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Thread: The sheep says "baa"... and the goat says... what DOES a goat say?

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    have "given" up = sorry I should proof read before posting. ha ha
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    That is what our goats sound like. It is nearly a barking old man sound.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nanaquilts44 View Post
    My brother-in-law's goats kind of make an "Eh, eh eh" sound. Cute pix.

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    I have aboslutely no clue what I would make with that fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liking quilting View Post
    Love you fabric! Don't care for stinky "billy goats" - I have up learning to love one and took him back to where I had gotten him!!!

    I tolerate mine, but he's a wether. He's a good weed eater in places I can't mow and I don't like to spray, but he loves flowers so get really angry if he comes off his chain. I call him the "gleaner" as well as he eats up spilled feed around the farm. Oh and he doesn't like grass, but alfalfa hay--yum yum!
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    We used to ride the neighbor's goats as kids... very spiny backs! But I don't really remember them bleating a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liking quilting View Post
    Love you fabric! Don't care for stinky "billy goats" - I have up learning to love one and took him back to where I had gotten him!!!
    I agree with Mavis, there is nothing worse than a stinky old billy goat. I grew up with goats, never did like the mild or the old billys. And I like the fabrics.
    Sweet Caroline

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    Love the horse fabric. Wish it had been out about 6 months ago when I made a horse quilt for a friends granddaughter.
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    They say Maaaa. And, yes, the bucks are very stinky and it does NOT wash off!! We raised dairy goats for years....love 'em!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favorite Fabrics View Post
    I have been WAITING for these guys...

    Now does anyone know what a goat says?
    Hm, goats bleat, but then so do lambs and calves...

    I know one billy goat said, "Oh, it is only I, the tiniest Billy Goat Gruff , and I'm going up to the hillside
    to make myself fat."

    haha! Cute critters!
    "Gopher it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Great fabrics!!

    Are there any other animals in the series?
    What brand so we can start watching for it in our LQS?
    Thanks for the info!
    The group is called "Farm Animals" and it is by Elizabeth's Studio. There are cows, pigs, sheep, chickens, horses, goats, and also eggs.

    If you can't find it locally, we carry it (and we do ship internationally):
    http://www.favoritefabric.com/cgi/co...hs_studio.html

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