Romeo is Here

Romeo is here to do some fraternizing with the girls!  He will begin “courting” Addison, Gidget, and Pebbles this coming week.

I know he will be a Gentleman at all times.  He is such a handsome and friendly buck, just a pleasure to have around.  His coloring is unique and it will be interesting to see how it blends with the girls’.

This entry was posted in Goats.

7 comments on “Romeo is Here

  1. Mary Ann says:

    He IS a beautiful boy!

  2. Kelly says:

    He is a handsome young buck with a winning smile. Hope he gets the job done. 😉

  3. Ruth Dixon says:

    I love his coloring. He is very handsome. I love goats, and when we get our second area fenced I'll be a getting a wether to hang out with our Suffolk ram. One thing about goats though, is I can almost smell that "bucky" smelle through Romeo's photo.

  4. Ohiofarmgirl says:

    " just a pleasure to have around" *writes that down so when the stanky-ness happens OFG can remind Chai Chai that she actually wrote it.*

  5. Chai Chai says:

    Mary Ann – He really is!Kelly – I'm counting on him, there is no second string available.Ruth – He isn't too bad yet and he has had a few breeding session already under his belt. Maybe he won't be too bad?OFG – The Commander say he can't smell a thing, I can but it isn't too bad. One thing about his is that he was a bottle baby so giving him medication is a dream – he just sucks everything down that I present to him! I may regret it if he gets too "whiffy".

  6. He is very pretty. It will be very exciting to see the color markings of the babies next year!

  7. Chai Chai says:

    Lynn – Every goat in my herd is completely different, it should be interesting to see how things turn out.

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