Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Brown Robyn

I have had some asking how Diva's boys from 2007 are doing. Thought I would show some photos of Brown Robyn and what he has been up to. May 21, 2007 Brown Robyn was the first of twins to be born. He was the first goat born here at Hidden Haven He is the shy one. He doesn't want to be petted on the head but will let you scratch his back. I think he hasn't forgotten having to go to NC Veterinary Hospital to have his horns removed.
Even though he is only 11 months old he is a father of 4! Sammi had 2 bucks and 2 does March 1,2008 and Brown Robyn is the daddy. His first time and he sires quads!
Brown Robyn may be shy but he will take part in the holiday photos if asked nicely.
He and BossyToes had a teenage romance that left BossyToes due to kid July 8,2008.
Since the romance with BossyToes, Brown Robyn has started acting more grown up. Its hard to describe but he no longer acts like a young buckling. I think he enjoys being a "manly" buck.

From a little over 7 lb brown kid to almost 200lbs of spotted buck he has become part of the family. We plan on keeping Brown Robyn to sire more kids and hopefully there will be lots of doelings. Tomorrow I will catch you up on Frosty Dan.


Lib said...

Hi Peggy,
I just Love visitning with you. So inspiring :o)
Thanks for all you share.
Hope you're having a good week!

Rosa said...

You go BR! Whoa!

City Mouse said...

So neat to see the kid grow up in pictures! I love his name - Brown Robyn. He has such gorgeous coloring too - all those tawny and chocolate tones!

Anonymous said...

Love all the photos. Your goats just bring joy to my heart.

Marci said...

I love his markings. Wow, quads the first time. That is great!!

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Nice to have a critter that has shown you so much personality.

JoyceAnn said...

Wonderful update ~ I love reading about the goats too. They always bring a smile to my face.

~ Hugs ~ JoyceAnn

Anonymous said...

Hi. I just found your blog and really did enjoy my visit. Love the goat's pictures. Plan on another visit soon. Thanks.

Twinville said...

Just stumbled upon your Blog. Spent several hours reading through your wonderful posts and beautiful and funny photos. Your goats are all just so special and beautiful!

I loved reading all of the updates and fun stories, too.
I'm new to goats and currently have angoras, boer, and nigerian. They are such a wonderful addition in my life. They bring me joy every day and I can't imagine them not around.

Thank you!

Dora Renee' Wilkerson said...

200 lbs, wow that's a big goat!

Dora Renee' Wilkerson