GOAT TEE

Here on the urban homestead, it’s our goats who receive most of the attention (and who can blame them!) I mean it’s so bad sometimes we can even get down right jealous that folks give them so much attention and leave us, well, out to pasture. Anyhow, won’t go into further details since those are issues I would need to speak with a shrink about.

Since we aware of the fact that our goaties are so popular, we hereby hand over to you our to our very own “spokes-goat, ” and model none other than Blackberry herself.

Blackberry tries on the Homegrown Revolution tee – perfect fit. Look at that cute belly, hence one of her nicknames — “Belly.”

Fairlight checks out Blackberry’s new duds. Hmmm – nice, soft, and organic too!

Fairlight doesn’t like the fact that Blackberry has new clothes. Give me that shirt off your back, or I’ll take it off myself.

It’s my tee shirt not yours! Get your own and if you do, you’ll be supporting the work of PTF so they can continue to bring more cute goat picture for your enjoyment.

Psst, now available in Men’s small and xx-large

Comments(10)

  1. Janice K says:

    Oh my gosh! She is sooooo cute sport’n the gear! Awwwww….what a Mascot! hehehe 😉 Boy goats are the one’s with the “goatee” right?

  2. Janice K says:

    Oh my gosh! She is sooooo cute sport’n the gear! Awwwww….what a Mascot! hehehe 😉 Boy goats are the one’s with the “goatee” right?

  3. Judy says:

    They are both so cute 🙂 I can’t imagine what having a goat would be like…. our neighbor had one when we moved into our house. He was a very old goat at the time and he lived 12 more years after we moved here! He would come up to the fence and let us feed him honeysuckle vines and flowers. The neighbor never had to mow grass in their back yard LOL

    I think that I’ve heard somewhere (maybe in a post or on a video) that you may breed one of the goats. Just wondering if you still had plans to do that. Blackberry is smaller than Fairlight — are they different breeds? As you can tell, I don’t know much about goats LOL

  4. Judy says:

    They are both so cute 🙂 I can’t imagine what having a goat would be like…. our neighbor had one when we moved into our house. He was a very old goat at the time and he lived 12 more years after we moved here! He would come up to the fence and let us feed him honeysuckle vines and flowers. The neighbor never had to mow grass in their back yard LOL

    I think that I’ve heard somewhere (maybe in a post or on a video) that you may breed one of the goats. Just wondering if you still had plans to do that. Blackberry is smaller than Fairlight — are they different breeds? As you can tell, I don’t know much about goats LOL

  5. ~~Melissa says:

    I do not know how it happened but I suddenly find myself with a crush on a goat in a t-shirt. So cute!

  6. ~~Melissa says:

    I do not know how it happened but I suddenly find myself with a crush on a goat in a t-shirt. So cute!

  7. PhoenixJen says:

    First of all – I can see why the goats get all the attention – they are super adorable (but, honestly, I would give Fairlight her own T otherwise there’s bound to be trouble!) =)

    I am VERY curious how large your animal enclosure is as I’m trying to figure out if I, too, might have goats one day (the neighbors are egging me on). I already have plans for chickens and ducks….

    PhoenixJen

  8. PhoenixJen says:

    First of all – I can see why the goats get all the attention – they are super adorable (but, honestly, I would give Fairlight her own T otherwise there’s bound to be trouble!) =)

    I am VERY curious how large your animal enclosure is as I’m trying to figure out if I, too, might have goats one day (the neighbors are egging me on). I already have plans for chickens and ducks….

    PhoenixJen

  9. Lori from Michigan says:

    Blackberry is just cute as a bug. Love that little face.

  10. Lori from Michigan says:

    Blackberry is just cute as a bug. Love that little face.

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