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Rural Gardening: New cria

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Shawnee, OK

November 18, 2012
6:28 PM

Post #9336582

Here's our 4th cria of the fall.
Our boys have decided to name him Hershey.
He is a very deep chocolate color so it fits him.

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Richmond, TX

November 18, 2012
6:31 PM

Post #9336587

He looks so soft and huggable! Are the babies gentle and calm or does that require a lot of training?
Shawnee, OK

November 21, 2012
10:17 AM

Post #9339098

Typically they are gentle but adapt to their mother's personality very quickly. So, it kind of depends on the mother.
The more you handle them they calmer they are it seems.
I try to spend a lot of time really close to them without handling them everytime. It seems they trust me more and remain more calm while I hold them.
The young ones can become more used to handling once they are weaned as well.
Alba, TX
(Zone 8a)

November 30, 2012
9:03 AM

Post #9346205

Oh, I like his coloring! Thanks for posting.
Shawnee, OK

December 1, 2012
7:33 PM

Post #9347278

Brownie and her little boy PB are very photogenic

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Richmond, TX

December 1, 2012
8:50 PM

Post #9347304

That's a great picture.

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