Thursday, April 23, 2009

Lazy Grazy Days

Lately it has seemed like summer here on the Farm. The sun has been shining and it has been very warm. Since I am an African goat this is MY kind of weather. All that beautiful sunshine is causing the grass to grow. The yummy weeds too. Fresh greens taste so good after a winter of eating nothing buy hay. The publicist has been letting us all out to graze and it has been wonderful.
Michael and Luke went to their favorite place over by the barn. They like it there because there are lots of little pine trees to eat.

Jillian and Mallory are just getting a feel for the Farm. They are still learning their way around and finding where the good grass is. They went grazing over by the riverbank.

Little Kevin is learning to eat his greens. This is good because it means he isn't attached to me all the time. Not that I mind nursing him but it is nice to be able to go out and about, you know?

I practiced some stealth grazing. This way I got to eat all the tasty new shoots and no one else knew they were there. Plus you never know what you might see when you are hiding.

Even Fred the cat got in on the grazing action.

I love these days and I hope they last but I heard the publicist talking about something called a front. It seems the weather is going to be changing and and it is going to get colder. Oh well. I know summer is not too far away. The grass will continue to grow and the weeds too.

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5 comments:

  1. The warmer weather sure has been nice!! I will be sad to see it go again. Great photos of all of you!

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  2. I love goat soap...I would be overjoyed if I won your contest. I tried some from a place called Windrift hill farm. They are also in montana. I wonder if they have a blog. Just so you know, this is my favorite blog, yours is much better than Belle's (Don't tell her I said that... she'd be jealous.) because you post so much, and about so many random things, I love it. I get up, pushing myself out of bed because I get to read your blog after I finish my chores. You are funny, imaginative and A GOAT! The goat part seals the deal.

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  3. What a beautiful day on the farm.

    I can't wait to get my soap!

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  4. Lk has a blue collar on. Does that mean you tie him up sometimes, P? I can understand because I feel like tying my kids to the bed or a tree from time to time!

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  5. No, the publicist never ties us goats up. Goats don't do well tied up. They often end up strangling themselves. Michael has his collar on so he can start to learn to walk on a lead. We are all very good - well most of us, Michael is a bit challenging - at walking on our leads.

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