We could have had her artificially inseminated again, but I recently met a woman who is very near my house that just got a lamancha buck. I connected with her, and she allowed us to bring Aurora over to her farm and see how things went. With Aurora in standing heat, she was very eager and willing to accommodate her new boyfriend. He was quite a handsome guy! Unfortunately this is the best photo I got of the two of them, but he had such beautiful color.
After they accomplished their task a few times, I led Aurora out of the pen. She was not happy to leave her new friend! We began walking away to find the kids and next thing we knew the buck was right next to us. He had jumped the fence and ran over to find Aurora! I really hated pulling them away from each other, they were so cute. My husband had the van that day, so I had to hoist her up into our Pilot, which is considerably higher. I could have sworn I was going to put out my back, but I did not, and we were able to get home without incident (read; she did not pee or poop in the back of the car). After the breeding, Aurora did continue to yell and search the fence line for a friend, but has now calmed down. Fingers crossed this is the last time this year I have to transport a goat anywhere!
Aren't they adorable? I can't wait to see what the babies look like!!