2021 Claire & Tam Breeding
Bunny is Claire’s dam, she is cream colored with a hint of a gold, with roaning. Tam has a buckskin pattern. His sire is light buckskin, while his dam is a medium buckskin.
2021 WyldeStyle & Tam Breeding
WyldeStyle was born with the first litter of kids on our farm. She continues to be naughty and I adore her. WyldeStyle’s dam is Willow, who is a solid cream color with random spotting and roaning. Crash is WyldeStyle’s sire. He has a light buckskin/swiss marked combination pattern. WyldeStyle is beautiful with a Swiss marked pattern. Tam has a buckskin pattern. His sire is light
2021 Georgia & Tam Breeding
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 WyldeStyle & Tam Breeding
WyldeStyle was one of the first group of kids born on our farm. She’s always been a bit naughty & I adore her.
2020 Willow & Tam Breeding
Willow is amazing! She had quads again.
2019 WyldeStyle & Tam Breeding
WyldeStyle was one of the first goat kids born on our farm so I have an extra soft spot for her. This was her first time being bred. The pregnancy went smoothly and she delivered two healthy kids.
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.
Polled, or Not?
Polled animals are animals born naturally without horns. Some breeds of cattle are entirely polled. There are not any goat breeds entirely polled. In goats, the polled gene is dominant. This means that a kid can only be polled if one, or both, parents are polled.
2018 Willow & Tam Breeding
Last year Willow was bred with Crash. Having been bred with Tam this year, I am curious to see the similarities and changes in her kids outward appearance.