Tulip and her three babies on their first outing.
Returning Home Farm and proud mama goat, Tulip, are proud to announce the birth and public debut of her triplet goats: Burrito (male), MinnieT (female), and Willowette (female.) They were born on April 5, 2018.
The delivery was uneventful. Tulip did it all on her own in 20 minutes. It was her first time giving birth.
The baby goats spent a month in privacy with their mother and the Returning Home staff. Tbey all had their first outing outside the pen to Yoga With Goats this past Saturday and had a great time…napped afterwards!
The girls have a home to go to later in the summer. Burrito is available for adoption as a buck or wether.
We will continue to post photos of the babies as they grow and prepare for future adventures. You can join us any Saturday this summer for Yoga With Goats to meet them in person. Or come to the picnic on Saturday June 9 from 11-4 where you can meet the babies, sample yoga with goats, see goat races, etc.
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Trying to figure out exactly what the yogis are doing over there …
For comparison purposes, this was a few hours after birth …
The family in early days
On April 6, 2018 our goat, Tulip, gave birth to three little goats. Everyone is doing well. The babies will not be receiving visitors just yet, but we enourage you to sign up for ‘Yoga With Goats’ starting May 5 where we’ll have an update and let you know when you can meet the babies.
Because our team is busy preparing for spring and summer activities AND caring for Tulip & her kids, we don’t have a play by play for you on the birth, but please consider reading this link on goat pregnancy and birth if you are curious.
We will post more photos soon. Please feel free to leave a comment with a message for Tulip and her kids.
You can see the album on our Facebook page (it is open to the public.) Click on the photo below.
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