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    Default Finally got some dairy goats!

    I've been wanting goats for a very long time but was being picky about the breed! Well I finally found the Toggenburgs that I wanted and they're all bred to a registered Togg Buck! Bring on the babies and the milk!
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    Congrads nice looking goats...so are you krazygoatlady now....
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    Nice, congrats on finding exactly what you wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Wildcat View Post
    Congrads nice looking goats...so are you krazygoatlady now....
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    .....or KrazyChickenGoatRabbitlady...or just call me Krazy!

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    ok krazy
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    way to go.. now you need a second buck somewhere to breed to that generation... keep up the good work.. nice girls.

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    A lady in Sacramento has a registered Togg buckling that I will be buying! I bought my rabbits from her and she's the one that turned me onto the Toggenburg breed. Very docile/gentle...not noisy at all...and they give great milk!

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    Nothing wrong with Goat Cheese.I use to buy the homemade stuff in Italy that they sold at the street markets in water filled buckets.
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    Congratulations on the new additions to your homestead! They are beautiful.
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