Angora goats are a very old breed that originated in Turkey. They produce a large amount of fleece (up to 10-20 lbs a year) and need to be sheared every 6 months. The fleece has is very strong and durable with an excellent shine and radiance and takes dye exceptionally well. Since the goats put […]
Our very first baby Angora Goat was born last Saturday, and she is cute as anything! She’s got the cute face, the soft white fleece, the bounce when she walks, but there’s one thing she doesn’t have. A name! Here’s where you come in. Submit your suggestions for a name, and you may win […]
Yesterday we said goodbye to our lovely guy, Odysseus, who is moving to Michigan. As much as we love the big cuddlebug he needed a home with more goats to play with. He got along with the sheep but they just don’t play the same goat games. He is going to be so much happier […]
It’s that time of year again! Time for our lovely trio of goats to get their fall haircuts. Thanks so much to Mary Jane Fox for doing such a great job. She thought she was in trouble when she saw Odoriferous Odysseus standing up begging for apples but he was really good and we got […]
The poor goats don’t get featured here nearly enough. I get so caught up with the adorable baby sheep antics and I completely forget to bring my camera when I go visit the muppets goats. Time to remedy that because the goats are awesome.
This past Tuesday a van full of goats arrived here at Roving Acres, bringing us our three new Angoras from Karen at Silver Creek Meadows. Odysseus is a 3 year old black buck. He’s super friendly and loves his cuddle time. Dido and Electra are twin white does. They are joining us just in time […]