Well Wronny is almost five and she has been milking practically her whole life, the farmer sat down and figured out that she has been out of milk for a total of six weeks since she was a yearling, which is not very much and probably a violation of union rules. This is her own fault and she has no one else to blame for it because in spite of the fact that she doesn't really go in for love and kisses she is the type of goat whom anyone can milk, so she was always kept in milk for the cheesemaking classes.
Winnie is also the type of goat anyone can milk, even more so,
and she tolerates hugging pretty well, but she has a habit of not
settling, which is what she did last year, so she has been off work
since last spring.
Well anyway Wronny got dried off as I mentioned and she
will have at least five months off since she isn't bred yet. I'm sure
she will use the time wisely to boss everyone around and probably
develop some kind of Wronny Boot Camp for the feeble-minded and
Tangy will be her first camper; Tangy
accidentally forgot that she wasn't the Boss of Everything and got a
refresher course the other day when she scrambled ahead of Wronny at the
The other milkers are all dried off, too, so
there is no milk. Except wait, Cherry didn't want to dry off, she kept
on milking so she is on once a day milking only for the purpose of latte
milk. Cherry is part Nubian so it always seemed like she might not be a
good candidate for student milkers but lately you can't get her off the
milkstand and she loves being scratched and petted almost to the point
of unseemliness and so I hate to break it to her but she might not get a
day off for the next three years.
That's 1095 days if you do the math.