Here are some pictures. I have a couple of videos of the baby goat being more adorable than should be allowed by law, but the IPhone is filming them sideways. I haven't figured out how to rotate them. I'll post them as soon as I can fix them.
Here is the newborn kid. Mom is busy eating the placenta and umbilical cord. This is instinctive for the mama goat because the placenta will attract predators. Baby goats are probably the cutest animal I've ever seen. The kid probably weighed all of three pounds at birth. These are dwarf goats. I'm not sure if they are Nigerian or Pygmy goats. The man I purchased them from told me they were Nigerian Pygmy goats. They have beautiful silver and black fur that is about 4 inches in length.
This is one of the Rhode Island White chickens that we hatched out in the incubator. From the first and second batches we had one chick hatch out of 10 eggs. The third batch was nine out of ten hatched. However one died several days later. They are so beautiful when they are a day old.
Meet Xena, the Livestock Guardian Princess. Xena is a AKC registered Anatolian Shepherd. She was first runner up in the cuteness pageant losing out losing out to the baby goat.
Here are the three little pigs sort of like in the story. I have to keep building them new houses. So far we've managed to keep the big bad wolf (a.k.a. coyotes) from hurting the three little piggies. Of course now they aren't so little. They probably weighed 15 lbs. when I got them and now weigh about 100 lbs. each. I had no idea that pigs could be so entertaining. When they are young they play just like puppies do. They are so smart as well. They love food and will sing for their supper.