Back again

I need to make a more concerted effort to blog.  I’ve been fighting my way out of a very deep depression, and it’s taken me a lot longer than it should have.

Anyway, once again, I find myself with way too many adorable angora goats, and I have got to sell at least 15 or 20.

It’s not that I don’t have enough land, I do.  What I don’t have enough of is energy and time for them.

I shall be taking photos of those I want to sell and posting those in the next few weeks.  Some need to go with their mama’s.  All of them need to go with at least one other goat, unless you are interested in a yearling buck.  Those are old enough to manage it you already have a small herd.

None of my goats are registered.  But they all have pedigrees and are all colored angora goats or color carriers.

This is a closed herd – meaning the goats do not leave the property where they can come into contact with diseases that are difficult or impossible to eradicate.  I do not show them, and that is the main reason they are not registered … I would have to transport them to be inspected to be registered.

Because my goats are not registered, I sell them for a lower price. If you want to go through the registration process, you can do so.

Here are two bucklings born in early February – Amadeus and Wisp.


.Amadeus and Wisp