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SusanMo    Posted 09-05-2003 at 07:20:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
i had almost forgotten what it was like to live on a farm,but last nite brought back the memories. The farmer down the road from us owns 900 acres which comes down in front of our property across the road. Yesterday he seperated calves from there mommas. YIKES! They seemed to have calmed down about 4 oclock this morning after waking up 3 times last nite to there bawling for there babies. They were back at it this morning when i got up at six. Poor things. The only person who was really bothered by it was hubby who woke up with a hangover(good enough for him)lol YEEHAWWWW i get my first pygmy goat this weekend a male not quite a yr old. Any and all advice is welcomed to this new venture. We plan on going to an animal fair next weekend to see if we can get a couple more. I do know they are sociable animals and like to have two or three or four or five more lol. If my rooster comes after me like he did yesterday he goes in the stew pot come Sunday lol. Was trying to plug some holes in the fence where they were getting in with the turkeys one hen thought she was slick and tried to beat me to the last hole i shooed her away and the rooster came after me. I jumped up looked him square in the eye and said buddy one more stunt like that and your dumplins. He stalked off. MAN I LOVEEEEEEE THE COUNTRY lolol

Sven    Posted 09-05-2003 at 08:47:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
A little advice on pygmy goats, build the absolute best bulletproof fence you can possibly imagine, and those little buggers will still find their way through it.
If you can put up with that, they are really fun little animals, and very sociable.

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