Monday, April 11, 2011

Flying Goat Puppies

 Proud Mamma
 Bird and his sister (2 spots)
 Flounder the runt
 More Flounder Sweetness
YardBird Brown
More Birdley goodness

Sunday, May 04, 2008

Blue Storm

Storm really is magnificent. I was really hoping to show him but you cannot show dairy goats if they have horns and boy does he have them. In these pictures you cannot tell but trust me they are very wide at the base and big.
Hopefully he will throw me some good quality show goats. Im already deciding who gets to spend the month with him when hes ready.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Quattro Kid

Quattro kidded yesterday with this cute little wether.
Q is a quiet and sweet doe. I knew when she was so vocal something was up.
Within the hour she gave birth to this little boy. He has blue eyes...
This was the easiest goat birth I have ever seen.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Kids in the Nursery

Bottle feeding time in the Nursery and Tye the cat wants in on the goods.
SnowBunny and Willie battle it out over the babba

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Story Kids

Story's, Doe and Buck
Doe baby

b Baby Boy

Well Story finally kidded. I was really beginning to worry. JC was going out to water goats and a few minutes later came in and said "COme out and see the new BONEdiggities. Whoa new baby goats were just born. They were still damp when I found them. MOM did a great job all by herself. The doeling will move to PrairieWood Ranch when she is weaned and Story will be moving to a new home as well. What a nice suprise today was

Friday, March 21, 2008



Yesterday was the first day of spring and with that came new baby goats. Bootsie had 2 flashy boys. One Black and White with blue eyes and one white and tan with gold eyes .

They are both leggy, long and very angular. This is Bootsies second kidding.

Soon Bootsie will be moving to PrairieWood Ranch. It will be sad to say goodbye to my good goat friend but she is going to a wonderful home. I know PrairieWood will love her as much as I do.

Monday, February 25, 2008


Iris is from Colorado. She is extremely curious and loves treats. She is one of the few
Cashgoras I purchased this year who thinks humans might be ok. Shes figured out that
a yummy snack and a scratch on the head is something she really loves.
I have 2 more Cashmere/Angora crosses. Ruby is red and Lily is white. Lily and Ruby are sisters. I have them up on my Goats for sale post. If your interested drop me an email.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Bijou and Dewey

Dewey's first day at the Flying Goat

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

gOAtS 4 sAle

"Ruby" red Angora/Cashgora doe
Thanks Mary
in N.M.
Angora wether
Thanks Lisa
in N.M.

Nigerian Dwarf
Thanks Lora
In N.M.

Doeling born 12.30.07 blue-eyes
Thanks Renee
in N.M

nigie buck
Thanks Glenda
In Arizona

"Lily" white angora/cashmere


Thanks Lisa

Monday, February 18, 2008


Ruby and Zia in back
Ruby Is really a beautiful Cashgora . I love her color. She was born on 3/21/07 and is out of a red and white pinto doe Klizza (Navajo for goat) Her grandmother is Angel, a white doe out of a Black Cashgora doe, She has lots of color in her background.


Lily is really a beauty. SHe has the most amazing soft curls. She looks a little washed out and gray here because she loves to roll in an old charcoal pit she found. When she's clean her fleece is as white as snow.

Monday, December 31, 2007

Prairiewood Bella

Prairiewood Bella is out of of Kaapio Acres BT Racketeer *S
and MK Blanca.
Bella was the goat that started the Flying Goat Ranch.

Prairiewood Huckleberry

Heres Huck my prized Buck. I got Huck from Lora Kniffen when he was just 3 days old.
Bottle fed and given lots of love he has been such a joy to have here at the fLYING gOAT.
Huck is out of Lost Valley Orion and Prairiewood Player.

black and white

Bella Loves on buck#3. Hes quite the pistol this guy.

Lil sister up front who was born last. I love all the white she displays.

And of course Buck #1 in the back. Hes very shy compared to his brother who pushes to be first in the photo.
I think this is the best looking bunch of goats born at the farm this year. I plan on keeping the doe. Both boys are up for sale. Buck #2 looks amazing. He is very much like his daddy who is also a showoff.

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Bella and her Kids

Bella and Huck's first kids

Thursday, September 20, 2007


Sam is one of our four Angoras that we got in trade for Irish Rose and one of her kids. The dark goat at Sam's side is Rasta.

Monday, April 30, 2007

Kids at Play

I managed to capture the baby doe and buck #2 at play. The littlest Buck missed all the fun as he was snoozled up with mama.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

kidding time

Bootsie gave birth to this precious little boy first. He looks just like his daddy except for the frosted ears and stripe across his nose. He was the tiniest of the three. This is the first of the Flying Goat's born here at the ranch. Thanks to Prairiewood Buckshot who sired these cuties. Buckshot was owned by Deanna Baca Of Cornerstone Farm . Each baby was unique in color. Bootsie gave birth to this little buckskin boy, then a tri-color girl and last but not least a black and white boy. They are so affectionate and sweet. Click on the picture for a closeup of mamma and baby. They are all doing beautifully considering she was 6 days early.

Friday, April 27, 2007

There's a new Sherrif in town

Here's Bijou, the new Livestock Guard Dog at the Ranch.