BYBFG Fainting Goats Live Webcams!
The little darlings were on the buildings and Janet had to chase them off! They were feeling their cheerios this evening!
Send some of that down this way ...
It sounds like more exciting times ahead in June and July. Can hardly wait to see the Dexters and the new baby ducks. Hugs
The White Dexter cattle come the end of June! The pasture will be baled sometime is July.
Babies are going to their new homes! However we will be keeping at least nine of them
Well it seemed that way to me. kimmy.
Ha Ha Poohtwo...
justJanet, It looks like you handle that tractor better then your "cute" handyman.
Pen cleaning day.
Janet, when the babies go to their forever homes, do you use the milk to drink. I read it is very good for you?
Well it looks like most of the baby's have gone to their forever home's. Seems they just grew up WAY to fast this year. Miss seeing them bouncing all over the place. Hugs. Good job again Janet.
I see the main camera is off of the air
So cute to see the little kid with a coat or is it a "service goat" in training. They sure are growing fast, love watching them play on the wagon, even the bigger ones climb up occasionally.
the field is lookin good for the first cut fast approaching i sorta thought that when you all cleaned and did the manure spread then it snowed,my grandpa would say the field will be rich with growth
I was watching all the girls that may have had babies,some have some really big sides and still walk with a waddle are they just eating to keep there milk coming or just post delivery buldge?? curios
Janet, when are your Dexters going to arrive and where will they be put. Everything is looking great. The hay is growing super. When do you cut it ? Hugs
Update, the horses and cattle have been fenced off from the big pasture, We do this so the hay can grown for harvesting! All the animals need to have hay for the winter!
So happy tp see the cams back. Thank you Janet.
Whooo Hoo Cam is back Thanks Janet
Oh soooo nice to have the cams back so I can see the animals. Feel much better now. Hugs
Wish we we're in your state or closer because my hubby is in that field. He could get it fixed. Drag!!!Will be watching and hoping they get it working soon.. Thanks for the reply. Hugs.
I am so sorry to inform you the we are having electrical issues with the webcams! We are going to have to call an electrician! Please accept my deepest apologies. I will get it working ASAP!
Janet what's the problem the past few days with the video cameras. Really missing seeing the baby's and mommas. Seems they are on and then off a lot. Mostly off lately. Hugs
Looks like there are kiddos on a field trip this am
Now that is super funny
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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