Despite the sorrow over the possibility of this being the last year of PWC Fair, we had a great time seeing old friends and showing goats. For the first time in our experience the Youth Show was held separate and with its own judge.
Youth Show Results:
Khloe: 1st Place Dry Yearling, Jr Grand Champ.
Kate: 2nd Place Dry Yearling, Res. Jr. Grand Ch
Lavender: 1st Place Jr. Kid, Jr Grand Champion
Lily: 2nd Place
Lexi: 3rd Place
Karma: 1st Place Dry Yearling, Reserve Jr. Champion
Jasmine: 1st Place Milker 2yr old, Res. Champion
Raynee: 1st Place Milkers 5+, Grand Champion, BIS Honorable Mention
Open Show Highlights:
Raynee: 3rd Place Milkers 5 and over
Jasmine: 2nd Place 2yr old Milkers
Karma: 3rd Place Dry Yearling
Lexi: 3rd Place Jr. Kid
Kate: 1st Place Dry Yearling
Khloe: 4th Place Dry Yearling
Knox: 4th Place Dry Yearling
Lavender and Zoe
Part of the appeal of PWC Fair has always been the people. The core group has been the same since we started about a decade ago. For my kids, these folks have been extended family during the summer, to the point where even vendors and carnival workers recognize them year after year.
After being inspired by a Williams and Sonama coop and redesign, we have finished our demo coop. The coop is approximately 5’x5′ and 7′ high with a a vinyl covered clean out tray, separate nesting box access, and a planter box. Extra runs are available as extensions in 4′ sections.
This model coop will be offered for $750 as a fully painted and finished coop. Half down is required to start your coop.
Kidding season started June 10th this year! So far we have had 17 babies, all twins except for 1. Here are a few pictures of some of the earlier kids, check back for more pictures and keep an eye on the Sale Page for availability.
We are finally getting around to updating the website. We moved to our own farm in the late spring of 2017 and have been getting settled ever since. Please be patient with us as we bring things up to date.
You can also find us on Facebook at Pun Kids Farm or email the farm name @gmail.com
I will be updating the Sales page and Breeding list in the next day or two. Pictures and Pedigrees of kids for sale will be listed under the Breeding Schedule. Please jump over and see some of these cuties.
We received between 2 and 2.5 ft of snow over the weekend, but luckily everyone weathered the storm with no problems. Now we just need to start getting ready for kidding season with starts at the beginning of March!
Friendly 4H family farm, home to Nigerian Dwarf, La Mancha, Alpine, and Recorded Grade Dairy Goats.