Crazy Goat Lady

I’m going to be in a mini-documentary because my mom is a crazy goat lady! We goats knew that all along. Now because of us, she might be famous.

Calling Goats (and Other Animals)

Our mom isn’t very imaginative when she calls us animals in from the pasture. When she wants the goats and sheep to come in, she hollers, “Goat, goat! Sheep, sheep!”

Homeless Goats

We have two new goats at our house and, boy, are they tiny! They came to live with us because someone threw them away. Can you believe it?!

Protect Your Livestock from Ticks

Mom took me and Uzzi for a walk the day before yesterday, and we all got ticks. Now Uzzi and I have itchy spots where Mom took them off. Ow!

Earth Day is Every Day at Redwood Hill Farm

For Jennifer Bice, owner of Redwood Hill Farm and Creamery, in Sebastopol , Calif., pursuing the right livelihood has always been about following your passions and caring for the land and the animals that roam on it.

How to Card Wool

Process fiber from your farm flock with this simple cleaning and carding method.

It’s About Goats – Part 2

Uzzi and I helped Mom research a book she wrote called The Backyard Goat: An Introductory Guide to Keeping Productive Pet Goats (Storey Publishing, 2011), and these are some of the cool things we learned.

Bottle Baby Fever – Part 1

Mom has bottle baby fever, but don’t send her get well cards! It means she’s waiting for a bottle baby to be born. His name will be Milo.

Wool It Be – Part 1

Yesterday, the little girl lambs came to visit Uzzi and me. They giggled and nudged one another and then Grace, the spokeslamb asked, “You goats look funny. Why don’t you have wool?”

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