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CHEROKEE TEARS DAIRY GOATS
WELCOME TO OUR FARM
COME SIT FOR AWHILE, YOU CAN PET ANY OF THE ANIMALS
BUT WATCH OUT FOR THAT MEAN GOOSE.
HE THINKS HE IS THE BIG DOG AROUND HERE.AND PLEASE DONT FEED ANY OF THE ANIMALS, YOU MAY FEED THEM THE WRONG THING AND MAKE THEM SICK...

THIS IS "SAVAGE WARRIOR" MY NUBIAN BUCK
HE IS CALLING TO HIS GIRLS. HE IS QUITE A GENTLE AND LOVING GUY, AND WE ARE HOPING HE WILL PRODUCE SOME REAL NICE KIDS AGAIN THIS YEAR.
HE IS NOW TWO YEARS OLD. SO HE STILL HAS A LITTLE MORE GROWING TO DO. HE IS A TAN ROAN, WHICH IS A LIGHT MIXED COLOR.

MY OTHER BUCK'S ARE OBERHASLI, THIER NAME'S ARE "HIGHLANDER", AND "SIMBA'S PRIDE". THEY ARE A COUPLE GOOD LOOKING GUY'S, THEY ARE CHAMOISSE IN COLOR, WHICH IS A SHADE OF BAY, WITH BLACK MARKINGS. THEY ARE ALSO VERY GENTLE AND LOVING.


OTHER THINGS OUR GOATS LIKE FOR TREATS.WE FEED A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT TREATS, NOT ONLY DIFFERENT VEGATABLES BUT A VARIETY OF FRUIT,,EACH OF OUR GOATS HAVE THEIR FAVORITE, YOU HAVE TO BE CAREFUL NOT TO FEED THEM TOO MUCH CORN. IT CAN MAKE THEM ILL.MOST OF THE GIRLS LIKE THESETHEY CAN REALLY MAKE A MESS EATING THIS. BUT THEY LOVE IT. THIS IS ONE OF OUR GOATS EATING TREATS, THEY ALL LIKE DIFFERENT THINGS.
WE HAVE OBERHASLI,
NUBIANS, LAMANCHA, AND RECORDED GRADES.
GOATS ARE LOVING AND PLAYFUL, AND ALL HAVE DIFFERENT PERSONALITIES.
WE SIT AND WATCH THEM SOMETIMES FOR HOURS.

DID YOU KNOW !! THERE ARE 50 BREEDS OF GOATS.
THEY COME IN ALL COLORS AND SIZES.


MEET SOME OF THE OTHER ANIMALS THAT LIVE HERE ON THE FARM. THIS IS OUR FAVORITE PIG, "FLEET FEET", SHE SPENDS MUCH OF HER DAY LOOKING FOR ANY LEFT OVER OR SPILLED GRAIN. SHE CLEANS UP ALL THE FOOD BOWLS...

THESE ARE OUR CHICKENS, THEY TAKE CARE OF THE BUG POPULATION AND ANYTHING ELSE THAT CRAWLS AROUND THE FARM. THEY EARN THEIR KEEP AND PRODUCE SOME MIGHTY TASTY EGG TOO. WE HAVE NOT ONLY THE NORMAL WHITE EGG THAT EVERYONE IS USED TO BUT ALSO BROWN, TAN, GREEN AND BLUE EGGS AND EVEN SOME SPECKLED ONES...


Here on the farm, we use what the farm produces for us. The chickens give us our eggs, our goats give us milk, and we have plenty of good compost for the garden, all you have to do, is a little work.

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