We have been introducing Dixie's kids to the goat pen (and they'll move out there permanently today), and they have really been enjoying it! Running, leaping, investigating, playing together . . . they have been so fun to watch. Dixie also has enjoyed being back out there and out of the barn stall!
Off exploring . . . his legs are doing much better now! They are still not all the way straight, but I don't think it will be long before the splints will be coming off for good.
Daisy investigating the grain feeder (which we use not for grain, but for treats) . . . baby goats are such inquisitive little creatures!
Sportin' his new look. :)
(Though now his legs are wrapped with vet wrap instead of duct tape . . . the first time we did the splints, we just used what we had on hand!)
Dixie and Daisy enjoying some of the fresh spring grass
Today's going to be a busy day with moving them out to the pen permanently, cleaning out the barn stalls, converting the center aisle to a third barn stall, setting up another light, and then moving Larkspur, Aurora, and Lacy to the barn. Less than a week, and we should
have more goat kids arriving!