I have been diligent in posting for Tuesday Tidbits weekly! This is my 16th week!
This week I would love to continue with a few shots of the goats we saw in Texas. Sweet Man’s sister and I went for a walk and we visited neighbors who have goats on their farm. We chatted with the owner of the goats and he told us to go down to the barn as baby goats were just born that morning. They were only 4 hours old!
Momma with her two babies!
Such an adorable little one!
Then another small goat, probably about a month old, came to see me.
If ever I had a chunk of land… I would want two goats and a few chickens. Did you know that when you purchase goats you have to take two. Because they are social animals. If you only have one goat… they will go mad. They need to socialize!
The following video is quite funny. The adult goats heard us and came up out of the pasture to see us! Watch the one on the right. 😃
Thanks so much for enjoying my 16th Tuesday Tidbits! Have a beautiful rest to your week!
20 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #16”
Such cute babies! Horses are social critters too. I’ve not ever heard they’d go mad if left alone,but it’s a real sad thing to see a horse alone. Another other critter will provide company for a horse—-dog, cat, goat, etc. The best though is another horse! Those kids sure are cute! 😊
They were adorable!!! Thanks for stopping in,
What a great post Nancy…those baby goats are so cute…
I could not believe how big they were for 4 hours old. So cute!
Thanks for viewing!
We were talking about you yesterday! Ingrid and I plus another blogger went hunting for the Wild Horses. We found them and the gorgeous snow covered 4 Peaks!
We were talking about your gorgeous captures of the horses!
Thank you for enjoying the Goats! They were adorable!
The baby goats are so cute. I had a bad experience with a goat. While out running many years ago, I was chased by a goat😳😳
I could see that happening. Maybe he wasn’t socialized! I have a friend who can’t stand chickens because she was chased by a mean chicken.
I got a bit nervous when all the other goats were coming up out of the pasture.
Those babies were cute. Thanks for visiting my friend!
Just 4 hours old, so cute! Fun to be there.
We were at the right place at the right time! Thanks for the visit my friend!
They are adorable!
They sure are! Thanks So Much for Visiting!
We have a couple of dwarf goats and a few years back we had three babies. What a hoot they were. I remember sitting in a rocker in the barn holding all three on my lap. They are fun.
Oh Judy how fun for you! They look like great animals!
And you had bunnies too?? Sweet Man wants bunnies!
I love the goats, especially the little ones. I have lived on a farm or ranch almost all my life and there are a few critters which can get a little mean. On the ranch in New Mexico, we had almost every kind of fowl from peacocks to guinneas to the cutest little call ducks. AND turkeys….which included a big beautiful Tom Turkey that my twins were afraid of (and they were juniors in high school)…it seems this Tom would chase them all around the chicken yard. LOL and he never bothered me or my husband, but of course I was the hand that fed him. LOL Love your Tuesday Tidbits…keep ’em coming please. Hugs dear friend.
Oh Kari… I’m still gleaming from my feature on your last post! That made my day like you would not believe!
I really enjoy the Tuesday Tidbits because you never know what I will post about! And today it was all about GOATS!
Thank you for the love!
I love wee goats! Enjoyed your video too. It makes me think of spring and taking grand baby to a nearby farm. Can’t wait!
They were cute! And taking your grand baby to see some will be fabulous!
The video makes me smile every time I watch it!
Thank you for the visit Sweet Sue!
oh goodness, how incredibly sweet!
They were so fun to watch! Glad you got to see all their cuteness!