And with Manhattan’s triplets born over the weekend kidding is over! Or at least until May… And as soon as Lucas & I get a good nights sleep Ill be sure to post more photos.
With her silver coat and black boots Manhattan is one of our most stylish goats. Last year she had one buck so we were particularly thrilled to meet her two little doelings: Brooklyn & Queens. 

And with Manhattan’s triplets born over the weekend kidding is over! Or at least until May… And as soon as Lucas & I get a good nights sleep Ill be sure to post more photos.

With her silver coat and black boots Manhattan is one of our most stylish goats. Last year she had one buck so we were particularly thrilled to meet her two little doelings: Brooklyn & Queens. 

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    Goats can be very lovely creatures.
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    babies ;_;
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    Goats and chickens, all I ever wanted.
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    Still want a goat.
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    i seriously can’t fucking handle goats LET ME PLAY WITH YOU
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