We are Stacey and Julio Rosado. We have one son Liam. I, Stacey, am a stay at home mom and goat "farmer" and enjoy it immensely. I am living my dream. Julio works for cable company and is my hero. You may see him from time to time in pictures or at shows as he supports me 100% in everything "goat." He builds me whatever I need, and is a huge help with loading and stacking hay etc. Julio is also a photographer and is building a studio here at our little homestead.
Liam is our pride and joy. And he LOVES the goats. I can't ask for a better little goat buddy then him. He turned 1 on October 3rd 2014 and is walking everywhere. I do believe he has a future with these goats. But Liam also loves all animals especially cats and my parents dogs. So we maybe adding more furry friends to the family for his enjoyment.
You maybe wondering what our name means. Well it started out as kind of a joke in my family.
You see most of the animals at our home growing up had come from places or people who couldn't have them anymore and it was either us or death for the animal (dogs, cats, goats, some chickens, and some turkeys once!). People soon realized that we would take in almost any animal that needed a home and we would end up with those unwanted animals. Some we kept others we found homes for.
So I started saying that we were the end of the line for these animals and so the name stuck. I like it since it reminds me that I am making a better life for some animals. Even though I'm now married and we live elsewhere the name has stuck. And who knows we may continue the "tradition."
The Rosados Fall 2014
Click here to see pictures and read their story. I am still working on nurse Flicka back to health. It brings such joy to me to look back and see the difference I have made.
update: I was able to find a wonderful home for both does. I was sorry to see them go but blessed at the wonderful homes they received.