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grrrr......these kids.....

 
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....were supposed to be earless!!! truth be told my 'lamancha' (earless) buck is only 3/4 lamancha so I suppose between him and their momma a few floppy ear genes may have sneaked through, I did witness the breeding or at least ONE of them.......or....... Patch had a late night or through the fence encounter with the boer buckling (on the right).




 
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Are those the "new kids on the block?" (Sorry, can't resist a play on words ) Are they doelings or bucklings?
 
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Ahhhh Leah, they are just absolutely GORGEOUS
 
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thanks! one doe and one buck......that were supposed to be earless ...oh did I say that already? ok I'll admit they are cute even with the normal ears. I'm going to have to be real careful with them trying to raise them at this time of year. not the best time for goats to be having babies for sure. generally past april is considered to late in this part of the country.
 
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