Goldie is la jefa, a star, the farm Queen. Goldie will eat your plants, your pants, and your life. Goldie’s previous owner asked us to take her so that she could have space and animal company. She is our dream girl.
Baby, Lola and Potato. The triplets are Goldie’s babes, born to us after someone left a male goat at the previously all female farm. Goldie got milk fever shortly after birthing them, so I had to bottle feed the kids to supplement her milk supply and make sure they got enough food. The result is extremely needy, lovey goats that think you want to be rubbed and nibbled on 24/7.
Baby was the runt. He has grown into a big lazy cuddlebug. Loves to stand in your way and mindlessly chew on foliage or nothing at all. Baby was once stolen from the farm and miraculously brought back to us and reunited with his family.
Lola is the dainty little lady of the group. She likes to do her own thing, and if you don’t see her with the herd she is probably on top of your car.
Potato is a big goat shaped potato. His daily routine includes rubbing his head on you until you pet him and napping on his mom. He is very proud of his handsome jiggly neck rolls.
Medusa was dropped at the farm by a local. She was completely untamed and after 2 weeks of farm life she escaped to give birth in the woods. Months later locals were able to locate and catch her and her baby Bambino. She has since settled into farm life and she will be your friend if you have a handful of corn. Bambino is absolutely nuts and can be found bouncing off the walls, rocks, and other farm animals 24/7.
These boys got their ticket to paradise when a local stopped me in the street and asked me to take some goats that he had been raising for meat. His wife had decided against processing and eating them so they asked me to give them a home. They went from living on short ropes under a tarp to roaming the farm with their herd. The transition was anything but effortless. These boys needed endless patience and care to adapt to their new lives.