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Re: A Bit of Advice when taking fence climber to town

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Posted by DeadCarp on June 03, 2002 at 07:13:22 from (

In Reply to: A Bit of Advice when taking fence climber to town posted by Kraig WY on June 03, 2002 at 06:52:05:

Sounds like you got your workout Kraig! Transporting critters can be full of surprises sometimes - after 6 weeks with a pygmy goat, we had enough & got our $15 back by selling her to a buddy at work. Well i warned him about that goat! They had tied a sliding rope across the pickup bed, and no sooner they got on the freeway than she took a leap and was dangling alongside a back tire. That scared the womenfolks and they also had a bale of alfalfa in back, so they drove the rest of the way home with Mac's daughter hand-feedng the goat thru the open back window and chaff blowing all over the cab. When they got there, while he was sprucing up an enclosure for her, the goat ate Mac's wife's rubber tree plant, and a couple weeks later she gave birth to the cutest little black kid you ever saw! Granted, i didn't know she was pregnant, but i did warn him! Myself, i saw no need for Mac to name the kid after me! LOL

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