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Thread: My Granddaughter the goat herder

  1. #31
    mgshaw's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    Quote Originally Posted by Butterflyspain
    Melissa, just caught up with this thread, what a little cutie pie she is. She can be an international goat herder, we have loads of goats over here, which reminds me I have to take a picture of our local goat man, he lives on a slope and so do his goats, sure as I speak these goats have got 2 short legs and 2 long legs that slope is so steep. :lol: i will try and get a picture of them. I couldnīt believe it when I first saw it.

    Do you make Goats Cheese. Should think its pretty time consuming, but it is lovely.


    I would love to see the pictures of those goats!!! :lol:
    These are actually meat goats, not dairy. We just sell them 'cause frankly, after helping them be born and sometimes bottle feeding them and such I could never eat one!!!!!!!

  2. #32
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    Apr 2008
    Love the pictures with your GD, way too cute. About 6 weeks ago we got into goats, 29 nannies and a billie. What fun. We ran electric wire inside the pasture barb wire fence. So far so good. Have been told that if water can go thru a fence, so can a goat! Ours are boar influence, boy are we learnin' about goats :!: DH says they are four legged bush hogs. Can't wait to have babies. :D

  3. #33
    Moderator tlrnhi's Avatar
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    Jan 2007
    In the middle of a mess...
    How cute is that! Love the last one with her, goat and flowers. So pretty!

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    Super Member jbsstrawberry's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    Central Illinois
    Melissa she's beautiful!!! Such precious pictures!!! You did a great job in stealth mode, maybe you should hire out with her for photo ops LOL. Absolutely adorable!!

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    Super Member Butterflyspain's Avatar
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    Torrox, Andalucia, Southern Spain
    I couldnīt eat one that I had brought into the world or hand reared.
    Its quite a delicacy here, but I have never tried it. think they mainly keep them for the milk and for making cheese.

    I love the baby ones they are so cute.


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