Sunday, May 2, 2010

Howdy all. Well apparently I can't read a calendar either. I have been telling myself that May 1st was Sunday for about two weeks now. So, of course, I am a day late as usual.

I was out yesterday letting the goats and the Irish Setter (he's really a quarterhorse, but don't tell him that - he will pout!) graze in the yard. Lost all track of time and a quarter of my peppermint plant, but we had fun.

Oh yeah, guess I ought to introduce myself. DaLinda Ackerman - Creative Critters - Kilgore Texas. I started Kinders from scratch with a herd of 3 Nubian does, 1 Pygmy doe (too cute to pass up), 2 Pygmy bucks, and 1 Nubian buck (also too cute). I will introduce everyone as soon as I get my pictures uploaded. (Note: not using the Pygmy doe for Kinders)

I just got my first Kinder kids this spring and they are so cute. I am really excited. And my first fresheners are drowning me in milk, so will have to start making cheese soon. We had some ice cream already and it was great.

Well, I'm looking forward to visiting with you this month. Thanks for the invite!

DaLinda Ackerman
Creative Critters


  1. Hi DaLinda! It's great to have you join us! I am looking forward to getting to know you more!! And don't worry about being a day late! :-)

  2. Nice to meet you DaLinda! Can't wait to learn more about you and to see some pictures of your herd! :)

  3. Welcome! So glad to have you here to be with us for this month of May. I want to thank you for doing this for us I know that we are going to enjoy each and every post.

    So glad to meet you!


  4. Hi DaLinda! I have a kinder doe whose grandmother was a pygmy, I think she must have been the old style bigger kind of pygmy. So sometimes that is possible. Sue knows more about that than I do.

  5. any ideas where we can find baby kinders to buy..
    or pregnant nubian doe