit stand-offish towards her human and goat friends, she is a great mom.
Goat Coat Pattern
Continuing my fascination with genetics, this post is about the coat patterns of goats.
2018 Kidding Season
We had three does due to kid the end of February to the beginning of March. Thankfully, all three mamas did great and we had a problem free kidding season.
2018 Georgia & Tam Breeding
Georgia was a first freshener this year, so I was excited to see what her babies would look like and what kind of mom she would be. The babies are darling and she is a great mom.
Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat Herd: Georgia
I brought home Georgia when she was about 12 weeks old. She is a spunky thing, like her mom, Willow. I love her markings and think she will make a great goat to show.