Let’s talk about the baby goats we’ve featured in our latest goat tote. We normally just select one or two cute kids. This year, we decided to spotlight 38 of them (out of 100s – and it was still hard to choose). Many of you have wondered how Farmer John decides on their names. Well, he starts off with the first letter of the mom’s name and goes from there. He does this to keep track of their lineage. And also – it’s cute. This is Part 3 of a 6 part series. There’s a link at the bottom of the page for the other parts.

If your name is Hannah, Heather, Heidi, Herbie, Hi, Ho, Hulk, Honora or Hyaeinth then you have a baby goat named after you!

baby goat Hannah with ornate border

 

Hannah eats saltine crackers dipped in salsa.

baby goat Heather with ornate border

 

Heather uses self-deprecating humor as a defense mechanism.

baby goat Heidi with ornate border

 

Heidi once let her car’s inspection sticker go over the expiration date by eight months.

baby goat Herbie with ornate border

 

Herbie is the president of the Kristen Bell Fan Club.

baby goat Hi with ornate border

 

Hi can speak 9 languages. He is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Public Health.

baby goat Ho with ornate border

 

Ho can speak 10 languages. He always needs to one-up his brother, Hi.

baby goat Honora with ornate border

 

Honora wants to see more goats in the film industry.

baby goat Hulk with ornate border

 

Hulk is a lover, not a fighter.

baby goat Hyaeinth with ornate border

 

Hyaeinth, a pyromaniac, quickly deleted his Tinder profile upon the realization that it wasn’t what he thought it was.

by Heather Sadlemire

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Linda K. Turner

April 7, 2019

Dear Bleekman Founders, Staff, and all goats & other animals~

You have absolutely made my day with receipt of a QVC order of (6) soaps & wonderful cream! I am a senior residing in Santa Barbara, CA, but I have never lost my love of my Norwegian families 1885 farm outside of Story City, IA~ filled with animals of all kinds and a great barn, jumping from high in the ‘hay mows’ with my Cuz’. Later my Mother remarried a farmer with 180 acres, but few animals. All were and are now happy memories!

I have wanted to visit upstate New York as one of my ‘to do’s in Life’ and hope to do it next fall. I love your beautiful book. I look forward to knowing more of your products as well~!

I had a goat: “Katie”, a Nubian adult goat, that helped keep the weeds down from the back of a 1/2 acre. We need the help of a herd of goats to keep the chaparel down from our foothills in Santa Barbara, CA!

Thank you for reaching a great animals lover and former farm gal~!

Linda K. Turner

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Karen Parr

I just received Beekman 1802 products I ordred from HSN. Can you please tell me how you get goat milk in mass production without harming them, exploiting them or abusing them. I can’t info on it.

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