Couple more pictures today...
My Fanny girl, she is due this month! I had to take her head harness off, she likes scratching her neck on the fence and got caught.That belly looks rounder by the minute! Bo has learned a healthy respect for her. First time they met, she nearly snapped the fence because he dared to butt her! Bad, bad idea...Rammed him right into the fence. He keeps a healthy distance from her at all times now. Our new pasture goes within 10 feet of the white fence..(my neighbor) so they have lots of space to actually run!
My miss Daisy. To busy eating to come and say hi lol! She is looking a bit plump too, is possibly bred but nothing for sure.
Sugar and Cocoa, my does were too busy up on the hill eating hay! So they missed the photo shoot.
Aw, cute cow! If you want any more donkeys, I know of a few looking for homes.
Thanks! I wouldn't mind another jenny if she is as sweet as Daisy, or even a gelded fella. My free range flock has been very safe since Daisy came here. She is such a sweetheart, I adore her. Planning ahead, I want to find someone with a mini Jack to be able to breed her, when its time. No way will I think about keeping a Jack myself, its more than I can handle. Bocephus is almost too much! I have to make sure anything that comes here is very human imprinted for my parents safety.
Just love Fanny, cow kisses are sloppier than a bloodhound tho LOL! She will nuzzle up, lick your face if she likes you, and ugh the smell of cud! But I love her attention. I keep very hands on especially with any of the girls that are expecting. Makes birthing easier. Fanny seems to be wary of strange men she doesn't know I've noticed. I had friends visit that were on vacation and she loved the wife. Very standoffish to the husband first few minutes, but she seemed to pick up he was "ok" once I went into the pasture with her. I gave him bread slices to share with my mixed herd. After a few treats, he was blessed with cow kisses too! I find it very interesting how animals show their opinions without saying a word. They also tell us a story about their life, even when we really don't know their history.