Looks like you have 1 that looks like my Joy...the buckskin..Congrats on your new goats ...Hard to tell but have they been disbudded...if not you really need to with small children...Then no accidents ...Lovely gorls you got there...
Yeah, they were disbudded but not dehorned. The lady we bought them from does that automatically. She will not have them dehorned. She explained that process and I won't do that either! That sounds horrible.
I will have to let yall know if we have babies in January One or both maybe preganat. Should no for sure in a month or two.
Quote:debudding still leaves the very base of the horn on the top of there heads.
dehorning leaves "empty cavities" where the horns have been removed and from what I was told by the lady I bought them from some vets not knowing how to do dehorning very well, you can see there into there skulls! Ouch! I don't want to do that to ours and from what I have learned never suggest that to anyone. From what she said it can be done right without all that. But I just don't want to take any chances. We paid $ 200 each for these two. Could not imagine doing something like that to such sweet things as these goats.
They love to be rubbed and get all the attention they can )))