We'll start with goats because that's the most logical thing. I'm not sure why that is, it just is.
Here we have Theo (L) and June (R) munching on some hay I just gave them. I should have taken pictures before the hay, because well, that's really all they care about. Eating.
I dried June off at the beginning of the month, and I have to say I don't miss milking. I do miss the milk though! March will come soon enough, so I'm not rushing it.
Theo had to get a little closer to the hay. I'm really surprised he just didn't lay down in the middle of the pile and eat. I thought about selling Theo, and I placed several ads with varying degrees of responses (mostly scammers and some that wanted meat, which normally wouldn't bother me), and not too long ago I got an email from the lady that bought June's doe kids this spring. She's interested in keeping him at her farm, and using him as a stud in return for his room and board. I'd still own him and I would use him to breed June. I was so excited to work out this agreement! It's a pain in the butt having Oberhaslis sometimes, because not many people own them. It's hard for me to find a buck, and it was proving hard to sell one as well. Theo will be leaving sometime this month to go to his new digs.
Yes, Theo. You're going to live on a beautiful farm with lush green grass and lots of goatie friends.
June doesn't really care one way or another, as long as she still gets her hay.