Did our HARD WORK pay off? 🤩 (milking star awards for our little backyard goats)

9-Noy, 2020
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After a year of testing the DAY has arrived! Let's see who gets the top spot in our herd of miniature milking goats! 🥰
Each morning on our one acre farm in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, we start the day with milking goats, feeding pigs, and gathering eggs. We have a small plot of land, but boy, do we make the most of it. Each animal on our farm is taken care of holistically & organically. We let the mama goats raise their babies until they reach 10 weeks of age and are naturally weaned from nursing. We keep a small herd of 5-7 milking goats, mainly the Nigerian Dwarf breed, although we still have the queen of the herd, Luna, our Nubian goat. We use the fresh goat's milk to make cheese, butter, cream, and we use it in all sorts of baking & cooking. We love that we can walk into our backyard and gather food. It's the best feeling ever!
After the morning chores, we usually tend to the pond -- we're always adding new pond plants and fish to maintain the delicate ecosystem of our natural swimming pool. Our backyard farm is full of adventures, and we're so happy to share our farm vlog with you. Hopefully you can feel inspired to grow something of your own, or care for an animal with kindness like we strive to do. Thanks for watching!
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  • If your cats get hair balls, feed them The pumpkin.

    R David BrungardR David Brungard10 soat oldin
  • I’m lovin these 20 minute videos!

    Beth RobbBeth Robb23 kun oldin
  • Come on ladies!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Diana ThibodeauDiana ThibodeauOy oldin
  • I like it when the videos are shorter. I don’t always have time to watch for 20 minutes or more.

    rachel rogersrachel rogersOy oldin
  • pumpkin is good for cats so you can feed that to the cats because it will help them

    This is MehThis is MehOy oldin
  • Luna will scratch you luna hell nah

    Emily HacklerEmily Hackler2 oy oldin
    • I’m crying because how funny this is😂🤣😆

      Emily HacklerEmily Hackler2 oy oldin
  • Y’know when everyone says ‘I’m your biggest fan’? Technically we are all their biggest fans since most of us love this family and their animals :)

    LaurenLauren2 oy oldin
  • Corn is best planted during rainy seasons..

    Krislyn AudienciaKrislyn Audiencia2 oy oldin

    Susan FrancisSusan Francis2 oy oldin
  • Since some of the goats are picky, but seem to love the leaves from that tree, could you blend some leaves up into a paste?

    Ellay BrantonEllay Branton2 oy oldin
  • 70 and wear n warm clothes🤣🤣 we don't break those out til it hits 40 or 30

    kristia the halflingkristia the halfling3 oy oldin
  • I am sorry.

    Larry WellerLarry Weller3 oy oldin
  • Awe 😭 you didn’t have to go outside so late for us🤧🤧 17:42* great shot 📷

    dana romerodana romero3 oy oldin
  • no wonder are goats ate all of our halloween pumkins

    Jessica ParmJessica Parm3 oy oldin
  • Congratulations mum I followe u daily

    Sollo KiptooSollo Kiptoo3 oy oldin
  • I had a eye on hope at lumen acre she did her dance today she so adorable

    1234BABBS1234BABBS3 oy oldin

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  • We raise NDG in South Mississippi. Just curious what are you feeding your herd? I have heard alot of different opinions on grains and rich hays. Hope all are well 🙂

    Samantha PorterSamantha Porter3 oy oldin
  • When didd they tell us fern's babbies name's? And what are they!!

    Inman IsabellaInman Isabella3 oy oldin
  • We grow corn it turned out really good but we didn't know when to pick them so when we picked them they were over ripe.

    Grace and Baby KittyGrace and Baby Kitty3 oy oldin
  • You need bee for corn do you need to be paralyzed a lot they grow really good with lots of water

    leslie bargerleslie barger3 oy oldin
  • Congratulation mam... your effort already paid off.

    jawara goat farmjawara goat farm3 oy oldin
  • Hello! How do we private message you? I am a Phoenix resident ready to start the path to goats and have many questions!

    Hollie DefreitasHollie Defreitas3 oy oldin
  • Why dose no one like my comments am I the only one

    Tiffany FishTiffany Fish3 oy oldin
  • Will y’all ever move to a bigger farm? I think it’s cool that your farm is in your backyard though.

    Just A MothJust A Moth3 oy oldin
  • It’s like 34 degrees where I am.

    Jodice EdwardsJodice Edwards3 oy oldin
  • Try creamed corn and watermelon

    Ana NorrisAna Norris3 oy oldin
  • omg, you'll have to cook for me one day, 'cause that looks SO GOOD

    Benthe Rebergen OfficialBenthe Rebergen Official3 oy oldin
  • If you keep one, I wouldn't keep Fiona. I would keep the smaller one.

    Anaheed HillAnaheed Hill3 oy oldin
  • Mine like banana peels, creamed corn, salad greens blended up in the blender....

    ,Barbara Brand,Barbara Brand3 oy oldin
  • I know it’s a golden retriever! I looked up a dogs way home witch is a really good family movie and i think it’s a golden retriever!!!

    SunShine’s LuvsSunShine’s Luvs3 oy oldin
    • But its not a Guard dog

      PeachyWeachyPeachyWeachy3 oy oldin
  • Cold for you is 70°?!?! For us it -1,2, and more!

    Springtrigger AughenbaughSpringtrigger Aughenbaugh3 oy oldin
  • We're in SoCal and get some pretty brutal sun, but my corn (Green dent) has thrived with LESS water. Corn planted in places that would get water once a day failed to thrive. The corn in places without any water or small volumes of water that I would hand carry were tall, had plenty of ears an as long as I helped them pollenate had plentiful kernels. If you try corn again, plant it somewhere super dry!

    Triangle HausTriangle Haus3 oy oldin
  • I love willow!! I loved her since she was born!!

    Ella carpenterElla carpenter3 oy oldin
  • I love your videos!

    Emilia PełkowskaEmilia Pełkowska3 oy oldin
  • You could strain the wet stuff so it's not as runny. What about putting the wet food on something flat, with no sides? Or maybe when you mix the minerals in the wet it will make it not so wet. Mix the minerals and stuff in and bake them into "treats." Then you could make different sizes. For instance mix what you need Winnie to have in the pumpkin and bake in all one shape or size for her, that way you know each goat got the stuff they need.

    Elizabeth BanetElizabeth Banet3 oy oldin
  • I am second

    Shirley BradleyShirley Bradley3 oy oldin
  • Maybe you could try planting a couple of corn plants every two weeks for a year, working your way along a garden bed, then after a year you'll know when to plant them to get the most growth. The next year you can plant them all at that time of the year and hopefully get the best harvest possible?

    BerkeloidBerkeloid3 oy oldin
  • It might not have been the treats some of the goats might not have liked the bowls.

    My E'klectic LifeMy E'klectic Life3 oy oldin
  • Taste-testing was fun!! With puppies, we tend to allow 2 or 3 to taste at the same time; it's manageable. Putting the bowls down on the ground, with some pups, works better; it's less 'confrontational', even tho we don't see it that way... Maybe the goats would agree? LOL

    JJ JacobsonJJ Jacobson3 oy oldin
  • Wait is Zoro named after the Zoro from one piece?

    ipoopedmyselfipoopedmyself3 oy oldin
  • Arizona went blue 🙏🏽

    Ronald PeñaRonald Peña3 oy oldin
  • I love your vedeos

    Jessica MitchellJessica Mitchell3 oy oldin
  • You need to hill up your corn. It will put out more roots, making it sturdier, and give it more nutrition. Try again -- corn is tricky.

    Peggy Ann ParkesPeggy Ann Parkes3 oy oldin
  • It sounded like your pig would like to clean out those bowls of pumpkin, banana, and applesauce! Great video. Love the goats, especially the adorable babies.

    Cheryl FraunhoferCheryl Fraunhofer3 oy oldin
  • Folin has a ❤ on her back

    Lindy BurkeLindy Burke3 oy oldin
  • Hi I really love you channel but it’s getting kinda boring

    Spy Ninjas kidsSpy Ninjas kids3 oy oldin
  • Do you drink the milk or sell it? Or do you just feed it to the babies.

    isaiahhoonisaiahhoon3 oy oldin
  • Tilly’s here for this buffet 🤣

    Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!3 oy oldin
  • Me over here thinking about how penny can’t have no more babies😭😭😭 thinking about if she had one it would possible be name paisly

    Alex CarsonAlex Carson3 oy oldin
  • I'm watching Twilight now

    DratePlaysDratePlays3 oy oldin
  • I feel like she smokes weed but idk..

    Kory FaunKory Faun3 oy oldin
  • Leave dose poor goat's alone

    Leslie ValentinLeslie Valentin3 oy oldin
  • Have you looked up or heard about companion gardening? I think your corn is not getting enough nitrogen. If you plant beans with your corn, the beans will supply the corn with the nitrogen they need.

    Darleen DeHavenDarleen DeHaven3 oy oldin
  • There was an add for milk on this video

    ?kawaii_candy_303¿?kawaii_candy_303¿3 oy oldin
  • Long sleeves lol You should see Chicagoland in the low 60’s in shorts and tank tops! I want a baby goat!!!!!

    Queen_Of_Rockers RocksQueen_Of_Rockers Rocks3 oy oldin
  • Pumpkin is excellent to give cats! It helps with fur balls...

    ChangarookittyChangarookitty3 oy oldin
  • Little baby goats from the past..... Already big goats..... Memories....

    Annie LaoyanAnnie Laoyan3 oy oldin
  • Love your vidoes so much thank you for using your time to make these wonderful videos 😊

    Jem StreichJem Streich3 oy oldin
  • You could try getting the goats used to the pumpkin or whatever by maybe adding in a spoonful to their dry food as you milk them, and maybe a few added to the bottom of the outside hay feeder for the mommas and the babies and then in a dish with dry food for the bucks that maybe you use once a week or something like that specifically for adding the source.

    The Duckling Homestead and GardensThe Duckling Homestead and Gardens3 oy oldin
  • Your videos are superb i love it.

    Origami and Craft and Vlogs With Juned QureshiOrigami and Craft and Vlogs With Juned Qureshi3 oy oldin
  • How long do baby goats nurse from their mothers?

    Kym MaxwellKym Maxwell3 oy oldin
  • Willow and Zorro will make such beautiful and nice kids! If you keep a doe of their babies (if you breed them) they will be off the charts!!!!

    Abigail MitchellAbigail Mitchell3 oy oldin
  • Ahh, so you wanted braging rights.

    barrie bbarrie b3 oy oldin
  • Luna is a toddler🤣

    Holly HawkinsHolly Hawkins3 oy oldin
  • You can try to grow 4-5 rows=25+plants, with a tightly planted corn patch so the crop can pollinate....

    Cathryn ElmoreCathryn Elmore3 oy oldin
  • They are chill just like Fern and very good eaters so sweet. Congrats. on the milking stars

    Linda GullageLinda Gullage3 oy oldin
  • loved the food test! you should do that again but with different foods :) maybe like most popular treat!

    Reece WReece W3 oy oldin
  • Corn needs 3/5 rows deep and 20 feet rows otherwise it won't produce.

    Sweetmoonbeam StarlightSweetmoonbeam Starlight3 oy oldin

    Brooklyn Figueroa-MendezBrooklyn Figueroa-Mendez3 oy oldin
  • OMG yes willow yay

    Brooklyn Figueroa-MendezBrooklyn Figueroa-Mendez3 oy oldin

    JoceLyn CollinsJoceLyn Collins3 oy oldin
  • You didn't show the cooking😭

    Lucy LeslieLucy Leslie3 oy oldin
  • Me:boarded on YT YT: Weed em and Reap..I guess we will put out the notification... Me: oh my goodness WEED EM AND REAP (I love your channel!!)

    Juliet SwantonJuliet Swanton3 oy oldin
  • No canned pumpkin, humans ruin it.

    Robin GoffinetRobin Goffinet3 oy oldin
  • So happy for your goats though.

    Mr. hoarder of plantsMr. hoarder of plants3 oy oldin
  • 17:32 Stella stomping her foot 😂

    Potato MasterPotato Master3 oy oldin
  • Ah dang it. I was hoping to see something about you're garden. lol

    Mr. hoarder of plantsMr. hoarder of plants3 oy oldin
  • I never get any notifications anymore but I went looking and found this video and I am so glad! I am having a major life change right now and trying to adapt to my new normal. I appreciate the happy content!

    CathyCathy3 oy oldin
  • Maybe this is a crazy suggestion, but you know how if you put breast milk on a babies nose, it makes breast feeding easier? Well, what if when the were babies you exposed them to pumpkin and banana in a similar way? Maybe they’d be more interested layer in life. Idk though 😊

    Andrea ChristineAndrea Christine3 oy oldin
  • Please heart my comment. I am such a big fan. I have been watching you for a long time. Btw, i love the way you say "onion."

    Elise BenedumElise Benedum3 oy oldin
  • I’m so glad you guys uploaded today as I have been doing my mock GCSEs and have had two full days of exams which had been really stressful. This is a good way to relax. Thank you

    Emily JohnsEmily Johns3 oy oldin
  • Maybe the goats would like mashed peas instead?

    blueumbreon44blueumbreon443 oy oldin
  • New names for stella's kids that I really likee!!! - Spice - Strawberry - Solar - Sharkie - Shyla - Shelly Hope you like them!!!

    ClearlyLonClearlyLon3 oy oldin
  • You should have garnished the bowls with a leaf, maybe they would have been more interested in tasting the different options?😂

    Magdalene Henriette ThuvMagdalene Henriette Thuv3 oy oldin
  • I love the testing of the soft food. Una was like no way. I love how the milk testing is going. Have a great week

  • Dos Fern stell kicks???

    Anonymous BlahAnonymous Blah3 oy oldin
  • Are you guys going to keep the baby goat.

    Sandra RamirezSandra Ramirez3 oy oldin
  • Willow !

    I like leavesI like leaves3 oy oldin
  • Treats are something that take some getting used to. How about raisins or fruit leather? Not wet, they can try them without having them pushed in their faces, and if they decide they like them you can take it from there.

    Christine DehnChristine Dehn3 oy oldin
  • in my eyes Fern look small compared Willow and the other goats.

    Amelia MathisAmelia Mathis3 oy oldin
    • I love when Weed'em and Reap make 20 min videos

      Amelia MathisAmelia Mathis3 oy oldin
  • There’s no captions available for the video :/ I rely mainly on captions to better understand what is being said.

    Kitty MikkKitty Mikk3 oy oldin
  • Love the longer video!! Y’all are always sweet and entertaining as is your herd of goats and flock of chickens! We have silkies d/t hatch in 2 weeks!,

    Judy ReynoldsJudy Reynolds3 oy oldin
  • Do you milk the goats all the time, even when they're pregnant?

    joyce kelleyjoyce kelley3 oy oldin
  • I think Winston said,"I am protecting the girls from the bowl, and I don't like anything but girls!"

    joyce kelleyjoyce kelley3 oy oldin
  • The chicken like it😉

    Marianne FroholdtMarianne Froholdt3 oy oldin
  • We love your videos, it's funny how you add a G to Onion and subtract a G in words ending in ing, such as Milkin and Feedin

    Emilio ZertucheEmilio Zertuche3 oy oldin
  • I have Boer goats

    Tanner DiazTanner Diaz3 oy oldin
  • Are you going to sell a 2021 calendar?

    Patshhi4Patshhi43 oy oldin
  • What lab did you use for milk testing? I’d love a more detailed video on it!

    The Hardhead’s HomesteadThe Hardhead’s Homestead3 oy oldin
  • You guys should make a tiktok for your goats and the farm

    CatraGatcha 85CatraGatcha 853 oy oldin