Fiona and Darcy are the founding matriarchs for my future satin herd.
Fiona is the charlie doe on the left, and Darcy is the broken doe on the right. They are still a little too young to breed, so there won't be any baby pictures any time soon, but I have high hopes for these fine gals.
Our newest caprine resident is the awesome girl you see here. We're still tossing name ideas around but we do have a few ideas. She is a nubian - lamancha cross, from good milking bloodlines and show quality parentage. She is still a little standoffish, as she learns about her new surroundings and finds her place in the herd, but she is friendly and curious, which I see as good signs that she will come around soon.
Wildflower Valley Farm welcomed some new residents recently.
Hi, my name is Nicole and my friends think I'm crazy. I love farming, and my methods can be non-traditional at times, but I love simple living, I love playing in the dirt, and I love life.
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