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25 Comments

Reply MichelleKnowlton
7:08 PM on May 25, 2010 

Hi Martha...I have learned a lot from talking with you and visiting your farm. Thanks for taking the time. I enjoy your farm so much. BTW..My daughter isn't sure if she wants to name her bunny Lilly or Butterscotch.....depends on if it's a boy or girl.

Reply judy hendricks
12:32 AM on December 9, 2009 

i read your magazine on goats from hobby farms and loved it. i have one old nubian goat(abigail), her boer mix baby, sadie, their new lover, romeo, my two pets nosy rosy,nubian, and her new friend sweet pea, nubian and pygmy mix. i absolutely love these little critters. they have soooooo much personality. nosy rosy was bottle raise and so was romeo, and i plan to bottle feed the upcoming spring babies. my question is.. i have provided good shelter, but a worried about upcoming cold weather. cold here in oklahoma is 12 degrees above. will they do ok with this if they have plenty of straw? thanks, judy

Reply shoptea
6:56 PM on November 13, 2009 

You are so very Welcome Mattison !!!!! :)

Reply Mattison Ellis
5:58 PM on November 13, 2009 

I am a four year old girl that really enjoyed seeing all your Goats and Chickens and your Dogs. I will mark your site in my favorites on my grandpas and grandmas computer. Thanks for having this site where I can learn more about farm animals. Your Friend Mattison Ellis.:D

Reply narrelle thomson
9:28 AM on October 1, 2009 

Hello I love your web site.  fell in love with the barn and all the angoras.  I will be visiting your site from time to time to see whats new.  ONce again great site

 

narrelle from australia

Reply Naimhe
1:01 PM on September 15, 2009 

Wonderful site. We'll be checking back from time to time and directing folks to you.  http://www.allthingsgoat.com

Reply Michael
7:25 PM on July 24, 2009 
Great site thanks, i've been doing this for 5 yrs now and still don't know if i'm doing it right. My goats are very well cared for but being in south Texas it's hard for me.
Reply Peggy
4:03 PM on November 2, 2008 
Love your farm and goats! http://hiddenhavenhomestead.blogspot.com/
Reply Danny
12:38 AM on November 2, 2008 
Please let me know if anyone has any coll or cute photos of goats for my site www.sourcegoat.net
Reply Leanne
10:16 AM on September 7, 2008 
considering goats as a horse companion, yours are gorgeous
Reply Betty
11:19 PM on September 3, 2008 
Lovely goats and site Martha! Thanks again for posting Thistle's studding services on your site, very much appreciated! Good luck with your kiddos :o)
Reply John Fisk
2:46 PM on August 28, 2008 
Hi I ran by your web-site so took a look
Reply MARTHA
9:13 PM on August 11, 2008 
HI, JAN NEED YOUR EMAIL:lol: AND I'LL GET BACK TO YOU
Reply Jan
8:02 AM on August 11, 2008 
Good site, love to see kdis. was wondering about milk production with your breed. Email me as I raise goats and was thinking about getting a couple of milkers to go with my group here.
Reply Melonie
4:24 PM on August 1, 2008 
Hi Martha - just wanted to drop in to say "HI", and as always, great job with the website!
Reply Sara B.
12:48 AM on May 14, 2008 
I loved all the pictures you have on here. I am looking to start dabbling in the farm life. I have plenty of land for it! Someday soon I would love to have some goats and chickens for the milk and the eggs. I found your site helpful with some much needed information.
Reply Shelly
6:36 PM on April 15, 2008 
Your kids are gorgeous! Its great to see others as in love with their goats as I am... ;)) :D
Reply jenner
2:10 PM on March 17, 2008 
Wow this is wonderful! I am so glad that you are living your dreams. It great to see that you are happy & successful!
Reply Holly LaMarch
2:18 PM on February 5, 2008 
Great website! I hope to have my site as nice as your in the future, just been very busy with delivering babies and getting them posted on our site. Check us out again, we just had 21 babies and we are in the process of a herd reduction. Maybe we can chat sometime!
Reply kamerala
3:36 PM on January 25, 2008 
Awwwwwww :D
Reply Andrea Sanborn
7:56 PM on November 18, 2007 
Hi...Your babies are just beautiful. My husband and I currently live in Oklahoma, but we plan on moving up to your area in the next couple years, as my husband is from there. Hoping to acquire a couple does this spring and and would love to add to our little herd once we get up there.
Reply Linda LaMarch
1:42 PM on June 26, 2007 
love talking with more nigerian goat people . Very nice Herd !
Reply Mark
6:24 AM on May 23, 2007 
Yeah!!! Goats in the family!!! I'm sure they are easier to raise than say.... my brother Robbie was/is.
Reply jackie young
2:46 AM on March 17, 2007 
hello, thanks fer the link. love yer little goats-Rusty is sooo cute. great job, from a Boer goat breeder in Mo. jackie.
Reply your daughter
2:10 PM on November 19, 2006 
I'd like a goat, but I don't want to clean up after it. is there any way you can bread me a goat that doesn't poop?