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    Thread: New here
Post: RE: New here

Hello from Washington state!
seth s Introductions and Networking 2 684 08-16-2021, 07:14 PM
    Thread: Downsizing the herd?
Post: RE: Downsizing the herd?

Nanno, thanks for the help in this! Yes it is a hard decision to make, and spent a good time with them today before work. Still haven't posted them and struggling with it as they are really aweso...
seth s Training at Home and On the Trail 2 318 08-16-2021, 07:13 PM
    Thread: Downsizing the herd?
Post: Downsizing the herd?

I currently have 17 goats, 15 of which pack or follow us on the trail.  Two of them sadly enough either lay down, or don't have the proper stamina for it.  Back when we first got into goats, we bou...
seth s Training at Home and On the Trail 2 318 08-13-2021, 04:58 PM
    Thread: Another adventure
Post: RE: Another adventure

Thanks guys and gals. Was planning on another this Saturday, but sadly the hot weather and smoke is a no go.
seth s Tales from the Trail 4 766 08-13-2021, 04:51 PM
    Thread: Another adventure
Post: Another adventure

The family and I did a 7 mile hike with 2800 acent and descent on a lazy Wednesday.  We took out Buster, Thor, Uber, Buddy, and the recently adopted  George and Spots.  hiked down into a outstandin...
seth s Tales from the Trail 4 766 08-12-2021, 09:50 PM
    Thread: Two Alpine Packgoats for sale
Post: RE: Two Alpine Packgoats for sale

Thanks again for the awesome goats! They are fitting in just fine with the herd, and the pasture.
seth s Classifieds 6 1,085 07-28-2021, 08:16 PM
    Thread: Two Alpine Packgoats for sale
Post: RE: Two Alpine Packgoats for sale

Perry, sent some PM's, we will take both of them if still available and can swing by tomorrow morning to get them. Seth
seth s Classifieds 6 1,085 07-23-2021, 08:47 PM
    Thread: Two Alpine Packgoats for sale
Post: RE: Two Alpine Packgoats for sale

Perry, if one is still available please put me down. I purchased one goat off you last year and it was amazing stock!
seth s Classifieds 6 1,085 07-23-2021, 08:35 PM
    Thread: Rescue goats first hike
Post: Rescue goats first hike

Adopted a few cute lamanchas from a nearby farm that had the mother die and where in need of a new home.  We  bottle raised them until they were weaned, and integrated them into our herd of 13. Wo...
seth s Tales from the Trail 2 513 07-15-2021, 07:49 PM
    Thread: Guardian propspects
Post: RE: Guardian propspects

Nanno Wrote: -- My dogs don't chase rabbits or deer. We got Daisy when she was 3 years old and already mostly trained, but we got Pluto (the Anatolian) as a pup and we had to train him not to chase d...
seth s Goats at Home 6 1,005 07-09-2021, 04:47 PM
    Thread: Guardian propspects
Post: RE: Guardian propspects

Nanno Wrote: -- If sound is an issue, any livestock guardian dog or donkey will be problematic. Our Anatolian (a.k.a. Kangal--they're practically the same breed) is the one that howls/barks the most ...
seth s Goats at Home 6 1,005 07-09-2021, 03:34 PM
    Thread: Guardian propspects
Post: RE: Guardian propspects

Nanno Wrote: -- We did all that research years ago and ended up going for the livestock guardian dogs. I considered a burro but was concerned about founder (we have a very lush property). I also cons...
seth s Goats at Home 6 1,005 07-08-2021, 10:16 PM
    Thread: Guardian propspects
Post: Guardian propspects

Good afternoon, Looking at getting a guardian animal, and still deep in the research phase of it.  Went to a Llama school recently and also have been asking on FB LGD forums about LGD ownership. ...
seth s Goats at Home 6 1,005 07-07-2021, 08:43 PM
    Thread: new goats!
Post: RE: new goats!

Charlie Horse Wrote: -- Thats great.  My bottle babies are a year old now, and they've become very loyal and affectionate.  Ever minute spent with them at this age is worth a day of training later ...
seth s Goats at Home 5 2,345 04-08-2021, 08:54 PM
    Thread: A big day with new beginnings !
Post: RE: A big day with new beginnings !

Nanno Wrote: -- You're going to have so much fun with these guys! I love the little peanut following you! That must be Nutmeg. :) -- Yes that is Nutmeg.  She is really good at keeping with me, and g...
seth s Tales from the Trail 6 1,298 04-07-2021, 05:17 PM
    Thread: A big day with new beginnings !
Post: RE: A big day with new beginnings !

Nanno Wrote: -- What fun! They look great!! -- Thanks Nanno!   We still have two more yearlings to test out this upcoming week.  They are pretty much a rat pack, so we decided to walk them separ...
seth s Tales from the Trail 6 1,298 04-01-2021, 10:18 PM
    Thread: A big day with new beginnings !
Post: A big day with new beginnings !

Took out Pilot, Bradshaw, Loki, Gandalf, and Nutmeg.  it was Loki's first time running a kid pack on a off property trail, and Gandalf and nutmegs first hike off the property. They did really well, ...
seth s Tales from the Trail 6 1,298 03-31-2021, 05:34 PM
    Thread: 75% Alpine/25% Boer Buckling on Craigslist
Post: RE: 75% Alpine/25% Boer Buckling on Craigslist

looks like a cute goat!
seth s Classifieds 2 763 03-29-2021, 06:44 PM
    Thread: Happy Birthday Nan!
Post: RE: Happy Birthday Nan!

Happy Birthday!!!
seth s The Campfire 2 690 03-22-2021, 09:02 PM
    Thread: new goats!
Post: RE: new goats!

Nanno Wrote: -- Aw... aren't they cute! Baby goats are the sweetest. I'm looking forward to our first kids hitting the ground around April 15th. :) -- They are!  we are already walking them around...
seth s Goats at Home 5 2,345 03-04-2021, 09:28 PM