BYBFG Fainting Goats Live Webcams!
So nice to have the video back and seeing all the goat's,cows,and horse's doing well. Miss them when it's down. Thanks Janet for making sure it's fixed and back up for all of us. . Hugs
OK we're back!
Hi! We had an electrician working and had to cut the power. We will be back in a little bit. Thanks for your patience!
Camera is down. Too HOT ! hope the animal's are ALL handling it OK. I'm sure they will get it back up and running up soon. Hope everyone is doing ok. Hugs
Who chewed on the wires.. Camera is showing off line
Beautiful sunrise.. Have a great Day
No video this morning. Sad sad. Hugs
Looks like its going to be a hot one out there today No fighting for the shady spots!!
Loved ALL the video's. Great job and have enjoyed going through the breeding period to waiting for the births. Then watching the babies playing and then the baby ducks. What fun. Thanks Janet and Gary
Annika is so flipping cute!!
Hi We have added some videos to our blog! Enjoy!
So happy to see you raised the camera so we can see the lights around you. Very pretty.
Hay has been cut and baled! The livestock will have plenty to eat!
Was great getting to watch them cutting and now bailing the hay. What fun to be able to enjoy it all as you do it.Have a great day everyone. Hugs
Love the view.... freshly cut hay.... and of course, the goats and horses, too!
He like mud puddles too
Probably right, I saw him playing in the water the other night...splashing in the automatic water trough near the goat pen.
He loves Dirt I have seen some messy pics on Facebook
Guess he must have been itchy or just needed a good roll in the cool hay.
Does Krugerrand usually lay down and roll, maybe his stomach is hurting?
I notice when the wind blows those " fly bags" hit the poles and the powder flies out. It's wasting a lot of it. Love the new view and LOVE watching all the animals. How are the baby ducks doing. Hug
I love the expanded view... and looking forward to the new cam. Hugs!
Oh yeah!! looks like it did before Thanks
I think the new camera view is great, I really enjoy watching all of your animals and I think you do a tremendous job. :
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About this webcam...
Our webcam streams live video of the Barnyard Buddies Fainting Goat Herd 24/7 and has infrared night vision for fun-filled goat watching any time of day! The camera is mounted above the dam's goat pen, overlooking the eastern pasture at our hobby farm, located in Loveland, Colorado - The GJF Ranch.
Babies can be seen running, jumping and playing in spring during our main kidding season and again in summer. You will also see our horses out to pasture, our chickens scratching through the pen, a bit of wildlife and us, the caretakers!
We hope you enjoy watching! If you experience any problems please let us know