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Meet The New Guy On The Jewish Farm

taurus Meet Taurus, our borrowed buck, who has come to ensure our goats’ milk supply for next spring.  That means babies too!

Taurus is an ADGA registered Nubian goat, which will bring “our kids” just a little more class.  He is very gentle and loving, pretty quiet, and terribly dismayed when our girls all ran away from him when he first arrived for his two-month visit.

Taurus and our does would love it if you would stop by from 10 – 3 this Sunday for the Working Jewish Farm Day to help out with their winter home repair following the floods.  The does will be providing milking demonstrations, we’ll be having a bagel brunch, and we need lots of hands, tools, and shovels to relay flooring, building a new milking platform, and resloping the paddock so that the rain and snow stay out of the barn.

Please RSVP (12 and up) so that we have enough food available by Texting your first name, email address, & number of volunteers to:  303-900-0893 or Emailing us your first name, cell number, & number of volunteers to: bait-izim@googlegroups.com

 

About Yael Cohen

Yael Cohen is the #1 bestselling author of "Secrets of a Special Education Advocate" and host of Get IEP Help Live! She is also a member of Beit Izim, the Jewish Goat Co-op. Some of our goats are featured in "The Udderly Fantastic Goat Journal."

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