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Nubian Goat Project: Our First Milk Goats At Stinnett Farms

Hello all you Homesteaders!! I am posting today to announce the coming arrival of new members of Stinnett Farms. I am excited to introduce to you, Poe and Gwynn....

This is Gwen. She is a one year

old Nubian Doeling.

This is Poe. She is a one year

old Nubian Doeling also

These girls are ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL!!! We will be traveling to Alton Missouri (little over five hours from here) To pick up these beauties. The Plan is to go in the next couple weeks!!

These Nubian's are coming from Ages Ago Acres Nubians. I have been talking to the owner of this dairy farm for about a week now. I have been asking and telling her everything that popped into my head and she is absolutely amazing!! She knows her Nubians for sure. lol 

The two little brown goats peeking

from the back are our girls. Poe

is on the right and Gwen is on

the left.

We absolutely are tooo excited to make the trip and bring the new girls home. I have added a few more pictures of Gwen and Poe. They are both going to be a year old in March. Ages Ago Acres also will hopefully be saving me an awesome buck from their upcoming 2013 kidding season. I can't express enough how awesome Ages Ago Acres goats really are. I have added a few pictures of the goats Ages Ago Acres maintain on their farm. 

I encourage you to go talk to Susie at Ages Ago Acres. Just click one of the links throughout this post and it will take you directly to her site.

Once again...

Happy Homesteading!!!

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Tags: acres, ages, ago, goats, nubian

Comment by Elena Eckel on January 26, 2013 at 10:19am
The pictures are beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Will u be making your own cheese as well?!
Comment by Travis Stinnett on January 26, 2013 at 10:59am

Elena, thanks for your comment!! Yes we plan to make our own cheese and butter and yogurt and lots of things with our goats milk!!!

Comment by Elena Eckel on January 27, 2013 at 10:59pm
That's Great! Sounds so yummy. Good luck and post lots of photos please:))
Comment by Travis Stinnett on January 28, 2013 at 9:27am

Will do Elena!!

Comment by Tara Lehner on June 24, 2013 at 4:19pm

Very interested in any update you have on the Nubian dairy goat project! Considering a few dairy goats but looking for any information I can get my hands on. Thanks!

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