e-i-e-i-o acres

Small Hobby Farm in Rural Missouri

Labor and Delivery are Booming at e-i-e-i-o . . . I’m not kidding!!

Trixe's sleeping triplets

Trixe’s sleeping triplets

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018We waited till the middle of March to have our baby goats (kids) so it would be a little bit warmer . . . I think it was warmer in February when we had our lambs.  As I am posting this we are in the middle of a big snow storm.  Eight inches on the ground and more to come.  I will take some pics a little later and post.  We had five of the goats give birth within a 24 hour period.  Some were born wet and cold and had to be coaxed to live.  I used a hairdryer to get them warm and dry.  I am pleased to annonce that, knock on wood, everyone has survived and is thriving.  Here are some pictures of the newbies!

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This entry was posted on March 24, 2013 by in Goats.
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