Sunday, April 19, 2015 @4:29:26 AM
Got two little buttons on top...dunno is he's as interested in the selfie as seeing if the Ipad is something to eat. Course wouldnt surprise me if it did lol!
Sunday, April 19, 2015 @11:03:01 AM
She's a mini LaMancha-- they have buttons for ears. We used to think they were such funny looking goats, but we're so used to them goats with real ears look funny to us now!
Monday, April 20, 2015 @6:01:50 AM
Cute as a "button" ( pun intended
Monday, April 20, 2015 @10:21:36 PM
Cute as a button.... until they get to buttin'! ;^D
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 @4:15:28 AM
Ha ha...yeah, that's true. Or with this one here, she gets to bitin', and she'll just nibble ya to death while you're around her.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 @4:31:47 AM
I've been "butt-butted" by a goat once and pretty hard. I was bottle feeding a little one and had my back turned
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 @5:03:13 AM
Gotta be careful...they can hurt ya! At least ours are all de-horned...we have one of those doo-dads where you burn the horn button off when the goat is just a few days old. Our neighbors have some kinda goats that can't be de-horned...and for some reason when they were kidding, no kidding, the neighbors wanted our help and didnt put the old nasty buck away...it was really scaring me he was gonna kill me with his size, those big horns, his billy goat attitude, etc. I don't know why they wanted my help...I'm no vet, but anyway I got beat up a little by that old buck and fortunately the teenage boy there finally jumpin in and took the rest of my beating for me so I could concentrate on helping with a stuck kid instead a just trying to stay alive...lol. Ours are girls, gave no horns...but misbehave enough. The boys went to the freezer and finally the oven.
Friday, December 18, 2015 @9:22:35 AM
We've got goats, Nubian and Nubian and Alpine crosses. Our buck is easy to get along with, mostly, but he's big and so it's a good idea to pay attention to his mood. We have a buck sheep you do have to watch out for. He could hurt you, bad. But, we, like you, enjoy the meat, the milk and the cheese we make for 7 or 8 months of the year. Goats are real easy to keep. We turn them loose every morning and they come back every evening. Nothing to it.
Friday, December 18, 2015 @10:15:47 AM
I always thought Nubians were the prettiest goats...they have ears...our LaManchas looked funny to me without ears! You must have a good-sized area for them...we are stuck in a place with very little kind, here, so ours glad to be confined...which meant we had to work to get them to wheverrever the weeds were and buy lots if hay. Everybody our road has the same situation...tiny hillside, keep goats and chickens, have to work extra hard to keep them fed. My daughter sold our goats and chickens for money needed for medicine a while back. So now our hillside is kinda quiet and lonesome...lol.
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