Over the course of 48 hours last week, the size of our goat herd expanded from five to 12. First, Worri had triplets and the next day Jumper had four kids. Needless to say, they are always a hit and an incredible spectacle.
Our new term for the pile of goats (this tends to be how they sleep) is a Goat Cuddle Puddle.
How long can a three-year-old cuddle a goat? We've always had to intervene before finding out.
This is Jumper cleaning her new kids after being born. When we took this photo we expected that she was finished, only to watch as one more kid came out moments later. The dark liquid in the bucket in the corner is molasses in warm water -- a post birth treat for the new mother.
There are two more goats that will have new kids in the next couple of weeks. They make for a busy spring!