Question Hi Donna , thought you would like to know Fuzzy Face has made a full recovery and her weight is starting to come up . She still gets a bottle twice a day and I will continue that for as long as she wants it . She is eating the best I've ever seen on hay and green vegetation . She is on the run most of the time now with no problems . Thank God for now all is quiet health wise on this farm . Another item of news . I received a phone call from a young lady I had sold a couple bottle baby's to for 4 H . She couldn't thank me enough for those goats , as she took many prizes on them for their catagories one being the best dairy doeling I believe is how she said it . Things like this make it all worth while . Thanks
Answer So great to hear about Ms. Fuzzy Face - nice job, actually, great job! Always nice to hear from folks who have gotten your goats and know they are doing well and have a great home. I have a day off of work today so it's putting 3 week old kids down at the barn - make an impregnable fortress so they can't get out or get hurt! And then do other farm catching up chores. Have a great day and thanks for the update. Donna
All goat health care, nutrition, judging questions about all goats - packgoats, dairy goats, pygmy goats, meat goats, fleece goats.
27 years health care/nutrition of all types of goats, 17 years experience in packgoats, 20 years experience in 4H goat projects as leader, superintendent and judge. 20 years experience in putting on goat care/nutrition seminars.
Organizations NAPgA, The Evergreen Packgoat Club, 4H, ADGA.
Publications Hobby Farm, many newspapers, 4H newsletters, Packgoat Manuals (youth and general), judging information pamphlets, seminar handouts about health care and nutrition.
Education/Credentials 4 years of college, ongoing education in goats.
Awards and Honors Small Farm Award of Thurston County