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Busy Day in the Barn…

These three does had their kids within a couple of hours of each other!

Dasha & Atlas have an all black doeling.
Dasha & Atlas have an all black doeling.
Bonnie & Black Knight have twin black frosted doelings.
Bonnie & Black Knight have twin black frosted doelings.
Claire and Cato have twins , a curly black frosted doeling and a dark grey agouti frosted buckling.
Claire and Cato have twins , a curly black frosted doeling and a dark grey agouti frosted buckling.
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Twins!

Bree and Abe have twin girls! Both are grey agouti, strong and nursing well at a few hours old.
Bree and Abe have twin girls! Both are grey agouti, strong and nursing well at a few hours old.
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Almost Shearing Time!

Abe & Domingo; lots of fleece to give when weather warms...fleece to
Abe & Domingo; lots of fleece to give when weather warms…
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Long Shadows

Early morning after a snowstorm.
Early morning after a snowstorm.
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Snow Goats

Optical Illusion (one face, two bodies)
Optical Illusion (one face, two bodies)
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Wild Fiber!

A wet web...
A wet web…
...and close-up of the top predator!
…and close-up of the master spinner!
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Harbinger of Spring.

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In addition to the arrival of Pygora kids, this Baltimore Oriole confirms that spring is finally here.
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Shearing done!

Domingo - before shearing.
Domingo – before shearing.
Domingo - after shearing.
Domingo – after shearing.

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2014 kids all here.

Kate and Abe had a light caramel buckling on April 8th. His coat is silky soft, and slightly wavy.
Kate and Abe had a light caramel buckling on April 8th. His coat is silky soft, and slightly wavy.
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Kids and sap overlap.

Last year we were done collecting and boiling maple sap by mid March. This year our first syrup didn’t finish until early April!

First sap run finished - just over 4 gallons of syrup, a little darker than usual first run.
First sap run finished – just over 4 gallons of syrup, a little darker than usual first run.