How do we end up losing our Spring so fast (Winter is just too long)? We are getting within days of having more kids on the ground. I'm hoping these next ones have tons of color that we can add to our herd. I'm in the process of making plans for breeding this fall. This is sad that I have to plan this far in advance, but when you work where you aren't sure when your next days off are, you start planning that far ahead. We are planning a trip to our Vet in Wyoming around Thanksgiving to do our AI work. This is going to take a lot of planning, we have to order the semen to go directly to our Vet with only a few days of sitting. I have to plan days off, which around the holidays, I'd better ask for them right now! And then planning 28 days backwards to get the CIDR's in so they are all synchronized and ready to breed with my days off and the AI arriving. But we are going to get it done!!!
And we are going to go the Utah State Fair this September. Hopefully we will be taking our two bucks Colossus and Grouse, and a few doelings from last year, and a kid or two from this year. I'd better start practicing
Julia Owner and Manager at Anderson Boer Goats