Granny Nanny Set to Ride Again

Feb
2


Dateline: Stringtown Rising Farm


A nanny, who recently became a granny, is slated to perform with a new partner this spring. Rhett, a young, untried buck, will find his place on the stage for the first time with the seasoned Clover. The show will launch in March, after a critical waiting period to guarantee an accurate product following the transfer of Mr. Pibb from Clover’s group. Rhett, long held back by critics of his diminutive size, is eager for his first opportunity in the spotlight.

“I’m looking forward to it,” Rhett stated. “I’ve been waiting for a long time.”

Clover: “The little one? They expect me to do it with the little one?

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 2, 2011  

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  1. 2-2
    2:30
    pm

    I recall you saying that Clover would be bred to Eclipse, since he’s bigger–did you decide to change it up after her twins were born?

    Good luck, Clover!

  2. 2-2
    2:32
    pm

    LOL!!! A picture’s worth a thousand words!

  3. 2-2
    2:33
    pm

    Hilarious! Just what I needed today!

  4. 2-2
    2:49
    pm

    Rhett looks very eager, and he’s so beautiful!

  5. 2-2
    3:14
    pm

    Rhett go man go. :dancingmonster:

  6. 2-2
    3:15
    pm

    I can just see Rhett marching up those stairs and breaking down her door…..

  7. 2-2
    3:18
    pm

    Lordy, those goats are cute.

  8. 2-2
    3:18
    pm

    You could even say Rhett’s tongue’s hanging out for it! :lol: :lol:

  9. 2-2
    3:28
    pm

    Oh my, that is such a lecherous look.

  10. 2-2
    3:50
    pm

    We have a Nubian girl that a full-size Nubian was unable to breed for 2-3 years. We finally traded him and ended up with a smaller boy (Nigerian Dwarf x). Guess who finally bred Liqueur? What those little guys lack in size they make up for in determination… :D

  11. 2-2
    4:18
    pm

    looks like Rhett is drooling for it hope he dont have performance anxiety , If he too tiny might need a step stool…..
    Love the all.
    Ann

  12. 2-2
    4:52
    pm

    Clover, you’re the alpha female in the goat yard. Hold out for only the best!

  13. 2-2
    5:13
    pm

    :o Too funny!

  14. 2-2
    5:30
    pm

    You know what they say……little men try harder to please a lady. :snuggle:

  15. 2-2
    6:09
    pm

    Oh Rhett your photo is priceless. :dancingmonster:

  16. 2-2
    6:22
    pm

    Spring romance on the farm!!!!!!! :sheep:

  17. 2-2
    6:38
    pm

    I love the look on Clover’s face and your caption. And Rhett, well, that picture says it all.

  18. 2-2
    6:59
    pm

    Always love the goat pics…..they are so cute!

  19. 2-2
    7:01
    pm

    lol :shimmy:

  20. 2-2
    8:11
    pm

    I love that picture of Rhett. That’s the one I painted….See it here: http://www.lifeofadailypainter.com/2010/04/08/rhett/ I love your babies!!!

  21. 2-2
    9:42
    pm

    Mary Johnson, we just had a nigerian buck here trying his heart out to breed my two nubian does. And they are small nubians. Guess who came into heat this week?? I put up with that stinky little fella as long as I could and his nasty habit of peeing in his MOUTH!! Back home he went. I think he just wasn’t up for the job. :hissyfit:

  22. 2-3
    8:57
    am

    I will be laughing all day. Clover is a classic. Thank you for a real day brightner.

  23. 2-3
    9:17
    am

    Rhett is such a pretty boy. What beautiful eyes!

  24. 2-3
    10:25
    am

    This is funny to me because that phrase – “do it” was what we used to teach the dogs to go outside and pee. They all knew what “do it” meant.

  25. 2-3
    10:43
    am

    Kelly that’s a fabulous portrait of Rhett! very nicely done. I love him, he’s become one of my favorite faces around Stringtown Rising Farm. I’m anxiously awaiting the results of this mating…
    They are both absolutely adorable critters. :yes:

  26. 2-3
    1:33
    pm

    Lordy Lordy, more goat porn!!! If Rhett woos Clover, surely he will be 10 feet tall and bulletproof!
    Oh my, the goat posts are always the best. Well…along with Annabelle…and The Crooked Little Hen….and Giant Puppy….and fluffy chicken butts….and…and…geez, if I had to decide I would have serious anxiety! LOL Thankfully all I have to do is ENJOY….and do I!! Thank you Suzanne!

  27. 2-3
    4:14
    pm

    Clover looks worried…

  28. 2-4
    12:59
    am

    Hehehe, that’s great. And so their lovestory begins…
    Looks like Clover will be playing hard to get!

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