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What a week!

Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by Samarai Jenn, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. Samarai Jenn

    Samarai Jenn Songster

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    The day before Thanksgiving, Sam had the wonderful idea of getting some goats, I wasn't sure why he wanted some, seeing as though we aquired 4 sheep a few weeks ago, and our two new horses. So now, we're welcoming our new goats,and a great pyranese. As Sam put it "it's for protection, it'll be okay". And last night, my family came over for dinner, and my dad brought us his old alpaca.

    [​IMG] The left one is Maggie, and right one is Mark.
    [​IMG] The front one is Louie, and the back one is Diamond.
    [​IMG] This is moonshine.

    [​IMG] This is Macy, we got her from an Amish farm, and has been raised with cows and sheep.

    [​IMG] And last but not least, my dad's dear old llama, Gilbert, he should be a nice addition to our family, along with all of the other animals.
     
  2. chiknwhisperer

    chiknwhisperer Songster

    May 9, 2008
    Lowell, IN
    What great looking additions to the family [​IMG]
     
  3. piecemaker

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    Feb 12, 2008
    Centerville Texas
    How can you not love a face like Gilbert's [​IMG]
     
  4. buck-wild-chick

    buck-wild-chick Songster

    Jul 24, 2008
    Hamilton C. FL
    I was just thinking today how my horse would react if she saw a llama
     
  5. Chirpy

    Chirpy Balderdash

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    I love goats, I love llamas and I love dogs. You have a wonderful group there.

    That llama is just gorgeous - I love his coloring.
     
  6. Samarai Jenn

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    My horses get along with Gilbert pretty well, and my mare Cici grew up with him, so it's pretty cool to see how they get along after all these years.
     

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