Sunday, July 06, 2008

New Friends...

Donna picked up her three lambs yesterday.

Here she is, getting acquainted with Debutante.

I LIKE this lady's attitude. You see, Donna has had double knee replacement surgery. But she still knows what's important in life...

Debutante seemed rather taken with Donna as well...

Bounty Hunter was not quite so thrilled to make Donna's acquaintance!

Here, he pauses to say good-bye to his sire (Kimberwood Hunter) and American Idol. I think Bounty Hunter is going to look a lot like his sire! And that's a GOOD thing!

This is the only picture I have of Spring.
Unfortunately, my camera batteries died before I brought her over to meet Donna. I did point out to Donna that she was taking two of my FRIENDLIEST ewe lambs. Of course now, that means I'll have more time to work with Zodiak's beautiful but VERY reserved triplets.....

Especially, since my three, beautiful, Angora goats also left for their new home yesterday! This could have been a very sad day for me but not only are my precious lambs going to a wonderful home but these three goats are going to a family that has goats (so knows how to care for them!) and will be participating in 4 H! The kids were so excited about their new "pets" and the parents were very impressed with how beautiful Meredith, McDreamy and McSteamy are.

All-in-All, a good day in the Bluff Country...

NOW, to fencing!


  1. I'm so happy the goats found a good home. They are so beautiful Nancy. You took such good care of them.

  2. Anonymous10:17 PM

    It has to be sad to say goodbye to animals for which you have cared and loved. But it must also feel wonderful to know they are going to be in loving hands in their new home.

  3. I am so impressed at your marketing skills, Nancy! Of course it helps that you raise beautiful animals and take such good care of them. Kudos!

  4. I second that. Your lambs are beautiful!

  5. Thank you! I must admit, I am very proud of how well my breeding program is progressing. This year's batch of lambs is the best, ever, in the Bluff Country. And an added bonus is that it's the friendliest bunch of EWE lambs that I've ever had! It's usually the boys that are friendly but my little girls this year are just adorable....

    They bring me such joy!



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