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Additional Info About misterburley
Location: Florissant CO
Bio: My family and I have longed to raise goats. I've wanted to have a heard of pack goats for a few years but we had so much going on. Finally made it happen and we are having a blast. I work in the natural gas industry in Colorado Springs but we live in a tiny little town at 9000 ft. in the shadow of the backside of Pikes Peak. We are avid campers so adding a high country pack herd gives us one more option. Primary interests aside from raising goats: fishing and four wheeling.
Your Goats: We named our goats after all the cool old mining towns we love down in the San Juan range. Telluride the Saanen has a 3" white spot on his side. His permafrost patch. The rest of him is jet black. His two biological siblings were pure white. He was born in Florissant 3/18/19
Durango the Nubian/Toggenburg is a little lover. Very attached to his humans. He wasn't the goat we intended to buy but his ears and his disposition won us over. Hope he isn't lazy. He was born in Peyton CO 3/30/19
Silverton and Ophir are French Alpine litter mates born on a goat ranch that likes to dam raise the kids until weened. The are handled by school kids and loaned out for goat yoga so they get to be around people. Mom got sick and these two were being bottle fed so we were asked if we wanted them early. Worked out great. They were born in Salida CO 4/2/19