Karla has been a goat lover ever since she was a little girl. As a child, some of her siblings developed allergies to cow's milk. This motivated her parents to acquire some milk-goats and Karla thought these were delightful! Over the years, Karla has owned many types of goat. She's had rough 'brush goats' used to clear land and she's had Alpine and Nubian goats too, but her clear preference is small African Pygmy goats. Currently Karla has six goats.
Just before Karla's last old goat passed away at the age of 17 years, Karla sought out a younger batch. Purchasing two adult females, both fat and sassy, she brought them home and socialized them with her old "Ellie May" goat. After Ellie passed away, Karla found a fine young male to use for breeding and set up Karla's goat farm. The females came with names, Snow and Nono. Karla named her male Pancho, but we've only ever called him "pants".
Karla has animals other than goats however, Karla's barnyard can be home to about anything.