| 6/9/2014 11:51:00 AM

Tags: Murphy, Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Lisa Doucette,

Spring Peeper FarmI'm not so sure how much more I can handle.

This year has been the year from hell for farming.

It's years like this that make you want to give up.

And it's only March! I hope that it gets better instead of worse.

First it started with Woody. The vet had to come twice, which is never a good thing. Money, money, money...

Even after a few weeks Woody was still sick and not getting any better. I finally thought ... kill or cure. I cut Woody off from his milk and his feed. Only water and hay. It worked.

2/27/2015 2:44:22 PM

I'm new to your page . I just read your story on little " Murphy " , it was so very sad . I am still crying as I type .I am so sorry for you and your families loss of your little buddy . Do you watch the television series " Dr . Pol " ? He always has stories of goats on . By the way how did the vanilla extract turn out ?

6/11/2014 12:56:41 PM

You poor thing :( Always sad to lose a baby, especially when you do everything you can. Bless you for trying so hard, when it came down to it I'm sure you made the right decision to let him go.

linda dicks
6/10/2014 6:11:44 PM

Bless you and your family

6/10/2014 4:37:53 PM

Hi Lisa So sorry about your little guy...I know how you feel, our goats are like our babies also. It is really painful emotionally to deal with the sadness of a pet's passing. Lisa marie

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