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Kid-Count, Spring 2021
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As always, Ms. Candy kept me guessing right up till the last minute. This is her sixth freshening (fifth since we have owned her) and once again, I missed her birth. I had been guessing for several days that she would kid soon, but she never shows strong signs of...
It seems like almost every year, we have baby goats born on Easter Sunday. This year, I didn't think we would. Maizey's due date was one day before (April 3) but she wasn't really showing any strong signs that she was close, so I was anticipating she'd go a few days...
I can't believe I forgot to share these! Two weeks ago (when I was at 22 weeks along in my pregnancy), my friend Erica was kind enough to come take co-maternity photos of me with my goat, Cookie. We both just happened to be 5 months pregnant (with her only being 4...
Hello from Sundaze Farm!
– est. 2015 –
Our farm began (like many do) with a few backyard chickens. In just a few short years we moved from the suburbs to our little red farmhouse to raise our kids in the country and pursue our homesteading dreams.
Our breeding program focuses on solid conformation and milk production. Our goats are ADGA and/or MDGA registered (unless otherwise noted).
As of 2020, we are an ADGA Plus herd and will be participating in linear appraisal and 305-day DHIA milk testing. We are also a proud 4-H family!