Tuesday, January 3, 2012

G is for Grazing Goats

Today was GREAT. There was so much green to eat! Pine tree-ts, grass, yummy weeds, even a few clover patches!
 Gold had a lot of fun with the pine tree-ts.
 They were kind of pokey on the mouth, so she dropped her tree-ts a few times.
 (NOTE: pregnancy does not do great things for one's figure.)
This dead burr bush tastes like the finest of gourmet foods.
TIP FROM UHURA: Yummy little tidbits of yumminess hide at the bottom of bigger plants. Always look there if you want a treat! 
There is a little bit of snow, but nothing can stop the beautiful blue skies.

Linking to Alphabe-Thursday with Jenny Matlock.

Also linking to Project Alicia with Alicia.

14 comments:

Melodie said...

Yes, you have to hold your goatie lips just right to eat those delicious pokey treats!

Millie said...

That looks yummy. My human won't let us out to pasture right now.

Stevie Taylor said...

Yep! Now that the blackberry brambles have been eaten down, the goats are on to the evergreens. Trimming and pruning season in the pastures!
Stevie @ ruffledfeathersandspilledmilk.com

Pricilla said...

We got our Christmas Tree-t today. Lucky us!

Gattina said...

These pictures are adorable !

Tracy said...

gorgeous goats

criticalcrass said...

visiting from jenny's!

anitamombanita said...

Hello little goat friends. You're cute as ever!

mrs. c said...

I have always wanted goats, do you milk yours? I have a small farm and when I retire will move nearby and have some little goat friends!

Judie said...

Such sweet photos! I don't think the town of Oro Valley would appreciate it if we had goats, but yours are certainly cute and entertaining!

Karen S. said...

Oh how sweet life can be....right! Very cute pictures!

ellen b said...

This is the perfect letter for your goats!!

Jo said...

your goat photos are adorable ... wonderful "g" post!!!

Jenny said...

What a great link for the letter G.

I didn't realize goats would eat things like that. Wow. You could totally get them to clean up a vacant lot or something!

Maybe you should rent your goats out to big cities for lots of money.

The clean green goat solution to city beautification.

Thanks for a fun link for the letter G.

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