Thanks to all of you that have purchased calendars we only have 3 left! 100% of the money made from the calendars goes to feed and care for the animals. So not only do you get a Hidden Haven Homestead calendar you help take care of Hidden Haven's critters.
I was asked if the music on the blog was recorded here. No its from a music site. I was asked about what goats were getting new homes.We aren't getting rid of any of our milk goats. We have gotten DiDi, Sonya, Bridie, ViVi, Blanche, BossyToes and Blinkin built up strong and healthy. Blanche, BossyToes and Blinkin are at a farm down the road. The family is milking them. We are milking 5 goats twice a day at the moment. Blinkin is at our daughters in the mountains along with Frosty Dan to help build their herd up. Blinkin is due to kid on the 24th. Blinkin is hard to milk so we just let her nurse her babies then dry her off. We sold our bucklings as we don't want them to breed their sisters or mothers. We are keeping the doelings to raise up for milk goats. We sold some of the dwarf goats to homes where they will be pets and get lots of attention. I am picky about where our animals go and have no problem telling someone no if I don't feel right about the animal going with them. As for how long William will be home , his truck transmission is messed up so we are hoping he can get it repaired soon and get back on the road. The geese eggs should hatch around the 3rd of April. The bucks are kept in a pasture in the front of the property. The girls and boys can see each other but not get together. That way there aren't any surprised breedings. I think that was all the questions. If not ask again and I will answer in my next post.