Thursday, June 29, 2017
Friday, June 23, 2017
Kolbi, who was the comptroller of this endeavor, consults with the new owner about care for the llamas.
The Lamas say hello to each other when they are reunited in their new forever home. Two were moved Thursday and the last two Friday.
Monday, June 19, 2017
Monday, June 12, 2017
Alpacas ready to loose hundreds of pounds of fiber.
Ready for the hot days in summer. Thanks Taheresa for including us in the group trim.
Thursday, June 8, 2017
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
American Lamancha goat
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the plateau in Spain, see La Mancha. For the La Mancha wine region, see La Mancha (DO). For the Spanish goat, see Murciana goat.
American Lamancha, or more commonly, simply Lamancha or LaMancha, is a formally recognized breed of dairy goat, first bred in Oregon by Mrs. Eula Fay Frey. The Lamancha goat is a member of the Capra genus, specifically Capra aegagrus hircus (sometimes called Capra hircus), like all domestic goats.
Lamancha goats are perhaps the most distinctive goat breed; easily recognizable by their very short ear pinnae. They are also known for their high milk production, and the comparatively high butterfat content in their milk. The short-eared American Lamanchas first
gained recognition as a distinct breed in the early 1950s, and the breed was registered formally on January 27, 1958 as "Lamancha or American Lamancha" goats. Approximately 200 animals were accepted at registration as its original stock. The first true American Lamancha goat registered was named Fay's Ernie, L-1.
The LaMancha goat is the only breed of goat developed in the United States. Although it is interesting folk lore and short eared goats do run throughout history, there is not, nor has there ever been, a breed known as the Spanish LaMancha. The Term "American Lamancha" is an ADGA term which denotes a goat that is mostly Lamancha but has unknown genetics or varied genetics of other
|Pepper and Dina placed by John Wayne|
These two goats are visiting with Margaret for the summer.
She claas the La Mancha goat Dulcinea and the alpine goat Yodel. Names easier to remember :)