Authentic Compassion

Monday, March 16, 2009

Velvety Ears and Sweet Faces

A caprine loving blog buddy over at Dirt's Place requested pictures of nubian goat floppy ears. I didn't get a good shot of several kids running at one time but here's ears just for you Lanny! We have healthy baby goats on Buhlaland and that is good.











































8 comments:

Sand Flat Farm said...

Cute fuzzy goat ears...

Thanks for rejoicing with me, Linda. I appreciate your encouragement and your spirit!

Lanny said...

Ahhhh they are tooo cute. I just love them. I am glad I had the experience of having raised Nubian goats. I miss them, so thank you for sharing. Thanks for thinking of me.

KathyB. said...

How can anyone resist the floppy ears and sweet faces of baby goats? Better than, O.K. at least as sweet as baby bunnies and way more fun.

Brandi said...

Those babies are so cute! I would love for my MayMay to be able to see them.

Brandi

Farm Chick Paula said...

Oh I love fuzzy ears, too! Lambs have them too- just not floppy like that. I still love them!
I tug on Daisy and Edie's ears... when they let me.. LOL

teamwilhite said...

my favoirite is your hubby being followed by all the babies! Cute :) We want to come back, but maybe we should visit on lawn- mowing day!

Sophie said...

they are really cute! Are they obnoxious and noisy? For some reason I'm fascinated about the prospect of having them....

LindaSueBuhl said...

Not really noisy and obnoxious - of course our goats are fenced not allowed to roam freely - they could be a pain if allowed near cars (fascinated with the shiny stuff ) the main time they make noise is when it is feeding time - we find them to be easy to keep, pleasant animals and especially the bottle raised babies - they make very amenable grown animals - easy to handle and smart.