April 26, 2010

Over 100 Goat Posts!

I just noticed the other day after I posted about Party's new kids that I have made over 100 posts on this blog about goats. That is a lot of goat talk! So just in case you are not totally sick of reading about the goats or in case you missed some of them I decided to post some links to a few of my favorite goat blog posts from the past. You can find them below, or you can click on the different labels on the sidebar of this blog to read more past posts. I also want to thank everyone that has taken the time to read my blog or leave comments. Thank you for giving me an outlet to talk about our farm and goats without totally driving my husband crazy by talking about the goats to him all the time!

Some of my favorite goat posts from the past.

The Lap Goat
Learn about and watch a video of Peeps, our resident lap goat.

Who Me?
Just who did eat the last of the molasses protein tub?

Goat Tears
Nature's pain remedy.

Embarrassed by a Tomato
The goats taste test some mutant butt fruit.

Google Goes to the Goats
Google hires goats...no kidding.

Goats in the Pasture
Catchy Bluegrass song about goats! Love it!

Rose the Goat Gives Birth
Pictures of our goat Rose during and after giving birth to her kids.

Nifty...Don't Ever Do THAT Again!
Nifty the goat almost gives me a heart attack.

Quiet Time with the Goat Herd
Spend some time relaxing with the goats.

Tongue Tied
The goats (and dogs) let me know what they really think of all the picture taking.

Who Knew Goats Were Such Criminals?
It is a goat crime wave.

Doe Code of Honor
For all the goat "midwives" out there about to pull their hair out.

Goat Therapy
No need to pay that therapist all your money, get some goat therapy!

Want to read more about the goats? Just go to the side of this blog, under "labels" and click on "Goats".

Some Goat Care & Management Posts.

Why Goats Should Not Have Pokeweed Parties.

Magic & Revive Treatment For Goats

The Does & Don'ts of Buying Goats

Kidding Kit & Tips for Kidding Time

Symptoms of a Sick Goat

To read more goat care posts like these just go under "labels" on the side bar of this blog and click on "Goat Care and Management".


Carolyn said...

i think I may be reading all day long!

Goats always make me happy :)

Anonymous said...

I enjoy reading all your posts since we raise goats as well!


Alix said...

Oh Jennifer... I remember many of these posts. You know, you are one of the first blog's I Followed. Can't remember how we met, but sure glad we did.

Congratulations on your landmark 100! Well done!

I'll be baaa-ck!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Nothing I like better than talking goats and following goat blogs.

Sarah and the Gentlemen said...

What?! Who wouldn't want to talk about goats all the time?

(Here's another shower story for you: http://perinostories.blogspot.com/2008/07/how-much-will-it-cost.html )

Jennifer said...

Thank you all for your kind comments! Before anyone thinks something strange...LOL...you should check out Sarah's funny blog post today. My sister has a 9 month old baby so I know she can relate to not even being able to take a shower without him getting into trouble!

Pricilla said...

Personally I think goats are great!

Teresa said...

I can never get enough goat. I'm glad to find out I'm not the only one. I really enjoy your blog.

Anonymous said...

I am going to check out some more of your posts too.
I looked at the poke berry one because we have so much poke salad around here. Also the Symptoms of a sick goat.
Most of our goats are fat as ticks with all the green pastures and leaves out now..all but little Annie.
They all were wormed a couple of weeks ago but little Annie just is not fattening up. I worry about her even though she stays with the herd and seems fine. Oh well, anyway congratulations on your over 100 goat posts!

Have a great day.

DayPhoto said...

Everyone laughs at Misty, because she takes her goats with her like puppy dogs. It's a hoot. Goats are wonderful, smart animals.