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Breeding Season

Well its breeding season for our goats and we are well on our way to goats kids in the spring. We have divided our females up and are pairing them with different males. This is so exciting, we can't wait to see what the spring will bring.

We are also planning on having a litter of puppies in the spring as well from our Great Pyrenees female Luna and Apollo. We can't wait to see what these dogs produce. Luna is a great guardian and has protected our goats from day one. She is constantly teaching the other two livestock guardians what to do, when to bark, when to sleep, how to behave around the goats, and generally how to be a livestock guardian. She is the best and we are so happy to have her.

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