Okay, I want to try this too!

Discussion in 'Goats' started by GoslingFever, Aug 17, 2006.

  1. GoslingFever

    GoslingFever Goslings say Weh-Wey-Weh!

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    On another forum, a poster posted pics of her equines and asked what other people had for equines. I had so much fun scrolling through gorgeous photos, that I wanted to see beautiful groups of goats too!

    So what do your goats look like?
     
  2. Rowdy

    Rowdy Well-Known Member

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    Here are most of my goats.

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  3. GoatLove

    GoatLove Well-Known Member

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    Rowdy-the are beautiful!!!

    Here are my wethers:

    Rex and Rocky (Lamancha/Nubian twins, 2 years old)
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  4. Caprice Acres

    Caprice Acres AKA "mygoat" Staff Member Supporter

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    In ABC order

    Andre, 3 yo black buck, father to Cadee, Ester, Giselle, Havyn, Rocketbutt and babies # 1 & 2 :

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    Boston, 2 YO light caramel doe, mother to babies # 1 & 2 :

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    Cadee, 1 YO black and white sundgau agouti doe :

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    Daisy, 4 YO white semi-characteristic doe, mother to Cadee, Ester, Giselle, Havyn, and Rocketbutt :

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    Ester, 1 YO dark caramel with black trim :

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    Fynley, 1 YO white caramel with black trim :

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    Giselle, 3.5 week old black and brown sundgau paint :

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    Havyn, 3.5 week old black and white sundgau agouti :

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    Rocketbutt (sold baby), 3.5 week old tricolor white caramel :

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    Babies 1 & 2, 7 weeks old, #1 is black doe, #2 is the medium caramel with black trim.

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  5. moosemaniac

    moosemaniac Well-Known Member

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    Heck, now I've got to pop some pics into my computer so I can post 'em. Here's the one I use at work as my desktop wallpaper. It's my buck, Oliver and his three 2005 daughters.

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    Ruth
     
  6. Faithful Heart

    Faithful Heart Well-Known Member

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    I love this idea!

    So far I really like Rowdy's red doe.... what a wonderful color! And I really like Mygoat's big Andre, and Fynley too..... both very handsome. Plus that pic of Rocketbutt! Wow! Now does that name fit or what!? LOL

    Here's my two.....

    "Chivo" - he's 4 months old, of an unknown breed, but I think he's pretty good looking. :) Definately a sweetheart.

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    And our little doe, "Miss Hope" - she's almost 3 months old, and a 3/4 boar 1/4 kiko.

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  7. Faithful Heart

    Faithful Heart Well-Known Member

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    Just got this in my e-mail, and I thought it was pretty darn cute. This is my friend's little goat, Rudy, and her granddaughter who's 2 years old and just LOVES this goat.

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  8. lijj

    lijj Well-Known Member

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    yay pictures :) oh you can see more pictures here--> http://www.photos.yahoo.com/goat.pirate
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    My 6 (with the one in the feed)

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    Annie (the black oberhasli) and Winnie

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    Fred (the floppy eared kid) my youngest and only wether, and Rilla his sister (they are Winnie's kids)

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    Libby, Annie's daughter

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    A very young Lily
     
  9. gryndlgoat

    gryndlgoat Well-Known Member

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  10. jill.costello

    jill.costello Well-Known Member

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    ^^ Cayenne and her favorite kid, Sparky
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    ^^ Cayenne, Sparky, and Trouble (the tiny doeling)
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    ^^ Coffee, my 2 year old "special needs" goatie... :shrug: :1pig:
     
  11. boren

    boren Well-Known Member

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    Wait, that's a funny looking goat...
     
  12. ozark_jewels

    ozark_jewels Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Part of my Boer herd.

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    Junior my Boer sire.

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    The milking herd in repose.

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    My fencing "help". :)

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    Chex and her clone??

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    Lucy Too on the run.

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    A set of Quads.

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    New momma......
     
  13. Queen Bee

    Queen Bee Well-Known Member Supporter

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    :dance: :dance: More, More!!! Love this thread. Maybe we can do it on the sheep and poultry forums also!! Beautiful goats, everyone.. It makes me a little sad because I have no farm animals right now....
     
  14. mary,tx

    mary,tx Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Keisha (aka FavoriteGoat) with January buck (one of triplets)

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    The triplets

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    mary,tx Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Milly with two of triplet does.

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    Jackie says, "cheese!"

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  16. Beltane

    Beltane Enjoying Four Seasons

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    Those are beautiful photos everyone! I can't wait to have goats someday! :)
     
  17. MoCrafter

    MoCrafter Well-Known Member

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    These are our future milkers, our Saanen doelings, Winter and Willow. This was a couple of months ago. They are 6 months old now.
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    These are our pygmy goats, Sally and Penny, with our buckling, Blacky behind his mama, Penny. These are just for fun.
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    This is our whole herd. We've had the pygmies since the end of Feb. and the Saanens since the end of April. I love them all.

    Winona