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The Relaxed Goat Herd Diary entries
Onion
Boer Nanny
born 22 April 2014

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Onion is wonderfully friendly and very laid back. She adores treats, chuckles and pretty much attention of any kind. She is a great mum but also very stubborn and will move out of your way in her own good time!! She is our herd matriach.
Garlic - Boer/Anglo Nubian Goatling
born 11 May 2018

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Garlic is Onion's daughter and is a picture of health and happiness. She is fairly independent of her mum and is now best buddies with Tarragon. Garlic is a bit of a favourite with visitors as she sidles up for a 'lean' and has an amazing glossy coat.
Sorrel
Anglo Nubian Nanny
born 2015

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Sorrel is very friendly and VERY food orientated. She is the lowest in the pecking order and knows the best places to go to for peace and quiet. She loves cuddling up with her kids! She has a danaaged rumen (!!) so we have to watch what she eats.
Coriander
Anglo Nubian Nanny
born 20 March 2017

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Coriander is very sweet and quietly assertive. She adores her mum Sorrel and her half-brother Tarragon and is never far away from either of them. She is very trusting of humans and generally very well behaved!
Tarragon
Anglo Nubian Wether
born 11 April 2017

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Tarragon is a bit more confident than his half-sister and adores his adopted mum Sorrel. He is quietly assertive/ inquisitive but doesn't like to be away from the rest of his family too much. His best pal nowadays though is Garlic.
Pebbles - Anglo Nubian/ Guernsey Nanny
born 15 March 2015

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Pebbles was born on our holding back in Cornwall, we then sold her and have since bought her back (long story..). She is very confident with us but very shy with strangers. She loves to browse and is massivley tall when she reaches up high.
The Relaxed Goat Herd
Having kept and bred just dairy goats up until 2016, we are now enjoying our mini mixed herd of a Boer, an Anglo Nubian/Guernsey and Anglo Nubians.
We breed for meat and milk, using either an Anglo Nubian or Boer billy (currenlty we hire in) in order to get pure Boers or ANs and Boer/AN crosses. The Boer/AN cross in is great for meat as they produce large carcasses and grow well in just six/seven months.
We are able to milk the Anglo Nubians and the Anglo Nubian/Guernsey and then make our own cheese!
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