|New female Boer|
|Two year old Boer billy|
My neighbor and I went to a livestock auction to look at Boer goats. He has three and wants to expand his herd with some billy goats. Even in this heat it as a full house of sellers and buyers for sheep and goats. He got to bid for what he was looking for. He bought two billy goats, a wither (gelded male) and two older does. The billy are adding a lot of entertainment to the herd dynamic. With the billy goats in the herd means the does should give birth around Easter time. Boer goats are a hardy breed that can thrive in drought conditions we are having here. And they can eat just about anything and live off that.
|Close up of the older billy|
|Two new goats, my husband, Opal the donkey and Rick the goat owner.|
|Four month old billy with the darker brown head.|
|The older billy|
|Young billy on the left and young wither on the right are from the same litter.|
|Older billy never stops moving and eating.|
|Younger billy is doing his job on the farm, making more goats.|
|Opal rushes in and breaks up the party.|
|The group is having fun as one giant herd.|
|Older billy close up with his auction tags still on.|
Older billy, young billy, wither and Foxy Lady a young doe.