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I suspect you came across this site as you were looking for information to help you with an immediate need.  Sadly, I don’t respond quickly enough to your comments to be of any help.

If you need an answer rather rapidly, please check out the Crazy Goat Lady Facebook…  there’s usually someone there that can reply to your query.  The link is to your right… just click on it & it will take your right where you need to be.

Otherwise, here is an excellent online resource for all of your goat needs – this site is very complete… be sure to set aside some time and get comfy – you’ll learn more about your goats on Molly’s website than you ever thought possible.

There are also many other helpful links right here on this page… just scroll to the bottom, on your right side.

Just remember that goats have been having kids on their own without our help for centuries!  Just be patient & once the kids show up, enjoy them ’cause they don’t stay little & cute for long!

I appreciate you trusting me to help you & I thank you for your confidence!

December 2007 – March 2011

How can I say, “The End” without appearing sad or regretful?  Because I am neither! A few days ago the last animals of my beautiful menagerie left my farm.  The llamas, Stormy & Major were taken to the most beautiful place in East Tennessee to finish their lives as the perfect lawn ornaments they are….

Moving on…

My husband & I have decided that it is also time to downsize our home.  Although we’re both young (56 & 53), this huge property will soon be too much for us to maintain.  Both physically & financially.  We’ve decided to put our property on the market & when it sells, we’ll be looking for…

To keep or not to keep… that is the question!

I’ve recently been replying to inquiries on various subjects…  kidding, worming, etc., and many of the folks I communicate with are dealing with goats that are totally not people friendly.  Not just shy goats but goats that you have to lasso to catch & tie down to administer meds or simply for routine hoof trimming….

In retrospect…. 2010

It’s 7:30 am & I’ve been up since about 5.  To be honest with you, I’ve been suffering with insomnia for the past few days but I usually just toss & turn in bed.  Today I gave up seeing I had to tend to my diabetic dog, Angel who beckoned a few minutes before 5.  …

Can I help?

This post was originally published in May 2010 as a “Page” and was probably missed by my readers.  In any case, with the new year coming upon us, I figured I’d re-post since I continue to get inquiries… mostly via my site but some through personal emails & others from people calling me.. sometimes in…

Things I have learned from living in the South

A possum is a flat animal that sleeps in the middle of the road. There are 5,000 types of snakes and 4,998 of them live in the South. There are 10,000 types of spiders. All 10,000 of them live in the South, plus a couple no one’s seen before. If it grows, it’ll stick ya….

Pet Peeves – Round 1

Public Toilets Some are so tiny that you have to straddle the commode to be able to close the door behind you.  Some have walls so low that you can carry on a face to face conversation with the lady next to you (dead serious – Barefoot Landing, Myrtle Beach, SC). Whats up with public…

Crazy Goat Lady’s Pet Peeves

We all have them – sometimes situations make us aware of new ones.  Most of the time I don’t even think about such things unless I’m confronted with an issue that really drives me bananas!  I usually don’t think about it more than a few seconds but lately I find myself getting easily aggravated.  It’s…

Coming soon!

Friends,  it’s been a beautiful summer!  I realize how long it has been since my last post…actually since July 18th! As you can see, my husband really re-vamped my website & I absolutely love it!  I’ve been looking at it and thinking, “What more can I do here?  How can I improve this website &…