Taking the Angoras to Dan and Sarah's
Farm for Breeding
Driving, top
down, of
course (it
was a mild
45 degrees
or so), with
the goats.
Something or
Other herding
dogs. They
were extremely
nice, friendly
and very
Others weren't
so pleased I
was in with
their goats...
A Goat and
a Turkey.
Probably one of my favorite animals pictures. Please,
click the link and see this full size. It's really weird. The
turkeys look like ostriches! And 5' tall ones at that!
This is cropped. It was a huge herd of maybe 30 goats,
all walking towards me
Return to  my Main Page
Return to my Main Photography Page
Return to my Main Spook Rock Farms Page
(C) Copyright 2005 DavidRose.us

Owning only female goats, and not being a big believer in immaculate conceptions, we need to bring our goats every year to the breeders. We
breed our Angoras with Dan and Sarah, of
Buckwheat Bridge Angoras, up in Columbia County, New York. They have nice bucks, and this past
year at the Wool and Sheep Festival we scored a blue and a red ribbon from our goats born of their sires.
Do to a scheduling conflict, Roberta couldn't bring the goats up there this year. (Conflict. Yeah. I finally captured the rooster that has been crowing
24 hours a day forever. I said drive him around for half an hour then leave him at a neighbors and he'll think he's far, far away. She insisted on
bringing him to a farm in NJ.) Anyway, if you know me, you know I'm not going to let a little thing like two goats in the MINI deter me. So, I squeezed
the cage into the back seat and herded Madeliene and Eloise in. And, off we went.
Yes, there
goats in
Please click on each pic for a LARGER image!
All pictures shot with Epson RD-1 Digital body
& Voigtlander 21mm Skopar lens.