Bottle feeding a baby goat

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Posted by kat | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 22-03-2016

Last year I made a deal with a lady that she got my adult doe and I got a baby girl out of it.  Last year the doe had boy’s, this year she had a doe and two boy’s.  Sadly one of the boy’s didn’t make it, and due to the nature of her labor and delivery, she wasn’t able to make enough milk for the two babies she had.   So, the kids and I drove to pick up Chrissy and brought her home, and installed her in our tub.   Where else would we put a week old goat that needs to be fed every few hours and it was too cold outside.  It was late February after all..  Knowing we were going to have to bottle feed her, I ran to walmart and bought a pack of baby bottles, cut a bigger hole in the nipple, bought milk and we were in business.  Or so I though..   She wouldn’t take the bottle at first and as mean as it sounds, sometimes you just have to force feed, until they get the idea.  Well! at 1am, you not feeling very charitable and when you have to pry open a little mouth and stick the nipple in, you can get sort of disgruntled.   She did eventually figure out the whole bottle thing and things went much smoother from there.  The kids would also help feed her from time to time and found her rather amusing.  I found her amusing until, she figured out how to get out of the bathtub and we had to cover it with planks of wood, which then had to be moved to feed her.   When it comes to eating, she is very greedy.

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