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Discussion in 'Photogenic' started by ibexgoat, Oct 8, 2017.
Very cool horns! Please do try to get hold of him and trim his hooves though. Neat looking breed.
Wow amazing! How come you have one of those? I wish I could have an ibex running around on my property. That would be the coolest . Are they just like normal goats or are they like wilder?
OMG those pore feet! PLEASE, please get them fixed!
After I took this picture I trimmed his hooves. To trim them you have to dart and tranquilize the goat. They are very expensive animals and you do not want to do this every few months. They are in a very rocky environment but some like this one the hooves grow faster than they wear down. Believe me I take very good care of them.
I have been doing this for many years. Yes they are quite a bit different than domesticated goats. They know me and I can interact very well with them. But someone strange comes near them and they will scatter. Also if you pen them you need very tall walls in it. I had 8 ft. walls and some would jump out. I had to extend it to 11 ft. and have not had any jump out.
That is a very cool goat! Very impressive horns.
How cool!!! Can these be crossed with other goats?.....I'm assuming they are goats? I ask because I saw some animals with horns like this but not near as tall and a lot more light colored
Yes they are a goat and they will cross with any other type of goat.
Then I bet that's what I saw was. Next time I go by them I'll have to for sure get picture of them and see what you think
Darn you! Now I want one!
Now you are just being evil.
I have to have one.
Please no more! The cuteness is killing me! I love their knobby knees!
Ok that last one looks exactly like what I have seen with that light color! I was almost convinced they were some type of deer like animal
Crossing a wild animal with a domestic one always produces an unpredictable and not always desirable result.
These are not crossed with any domestic type of goat. They are Nubian Ibex.