The Microscope: Plugable USB 2.0 Digital Microscope with Flexible Arm Observation Stand for Windows, Mac, Linux (2MP, 250x Magnification)
The Slides: AmScope BS-50P-100S-22 Pre-Cleaned Blank Ground Edge Glass Microscope Slides and 100pc Pre-Cleaned Square Glass Cover Slips Coverslips
The Fecal Tubes: SEOH 16 X 125mm Plastic Test Tubes with Caps, 25 Pack
1. Saturated salt solution
2. Salt/sugar solution
3. Sodium nitrate
fecal recipe source: Flotation Fluids
Stoner boy LOVEs people and is always the first to run up for a pet and looking to rub up against your leg… then try to eat your pants.
Soldier was purchased just above Afton VA but his parents are both from a high end goat farm in Maine. He wasn’t sold with papers because the woman didn’t get pics of his moms udders while she was with milk. We don’t need papers because we are breeding him with our mix goats Lola and Penelope. I have noticed a local goat farm here selling “mini Alpine” goats aka Alpine mom and Nigerian dad. Which we so happen to have. I’m not trying to encourage him to breed with Nadeen because we mill her twice daily. But if it happens aka if she actually lets him and he figures out how ( she’s three times as tall) so be it.
Thankfully, Soldier only acted like a perv when the girls are in heat. I have not seen any ( including Nadeen) in heat in 2 months now.
Soldier boy came debudded, however, some horn is still growing on both sides :/
Though, we have since sold Albert because we (Jamie, who would be assisting birthing them) were worried about breeding a lager breed malewith a smaller breed female, and he was getting funky with his mom whilst at the same time trying to breast feed. So things started getting a little to creepy…
Jamie sold him to the first caller from a Craigslist add (same day that the add was put up. It was an old farmer who didn’t seem to care about goats just saw it as a good price. When Jamie got back from dropping Albert off she recieved a phone call from a friendly woman excited to meet the cute little guy.We now realize the importance of finding a home for our babies. Hopefully the old farmer just resold him to a good home for a higher prrice.