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Spring is here

Posted on March 13, 2016 at 2:25 PM

After a very wet winter we are ready for a little spring! Things have been busy here on the farm getting ready for kidding season. This year we will be kidding from spring thru summer, due to a young buck not sure if he had it right.

Shearing will start in another month. If you want a special fleece please let me know as they sell fast.

I will be vending again at the Middle T...

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First Time Ever Sale!!!

Posted on September 29, 2015 at 2:35 PM

First Time Ever Sale !!!

Fall is here and with it the reminder that we need to stock up more hay for winter. We need to sell a few of our wonderful Pygora goats to help make that happen. Our loss is your gain.

Check out the 4 Sale page for greatly reduced prices that you surely don't want to miss. We are offering for the first time a breeding trio! Great for those wanti...

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Fall is Coming

Posted on August 4, 2015 at 7:25 AM

Though it's still plenty hot, the days are getting shorter. Fall and winter will be here before we know it. I love the fall, it's my favorite time of year. Warm days and cool nights. Beautiful colors everywhere. A lot of work goes into getting ready for the winter on a farm. It's hard to believe with all our lush grass that in a short time we will be in need of a lot of hay. So this is the time of year that you will see farmers haying all their fields. We will b...

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With Sad Heart

Posted on July 14, 2015 at 10:20 AM

We wish to express our sorrow to the Morris family that recently lost their wether, Pawsitive Plantation Gucci. He was such a wonderful soul with a fabulous fleece. He will be missed by all.

Kids and Spring!

Posted on April 26, 2015 at 2:15 PM

Finally spring is here. We have just kidded our last kids this week. We have 7 kids in all. 4 doelings and 3 bucklings. 3 sets of twins and 1 single. One of the set of twins was born to Fiona, a first time mother! She has taken to motherhood with a vengeance, never leaving their side, talking to them constantly and nipping the cats if they get too close.

Check out all the pics under "Pygoras, the kids" at www.pawsitive...

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Cold & Wet Winter Blues

Posted on January 14, 2015 at 10:50 AM

This winter has come in with a bang of cold and wet so hopefully will go out in a whimper. One can hope can't they?

Anyways, I'm very thankful that we decided not to breed till later so that we have a better chance this year of the kids being born in decent weather. We do have heated pens that we can bring them into but last year a couple surprised us by trying to have their kids outside in the cold.

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Sherri W.

Posted on December 16, 2014 at 7:30 AM

Sherry, Ive tried to reply to you but your email must have been entered wrong. Please check and send.

thanks, Kim

Christmas season and thanks

Posted on December 12, 2014 at 12:20 AM

As Christmas approaches so the season of festivals winds down for us. Last weekend I attended the Winter Art Market in Rome, Ga and had a good time despite the cold and rainy weather. This Saturday is the last of our events for the year. It's the open house for the Vision Gallery in Summerville, Ga. from noon till 4pm. I will be there doing spinning demos and showing off my new Pygora fingerless gloves. They are so soft and glamorous. 

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Shopping

Posted on November 10, 2014 at 8:55 AM

Pawsitive Plantation knitted & woven items are now available for sale at Vision Gallery in downtown Summerville, Ga on hwy 27. Open Thurs - Sat. This is a unique gallery full of quality items. There are all kinds of artwork. Paintings, sculptures, jewelery, pottery and your's truely with fiber items. At any time there is usually an artisan working on their craft for you to enjoy watching and will gladly answer questions.

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Day 56 Chronicles of Showing

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 7:10 AM

Only 4 days left till SAFF, the Southeastern Animal Fiber Festival and Pygora Goat show. Life on a farm is full of twists and turns. Sometimes it's full of joy and wonder, sometimes there is disappointment.

Our horse hurt her shoulder this summer and there hasn't been much improvement so she is going to see the vets at UT (Unniversity of Tennessee) for some chiropractic care and possible xrays.

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