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


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Posted by Hogman on June 04, 2002 at 04:03:32 from (63.124.171.54):

In Reply to: Re: A Bit of Advice when taking fence climber to town posted by DeadCarp on June 03, 2002 at 07:13:22:

I told Maw Hog about Your "Brief encounter" with tha little varments. She came up with a real good answer to tha problem with Em.

As Kids They are so cute, so lovin that We tend to spoil Em rotten. Added to this, They are a lot more active,nosey,agile,etc then normal sized Goats so You wind up with spoiled brats that are into everything all the time!!!!

We had twins that were born on Halloween,both black,named em "Spook" and "Goblin"wanted to be held all tha time,by tha time They were 2 months old They terrorized tha whole place.

It was a moment of shear joy when I accepted tha check,closed tha stock rack door and drove away leavin a fine flock of pesky Pygmys.



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