Even with our small herd it’s difficult to remember all the identification and medical records for each goat. To keep track and stay organized I created a few worksheets to help me manage our goat family. I am offering these sheets as free downloads that you print at home. You will need the latest version of Adobe Reader to view the PDF’s. It can be
Wingman comes from the first goat kids born on our farm, which means he’s also one of the first goats to be registered with our Plentywater name. His dad, Crash, has good lineage so I kept Wingman as a way to carry on such good genes. I also love his tan with roaning coloring. Next fall, I hope to breed him with Moon. He has
Wyldestyle is quite appropriately named. I love her. She has a lot of personality and a favorite of most everyone who comes to visit. But, she likes to escape. She was a tiny thing, weighing only 2.4 pounds, when born. She was raised by her mama, but also bottle fed. Her coloring is somewhat rare for a Nigerian Dwarf, being Swiss marked.
This year we had our first kidding! Thankfully everything went perfectly and Willow gave birth to quadruplets – 3 boys and a girl. Maybe it’s because they’re my first goat babies, but I love them all. They have such fun personalities and the little girl is spunky and stubborn just like her mama. We hang out with them quite a bit, so they’re all friendly.