I MUST get to Ohio to see them!!
My husband races at a track in Norwalk. I was excited the first time he was going and said I should go. I thought he meant Connecticut! As it turned out, it was a lovely part of the country and we stayed at a hotel by a huge amusement park with some sort of famous roller coasters (I guess).
Oh yeah, that can be a problem if they don't go deep enough the first time around. And yes, a farm would be their fave habitat!Oh my, cuteness overload!! I had a little Nubian billy years ago, black and white. Got him at 5 weeks old and he stole my heart..lol He moved to a goat farm south of us when he was about 18 months old, as his "polled" horns grew back and he loved to butt the great danes, eat the azaleas, redtips, and telephone wires.. He was very happy when he got to the farm and discovered the nannie goats..lol
I would love to be out there with them so much more than I am, but I've been sick and it's too darn wet and cold. My fave thing in the world is to sit out there with my morning coffee, in the quiet, after chores are done. So very peaceful.oh my goodness Lin! Just when I think they couldn't get any cuter!! They are dolls. Oh, I would be out there cuddling them all the time if I were you. They are soooooooooooooo sweet!
If you are wanting them strictly for milk, Nubians are noted to have the best tasting milk. If you don't need a lot of milk, the Nigerian Dwarfs are wonderful little goats and they also give really good tasting milk. If ever you get them, you'll never look back!I love them! I want to get a milk goat or two and I will say I don't know a darn thing about 'em but I will certainly do my research before I get them Yours are precious.
Isn't that the truth! If does are kept properly and don't eat something they ought not, they have wonderful milk that makes the smoothest creamiest milk products ever!Aww they are so cute, we used to keep milk goats when I was young I used to love feeding and playing with the kids. The milk, cheese and cream was delicious