Why the goat milk mother gives salty look to the farmer. It’s because the farmer thought she looked very cute in front of the salt block, patiently waiting to be released from the stand. It appears that the goat doe did not see the point of having a video taken of her.
The farmer is delighted that so far, over 3000 people have viewed this little exchange between him and the goat. What do you think about it? This video was filmed and uploaded around 4 weeks ago.
The Goat Milk Mother I’d like to show you is from a while ago. It is very short, and filmed in 2018. It captures a goat sneezing.
Finally, here is a short clip of the goats about their normal evening routine. Their normal life includes making sure that Goat Milk Mother remains superior to Goat Milk Teenager!
We are grateful to YouTube for allowing us to upload our videos, and make them accessible to you to consume and share with others. It certainly helps with selling soap! Not everyone wants to view soap ads every week. But a lot of people have fun watching animals be themselves.
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The kids are getting bigger, and it looks like there are goats everywhere. The goats are also in the pond enclosure, which is a pretty interesting place to casually kill a willow tree by stripping its bark. That is just one of the things you’ll discover at around the 2-minute mark. So watch to the end. Every view is appreciated by the Smith Family Soapmakers.
This video was taken yesterday afternoon, (at the time of writing) in late November 2020. If they need to go to the forbidden territory to achieve their goat for the afternoon, they will, unless there are some painful consequences which make it not worthwhile. Watch this interesting Youtube exploration of the Curious Kids in their forbidden territory.
Episode 13th October 2020 features the triplets which were the first kids born in 2020. Their mother gives us an enormous amount of milk, in addition to feeding them. We only milk our goats once a day. They do all the rest. We also don’t separate the goats from their babies at any time during the day, unless they are at milking, and some of them have their babies in the milking parlour too!
18 October 2020 | Do these goats look like their resting?
Some do, and three don’t. Is that because life is just too interesting? Or are they guard goats?
The latest video from the GoatMilkSoapNZ playlist is Goat Resting episode 18 October 2020. It was taken on a calm sunny day in Spring at the GoatMilkSoapNZ farm. Goats are resting, chewing their cud, and some are making milk. #GoatWatch the video now.
The Smith Family Soapmaker’s channel, Neil Smith is a #GoatWatch channel. We post videos of goats, their kids, and related scenery. We are currently posting often.
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All soap for this year has sold out, sorry. More available in January. New product Kawakawa Skincare Sticks have just been made. Will be available for purchase soon. 6 December 2023 Dismiss