Saturday, July 10, 2010

Beneficial Bee Lip Balm Giveaway!

We need help naming our fourth baby goat. Glenn, Oliver and I picked him up last Wednesday and have yet to figure out a fitting name for him. This goat will be the father of all of our baby goats in the coming years. We are told he will be big, stinky and urine soaked, but sweet.

The Rules:

1. Please leave your name suggestion in the comments section of this blog. You can leave as many name suggestions as you want. If you feel weird about leaving blog comments, you can e-mail me.

2. If your name is chosen, we will ship your lip balm to you. We are happy to ship all over the world.

3. Names like Shadow and Midnight will disqualify you immediately.

4. The winner will receive a four season gift pack (all four of our lip balm scents in a cute box).

5. The winner will be notified on Saturday July 17th.

6. Bribes will be accepted, but will not guarantee a win.

I tried to take some nice pictures of the new goat this afternoon for the blog. My plan was to have an Oliver-free blog, but the new goat decided otherwise. Like all of the other animals on this farm, the goat thinks Oliver is the greatest. So, Oliver ended up being in virtually every shot because the goat wouldn't leave his side!





The Prize (minus the bees):

35 comments:

  1. Oyster.

    http://cyberhippiegypsies.blogspot.com/

    Love your blog and shop!

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  2. Permie (short for Permaculture)

    Moses (goats are sort of biblical :)

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  3. Oh, my gosh...shy stinky and urine soaked? Can't goats be washed or at least hosed off?

    I can't believe Oliver, the goat boy is like a kindred spirit to these guys - they just love him...look at him nibbling on his forearm - and not even in a painful way - so that's the picture of your stud? He doesn't look stinky and urine soaked - am I naming the one I'm seeing here with oliver? He's full grown, right? I can't name him because I'm confused - am I naming the big black one with the white floppy ears and the white nose? I thought you said you will be getting a baby...???? (I'm having a senior moment, sorry!)

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  4. I vote for Oreo, because his ears look like an oreo shake!
    alteredbeauty@live.com

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  5. 1. Amico (Italian for friend)
    2. Yagi (Japanese for goat)
    3. Munch (just because I think it's funny)

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  6. Ok, now that I know we're talking about him:

    Ralph
    Ice T
    Frosty
    Guenther

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  7. I was thinking Muffin but I'm pretty sure that name has already been used & loved...
    So my second choice is Gobo, after the leader of the fraggles in Fraggle Rock. (Although your new goat is not quite as orange as Gobo was).
    I love your new goat, he is so cute. Looks like Oliver loves him too!

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  8. Aggie
    Manzanita (Zane) for short
    Dudley

    That's all i got! He sure is cute though. Too bad he will be so stinky.

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  9. Chevre for the name goat in french

    Labradorite since he has the colors of one .

    Kiwi because it is a cute name

    Noor means light in arabic .

    tiny cow

    tumblemumbo at gmail dot com

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  10. King Arthur .
    Cristobal
    Cobalt
    Estrella means star in spanish
    Obsidian
    Jasper
    Mr. Sleek
    Little Prince

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  11. King of the herd sort of names:
    Cyrus
    Rex (my great grandfather's name!)
    Maximus

    "G is for Goat" sort of names:
    Gordon
    Grover
    George
    Gaston
    G-Love

    Random others:
    Felix (means happy!)
    Thaddeus
    Zorro

    :)

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  12. Pip
    Speckles or Mr. Speckles
    Pepito
    Cosmic or Cosmico
    Lolo or Yolo
    Licorice

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  13. Twist (goes with Oliver)
    Sid, or Rex from Toy Story 3
    Cliff or Cliff Clavin
    Remy
    Bruce
    Sarge

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  14. What a magnificent looking animal! Truly!
    I adore his coloring...He holds an air of mystery about him.
    How about Zorro?
    Or Kola? (Lakota for friend)
    Or Mystery? he he he
    I'll email you my personal addy okay?
    What a fun giveaway and I thank you for letting me enter..I like following your blog now that I've found it!
    Many Blessings!
    xoxo
    My Grandkids just got goats and they named them Winken, Blinken, and Nod! I love it!

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  15. How about Garbo.

    great pictures (as usual)

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  16. Great names! It will be hard to choose our favorite.

    Doris-The new goat isn't actually a baby anymore, I guess. He is about four months old. He will be much larger than he is right now! Intact male goats have quite a stench that you can't wash out (unfortunately).

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  17. Billy D. Goat
    And, you're welcome.

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  18. My two. One unoriginal but it makes me smile and 2 makes me giggle!
    1. Billy
    2. Squirt...that is what you need him for right?? tee hee hee

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  19. 1. Midnight
    2. Shadow

    wait...shoot!

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  20. How about Tinker? or Tink?

    Don't know why that popped into my head, lol!

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  21. Angelique and Alessa!July 13, 2010 at 11:07 PM

    Esteban
    Henry VIII
    Dwight
    Cornelius
    Congo :o) lol
    Therman Murman
    Rufus
    Indi (short for Indiana Jones)
    (there's explanations for each name, just ask me at wk -Ang. L.)

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  22. Here goes our list from Bass Lake:Humbug, Pan, Balzac,John Smith, Caligula, Loki, Mr. Tumnus, Ramses, Fawnas, Mutton,Hugh, Hiccup, Pluto.

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  23. Socrates
    Gilbert
    Francisco
    Artax
    Simon
    Cedric
    Mr. Dixon

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  24. Here's what I've got:
    Godot
    Simeon

    Although I do like Erin's name ;-)

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  25. Balzac is a good band

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  26. 1. sir chews-a-lot ("chewie" for short)
    2. pilgrim (cuzza the black & white outfit he's wearin')

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  27. Reid votes for Reid. You could spell it Reed if you want, so we know who is who.

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  28. I second the vote for Gilbert and also offer:
    Twinkie
    Ding Dong
    Garth
    Bluto
    Gonzo
    and for sentimental reasons, Basil!

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  29. oooh, what about Banjo?

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  30. Dear Jess,
    Your goat called and asked me to request that you please choose a name already, as he is really getting tired of walking around nameless. He also told me that he really likes the name Billy D. Goat, but will settle for V's first suggestion so long as you promise to always call him by his full name (not Chewie). I told him that I'd pass the message along...
    Love, E

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  31. And- Was Andrea really up at 4am suggesting goat names?? Now that's devotion!:)

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  32. No, that was Pacific time. I didn't get up until 7am.

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  33. My suggested names:
    Pebbles, Misty, Granite, Shadowfoot.

    My bribe: To give a glowing review of your four season gift pack product on my beekeeping website!

    Chris
    Show Me The Honey

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