(left to right) Sam and Sigma; Emma and Cupcake; Charlie and Petunia in the lineup with judge Andrew Greene.
Today was Shu-Mil 4-H Club’s annual Achievement Day. It featured the members of the club and what they accomplished throughout the 4-H year, as it displayed the non-livestock and livestock projects they worked so hard on. Sam is a member of this club, and so is her younger brother, Charlie. Continue reading →
Our first 2015 kid has hit the ground! Pictured on the left is Summer Young Winter Soldier, a stunning little single buckling out of Highlandcroft Ned Cupcake, sired by Ran-Cher Acres Alchemy’s Peter. At birth this big guy weighed in at 8 pounds and 3 ounces. His nickname is “Bucky”. Continue reading →
Part of the wait is finally over! Late yesterday afternoon our local veterinarian visited with an ultrasound machine, and we had every doe checked for kids. We have never had preg checks done on our farm before, so this was an excellent learning experience.
All of us here at Summer Young (goats included!) would like to wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas! It’s such a festive time of year, so why not dress a goat up in a reindeer sweater and wear matching Santa hats?
The Nova Scotia Provincial 4-H Show is the biggest organized 4-h show across Canada, and this year, we got to be a part of it. It was held in Bible Hill, NS, at the Provincial Exhibition grounds. This is also where the GANS Summer Classic is held every August. This show ran from Friday, September 26 to Sunday, September 28, 2014. To compete at Pro Show, you need to have won Champion, Reserve Champion, first and/or second place in your class at the county level exhibition on 4-H Day. Continue reading →
Because two bucks aren’t enough, we bought another! Ran-Cher Acres Alchemy’s Peter is a very funky looking goat, but he’s a 100% purebred registered Toggenburg with lines to brag about, so he now lives with us. Continue reading →