Maybe Baby


Clover has lost all interest in her former flame, Eclipse, and I’m hoping this means she’s pregnant! Nutmeg, on the other hand, remains interested. I think Rhett didn’t quite do it for her. So this time, I put her with Eclipse. If things heat up, I’ll let you know!


  1. Nancy in Iowa says:

    Awwww, love on the farm!!!

  2. glenda says:

    Some farm animals are very private about their love lives! My milk cow Willow who is very close to the house where she and her love could be observed regularly had me worried. I had never seen a heat from her or the bull showing any interest.

    Vet says she is 7 months with calf. Good news! But, oh how I miss her milk when I turn her dry.

  3. CindyP says:

    Keeping fingers crossed! But, how will you have time to milk 3 animals?!?!?! 😮

  4. Runningtrails says:

    Oh! Good luck! Babies are exciting!

  5. mamawolf says:

    Set the atmosphere for romance; a little soft music, candlelight, maybe some flowers and a great dinner. Worked well for me four kids ago! :heart:

  6. Lynn says:

    Cant wait to see the kids when they arrive! :snoopy:

  7. Deborah R says:

    I stopped at the feed store near you and saw this scrawled on the side wall: “oooOOOooo that Eclipse! He’s so studly!”

  8. NorthCountryGirl says:

    What are you going to do with all that milk when Clover and Nutmeg start producing??? Add to that Beulah Petunia’s milk…you’re going to be flooded with milk! AND, babies!

  9. sam says:

    All I can say is Happy Mothers Day Suzanne.


  10. Barbee' says:

    Aren’t they cute together?!

  11. Nancy says:

    Sweet! A goat farmer here in CT just posted that one of her Momms’a had FOUR kids!!! Very rare! Momma was tired but doing well. Maybe you’ll get twins!

  12. Glenda says:

    It’s springtime…love is in the air.

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