Ohiofarmgirl's Adventures in The Good Land is largely a fish out of water tale about how I eventually found my footing on a small farm in an Amish town. We are a mostly organic, somewhat self sufficient, sustainable farm in Ohio. There's action and adventure and I'll always tell you the truth about farming.


Friday, March 4, 2011

Spring poppin' on Farm Friends Friday!

There is just too much cuteness going on out there...


... I can barely contain it...

... so much runnin' and hoppin' and springin' about.... What can I say - baby goats are adorable!


Everyone loves them but Nibbles....

...and Kai thinks they look delicious.

really, really delicious....

That's the word here on this Farm Friends Friday! Cute goats and lots of running around.


Hope everyone had a great week!

21 comments:

Autumn said...

Aww! I love baby goats at this stage. Nibbles, I think you have a handful there, but try harder!

MaineFarmGirl said...

Love it! I so enjoy pictures and tales of those with goats. Longing for the day when we can bring home some of our own! Thanks for sharing.

the Goodwife said...

I can't wait for kidlets, May won't get here fast enough!

Joani said...

Kids R so cute when they R this age. So much energy. If only we had as much. Hugs.

contadina said...

They are just too adorable and have made me feel all warm and fuzzy on a cold and damp afternoon. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

The Gingerbread House7 said...

Looks like they are having a wonderful time and the Man hanging on the fence is enjoying watching them..and for me I see those chickens in the background ..Girl! your living the life..enjoy

Buttons said...

Love your phots they are so darn cute. B

Ohiofarmgirl said...

Autumn - they are just so cute I almost can't stand it!

MFG - Hi and thanks for stopping by!

GW - May will be here before you know it. Then you'll have your hands full...of udder! Milking that is!

Thanks Joani! Those little ones have been flying around out there. My pal Java calls it a "rodeo" hee hee hee.

They are pretty good at snuggling, Contadina..and they are really soft.

We have chickens everywhere, Ginny! Hee hee hee... and thanks, its a pretty good life.

Hi Buttons! Glad to see you. When Nibbles pops we are going to be over run! Debbie already has her little ones running around - with the next batch it will be epic (as Charlie Sheen would say ha!)

Chai Chai said...

I knew she looked like she was going to have 3 little ones. Great action shots. I can't wait until we have kids!

Leontien said...

ohh al the blogs i read have great sun filled pictures!!!

Love the goats!

Thanks
Leontien

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Looks like a lot of enthusiasm-enjoy:@)

Teresa said...

I can hardly wait for my kids to get here. They are first due next week. They are so cute!

Robin said...

The kids are just adorable! They remind me of lambs we would have at the farm. They would run around and play the same way!

David P. Offutt - The Gastronomic Gardener said...

the very definition of gamboling! they made me laugh!farici

Vicki said...

I'm impressed that you worked Charlie Sheen into a goat comment :) You crack me up. Our rodeo here has turned into Olympic swimming due to the rain :( Somebody turn off the faucet please.

kenleighacres.com said...

So much fun! Baby goats are so cute :)

Verde Farm said...

Oh I am just in love!! They are adorable for sure. Thanks for sharing with FFF too :)

Ohiofarmgirl said...

CC - you're babies are due soon, right?

Leontien - I can't wait for spring/summer.. all this cold is for the birds!

Thanks Happier! Nothin' but running and jumping for joy here.

Teresa - thats soon! Are you ready?

You said it, Robin. I'd love to have some of kenleighs silly lambs.

David - "gamboling" is now my new favorite word! Thanks!

Java, you'd be surprised who I know.. hee hee hee

Kenleigh - I was just saying (above) I'd love to have some of your silly lambs!

Verde - thanks so much for FFF! Its so much fun!

Mandy said...

So cute! I bet Milking Devons don't frolic like that... :) PS: Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Ohiofarmgirl said...

Hey Mandy, I'll trade you ALL these babies and all the mommas for your milking devon! Whooot!

Larry Kingman, AZ said...

Went last Fri. to talk to some people about goats and look at what they had set up for shelters. Deanna even tried her hand at milking and the girls got their first taste of goat milk. Started building when we got home. Hoping to find a milker for sale so we don't have to wait a year for milk.

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