How to help keep milk cold while still in the bucket (during milking)?

Kala

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savingdogs said:
All this discussion makes me really glad my stanchion is in the house! I am just a few steps from the fridge. I do have to mop that room daily, but I was having to mop it daily because of the dogs anyways, so there is no difference. I've never had any of the goats potty in that room either.
Now if only my husband wouldn't disown me! :lol:
 

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that is a good idea to have a kitty litter pan handy, thanks free! I have a bunch of those.
 

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Last year June only poo'd on the stand when I would leave and finish chores and she'd run out of food then poo. This year she started off poo'ing a few times the first or second milking, and I fussed at her to remind her we don't do that on the stand. :rolleyes: She hasn't done it since, though. :)
 

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My doe Eloise would drop some serious deuces but that's cause she was mad at me for being such a novice milker...
 

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I was going to ask why you'd want your goats to take a nap, then I remembered that you guys call diapers nappies. :rolleyes:
 
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