Posts Tagged "Holly Golightly"

Audrey and Elizabeth – Twin Nubian Doelings – SOLD

Posted by on Aug 12, 2011 in Goats For Sale | Comments Off on Audrey and Elizabeth – Twin Nubian Doelings – SOLD

Audrey (spotted bay roan) and Elizabeth (cream) are twin doelings born on February 11, 2011.  Their mother, Holly Golightly, is a small-framed SaaNubian doe and they are sired by our Nubian buck, Jack Flash.  These two girls have inherited Holly’s size, and will likely remain smaller than most Nubian goats.  They are very playful and affectionate, and have been inseparable from each other since birth.  I would prefer to sell them as a pair so that they may remain together.  Please sign up for updates to inquire about Audrey and Elizabeth.        ...

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Holly’s Buckling ~ 2010

Posted by on Mar 11, 2010 in Dairy Goat, Goat Kid, Spring | Comments Off on Holly’s Buckling ~ 2010

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Video ~ Meet the Sugarplums

Posted by on Jun 12, 2009 in Goat Video, Visions of Sugarplums | Comments Off on Video ~ Meet the Sugarplums

Meet the Sugarplums as they introduce themselves one by one. Annie, Holly, Moon and Heidi. Leah is still busy with her breakfast after being milked, but Mango and Star are always ready to ham it up for the camera. [hdplay id=22 ]

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Auntie Weaner

Posted by on Aug 8, 2008 in Boer Goat, Dairy Goat, Goat Kid, Summer, Visions of Sugarplums | Comments Off on Auntie Weaner

We have expanded our herd to include two more dairy goats – another Nubian and a Saanen. The creamy little Nubian, Holly Golightly, is so petite that at nine weeks she looks just like Heidi did at about two weeks! The Saanen, Moon, is bright white and with her short upright ears, looks like a little deer in with rest of the long-eared girls. Six more girls (Tiny Tot, Tater Salad, Ginger, Mary Ann, Yolanda, and Sue) are a rowdy bunch of Boer/Spanish crosses that came to us from the herd of our good friends, Randall and Linda. I fell in love with one of them the first time I saw her at about two days old. From that day forward, Randall insisted on calling her Tracy. She proved to be quite the entertainer in the pasture, jumping and running, and even ending up jumping into the water trough on more than one occasion. Randall would laugh out loud and say, “Look at Tracy! Just look what that crazy goat is doing now!” I have tried to insist that her name is Ginger, with her sister Mary Ann, but to no avail. Even now that she is here, JW continues to call her Tracy. <sigh> With Jack out in the fields, we could not put the new young girls out with him. So, we have all of the weanlings in together under the supervision of Annie. She has undertaken this responsibility quite well, and appears to have patience to no end with all of the goings-on. I try to take them out every evening to graze in the yard on fresh grass and weeds. They all have adopted her quite readily, and all nine kids follow her around as if they were her own. Of course, her official title in this capacity is Auntie...

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