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Do Not Adjust Your Set!

A quick post to welcome two new arrivals to the Fronrhydd herd, Leaf (no horns) and Rosie The two new ladies are most definitely not Boer goats, as those with a keen eye will already have spotted! We have brought these two young dairy cross-breed ladies in with the intention of using them as milkers. Not much is known about them as they were rescued by the previous owner, but they do not appear to ever have had kids. Hopefully, they will get together with our buck later this year, and have kids themselves. We will bottle-rear any kids they have, and milk these two ladies manually. We will be able to put the milk to a number of uses. Initial thoughts are to: Use it as stock for other kids

One Year In

Yes, it certainly doesn't feel like it to me, but it is now a year since we loaded our Benington house contents into a removal van, and relocated to West Wales. Tonight, on top of the standard Friday night pizza, we shall celebrate in style by opening our first bottle of Gooseberry Wine homebrew - if you hear nothing more, the wine is either very good, or very bad! The first 12 months have been very busy, though I certainly didn't expect to have quite as many goats quite so soon. The animal tally today reads: Two humans (no change there!) Four dogs (up two!) Three chickens (up three) Two pigs (up two, though not for much longer!) Fifty-Seven goats (up 57!) Two barn cats (up two) We have had

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Fronrhydd, Letterston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

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