BYBFG Fainting Goats Live Webcams!
How many goats are due to kid this Spring? Hasn't the kidding started earlier this year?
We had 19" of snow! All the goats are well!
Hi Janet... out there with the camera after the snow stopped
Oh my Mommas look soooo cold in that snow. Surprised their not inside the condos. Hugs Girl's
Snow covered goats... none has moved in down here YET
Janet.. the goats need orange n blue !!
hope all is well...stay warm...
I see a lot of rounded bellies walkin around
How did things Fair at the Stock Show ?? Wish I could have been up there
Where did all the rabbits come from? Just saw at least three hopping around with the goats.
Looks like a snow storm at the goat farm. Get in your little houses.
Why let the horse's take over the cow barn and the cows have to stay in the snowy pasture all day. Just curious.
Boy we're getting a bit of snow this morning. Stay warm and safe Mommas and Daddy's. Stay inside those nice condos.
Goats running away from Janet.. now that is weird
wishing the weather was better for ya'll
watching them eat snow makes me cold
hard to believe we have 3 more months to go.... they be looking fat already
What a gorgeous view right now! Thank you.
Looks like the long horns are wanting to get to their food. Cold outside. Open our gate please
Wow got some snow there. I was watching last night and it looked really cold.
Janet. Hope your feeling better soon. Hugs
The video's have been out for two day's. Hope it's just the weather and that Janet and Gary are both OK. Sure hope they will be back up soon so we can see our goat's and long horns and horses. Hugs.
snowing again..crazy weather
hope all is well and healthy on the farm and babies are growing inside those tummies
Burrrrrr a little white stuff for Thanksgiving I see. Hope all the expectant girl's are warm enough. They have a long winter ahead of them so I'm sure they will be fine. They are loved. Hugs
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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