Meet the Goats

Meet Butter! This girl is the first goat that is officially mine (not a family goat). We got her from a horse farm that I went to weekday camp at. They had two little baby orphan goats and I wanted one so badly! My parents surprised me at the end of the week with a new goat! She was about 6 weeks old at the time, so she needed to be bottle fed. She is very friendly, even though everyone else would disagree. She just has large horns! This year she is 13 and going strong.

This is Lunara. She was born in March 2019 at a farm near Hershey, PA. I adopted her on May 17th, 2019 along with her "sister", Auriel. I named her after a Warcraft character. I thought their personalities matched very well. Lunara is a Nigerian Dwarf goat. She will remain a smaller size through adulthood. She is one of our first dairy goats, with plans to start milking in 2020.

This is beauty is Auriel. She was also born in March 2019 at a farm near Lancaster, PA and I also adopted her on May 17th, 2019. Also a Nigerian Dwarf, but slighter larger in size than Lunara. She is one of our first dairy goats, with plans to start milking in 2020. Auriel is registered through ADGA (American Dairy Goat Association), which means her and her kids can be used in shows for 4-Hers. 

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