Moose River Farm Blog

Friday, May 4, 2012

Lacey's Arrival

        Good Evening,
        For close to 15 years we kept a herd of pet goats that totaled 6 at its maximum.  Naturally, as the animals aged and passed away one by one, the number dwindled until we were left with one elderly goat.  Hannah was a very sad creature in the days after her mother, Helen's death.  She bleated pathetically for companionship so necessary in a herd oriented species.  Rod and I spent as much time as we could with her but of course it was not enough and did not solve the problem.  After two weeks of a solitary existence for Hannah, we finally located a young doe and quickly made arrangements to go and get her.  In the following video Hannah is lonely no more.  Enjoy!
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Lacey arrives to provide much needed companionship for Hannah.

2 comments:

  1. I love Hannah's face when she is sniffing Lacey in the back of the car! My second favorite part is Windy eating the freshly-replaced fence rail. Amy

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