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Parkinson Farms

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Well why don't I start with my darling boy, Bam Bam. Bam Bam is my Fullblood Boer Buck. He is 17 months old and was born a quad. He is the only survivor. My brother calls him a beast. He has won reserve grand champion twice. Once as a 5 month old at the NW MO State Fair and once as a yearling at the local fair.



Next has to be Candy. Candy is a two year old boer doe and the reason for my madness. LOL She is due to kid in November and is already getting a big belly. I suspect she will have at least triplets.



Then There is Coco. Though Coco is crazy scared of people for unknown reasons I still love her. SHe was my second goat. This is her in June with her son, Butch. Butch has gone to a new home now. He got first place wether in all his shows. :)



Then There is Doll. She was my third goat. She is due any day. She is 50% Boer 50% Nubian.



This is Precious. Precious is Candy's first kid. Precious was born March 6, 2011. I expect great things from her. She is a great girl.



That's not all folks.


 

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OMG their all so cute. You should totally get the lionheads if you have enough spare time for them (it looks like you have your handsd full though...but hey you never know) There's always room for a couple mre right! :p
 

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Yes there is well I got the lionheads. I posted that a while back one one of them, Ziva is going to have kits. She is Due November 12th. Also added three new does to my goat herd and sold 3 goats. :) One of the goats we got is 2 years old and she is down in the barn and I'm waiting on her to have her kids. :)
 

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Hello everyone just thought I'd give a update on how my animals are doing. We unfortunatly lost a cat this summer due to old age and the heat just being to much on him. (RIP Shadow). My goat, Candy, won Grand Champion In County Boer Doe! My other pygmy goat, Ella, won Grand Champion Pygmy doe and her daughter got second in her class. I had another doe place 4th. As for my rabbits sadly we lost Abby do to problems kindling and Ziva was alot older then we thought and we lost her to old age (RIP Abby and Ziva) I still cry about it. Also we have expanded our rabbitry a little but don't worry I spend alot of time with every one of my animals and they all hold a special place in my heart. We also lost another rabbit, Ariel. Ariel was a rescue Mini Rex/Dutch doe that just loved people and running around the house. She had such a wonderful personality and was just a youngin' but it got really hot during the day while I was at work and we lost her to the heat! :'( I am again still crying about it. Director Jenny, Reid, DiNozzo, and JJ are doing great along with our other rabbits. We had a lady come out to look at buying a baby bunny and she fell in love with Prentiss so she took another lionhead along with Prentiss and Prentiss is now living a life of luxury. :) Alot has happened this summer and I have grown even more attached to all my bunnies, goats, dog, horses, and cat. We ended up selling all the cows because they just wouldn't stay in the fence and we didn't want any of them getting hit. Have a blessed day and stay cool.
 

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Hi,

Glad to see you back. Love all your animals. And so sorry for your losses.

Congratulation on your goats placing in the shows. That's awesome.

Look forward to hearing more experiences with your animals. And definitely more pics.

K
 

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Thank you so much. We actually have a small litter of 3 lionheads that are about 5 weeks old now and super sweet. I'll trying getting as many pictures of my animals up as possible. :)
 

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Parkinson Farms wrote:
It might take a while to get the video done cause my mom's corgi is having puppies right now!!!!!
Puppies are more important than videos right now.

Hoping Mom Corgi has an easy delivery and healthy pups.

K
 

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Adorable goats and lobe reading about hour farm! Puppies bring born, new lionheads....eeeeek...so cute!
 

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Our corgi, Sara, had to have a emergancy C-section at 10:00pm on July 7, 2012. She had way to many puppies in her to handle. They stretched out her utterus. However she is fine. She is at the vets house recovering from surgery. She had NINE tri-colored puppies. (6 girls 3 boys). All will be hand raised by me and my mom. Will add pictures in the dog video of them.
 

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The puppies are doing great. The runt is the liveliest. however we do have one girl (not the runt) that we are watching closely. She is very weak. She is a petite built corgi. keep her in your thoughts. Here are some pictures.
Just two pups don't remember their genders.
https://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/577236_3324851969953_117117796_n.jpg

This is the girl we are worrying about. (Below)
https://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/556406_3324852169958_1873434873_n.jpg
https://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/396868_3324852489966_1798903157_n.jpg

All NINE puppies
https://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/541738_3324853009979_1743674919_n.jpg
 
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