January 15, 2009

The Girls Say Hello

Rock says "Wazzup!!"

Trouble just grins because she knows she is everyone's favorite goat.

Hope says "Put the camera down and get our supper!"

24 comments:

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

As always, great goats! And I love the chocolate brown in Rock!

Joanna said...

I want to kiss everyone of your goats on the lips, I kiss my goats, does and bucks, all the time.

Talking about barns - I'd like for Mike and I to have an apt on top and the animals live below. People say, "oh, your apt would stink!" but we keep our living conditions for our animals fairly clean so if we had a farm animal aroma wafting in the air that would be fine with us.

Amy said...

Too cute!

Peggy said...

Tell your girls my girls say hello right back at em' LOL They are beautiful

Mom L said...

The goats are beautiful!!! I've always wanted a goat, but have lived in apts. for the past 20 years. Diane, my dtr (loessismore) hopes to get one this Spring. I'm living vicariously through her for the adventures I haven't had yet!
Nancy in Atlanta

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

I will tell the girls what you all said, I just hope it doesn't go to their heads too much! Thank you!

I am not sure Joanna, but isn't their some old farms in England that are like that? With the living quarters right above the barn? I agree as long as the stalls are kept clean it wouldn't stink and just think how easy those late night checks on "momma goats to be" would be. Just walk down stairs..nope no babies..OK girls I am going back to bed! I would love it!

Out Back said...

I just love the way the goats are looking at you saying "what are you doing, enough already, where's our food".

We had a pet feral goat given to us once and we couldn't keep her enclosed anywhere as she would escape. Loved eating my roses. The previous owners had spoiled her rotten and she was just plain naughty. The last straw was when she started jumping on their cars,so she had to go. We ended giving her to my dad and now on a farm and used for breeding.

Thanks for leaving comment and well wishes on my blog. Luckily I have not caught the bug so far. Ds is recovering slowly.

Tania

Patrice Farmer said...

What beautiful goats!

The Scavenger said...

Beautiful pictures, you can tell they are spoiled rotten. lol

Chris

Becky said...

(note to goats)Hello ladies. Don't get to cold, it is going to be a cold few days!But I know you have a great owner, so you have no worries.

Hidden Brook Farm said...

You goaties always give you the cutest pics! Thanks for sharing.

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

Thanks, I really appreciate all the comments.

Mama said...

Your goats are so pretty,love them ears;)

DayPhoto said...

Your goats are so cute. I think goats are just the best animals, if I were retired I would want to have some again.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

Thank you for your comments Mama & Linda.

Bethany said...

Your goats are very cute!

ga.farmwoman said...

I know those grins... I see them around here everyday.
Rock, Trouble, and Hope are come cute girls.
Pam

Juri said...

What a great way to start my day....sipping coffee and seeing those sweet faces of your "girls". How cute!

Juri

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Tonia said...

Awww what pretty girls!!! Love the "smile"!

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

Thanks! I have really enjoyed reading all your comments. Thank you for the feedback. Rock, Hope, Trouble and the other "girls" are enjoying the sunshine today!

Ishtar said...

Aw, those girls are just too cute! Our girls at Ishtar's Ark send warm greetings back!

catalin said...

hahaaha funny pictures:)))...

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

Thank you Ishtar and Catalin, actually it is not hard to get funny pictures of goats because they are funny animals. They have lots of personality, they are playful and if an animal can have a sense of humor I think goats do!

Country Girl said...

They are sweet...so is your dog!