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Goat shed progress

The milking shed is coming right along thanks to my hardworking guys this weekend.  We are waiting on the windows before we can finish the trim. I also need to make a barn door maybe even a dutch door.  Today we are trying to get the lean-to (the doe's new home) framed up and sided before a thunderstorm rolls in tonight.  It will be to the left of the shed and open on the pond side for them to go in and out.

The does are anxious to move in.
They've overheard talk about a couple of handsome young bucks coming to the farm so they are excited about that too!

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  1. They are spunky little girls, aren't they?

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  2. Your really fast, it looks GREAT, I love the windows in front, cant wait to see it that beautiful red, I love that red, and the dutch door, I wanted one so bad, but did'nt get one , its going to look so good, what am i saying, it already does.

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  3. I think the girls might be looking quite anxious to get moved in and see the neighbors!!

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  4. Looks great!

    My daughter would LOVE to have some goats (as pets and as a source for chevre - she LOVES cheese!).

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  5. Y'all are moving right along with that project.. it looks great! And your does are adorable. -Tammy

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  6. I love my dutch door they are wonderful.looks very nice.

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  7. Awww those 2 are so cute! What a wonderful new home they are going to have!
    ~Donna~

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  8. Hi Kim!
    Wow talk about first class accommodations for your goats...with a view no less! I bet they thank you by giving you lots of wonderful milk eventually. Looking forward to seeing it all done and the happy goats enjoying their new 'digs'. Have a wonderful Tuesday!
    Maura :)

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  9. Hmmm...I think the goats might need a little privacy. How about sewing some curtains for the windows?? Make them really bright and colorful--I'm sure Wayne would love that :)

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  10. What a great blog you have! So glad you find mine, and now I see yours. OMG your chicken coop is gorgeous!!!

    Thinking about getting goats again, haven't convinced the husband tho. *sigh*

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  11. The shed is looking great! I bet the goats will love it.

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  12. Oh, my ... I am so far behind on your blog. The milking shed will be so nice. I wish we had gotten that thunderstorm ... Well, at least some rain.

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  13. I love your place. I keep tryin to talk my hubby into getting a couple of goats.
    So far, he's not buying into it.

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  14. Another beautiful shed..just thinking that your goat girls have grown up so fast..they don't stay tiny for long do they!

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