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I can't leave the house, all the doors are surrounded and guarded by vigilante bottle babies, if I leave they will swarm me. Never mind the fact that they were fed an hour ago. :roll:
 

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LOL They finally left me alone, but feeding time is worse:

First I make milk for my brother's goats since he isnt' home, if I'm lucky the goats aren't in the flower garden out front so I wont' get spotted. Luckily nobody was there, but they were on my return trip. I sprinted and made it in the house just in time before the kids could get it(yeah, its impossible to get in anymore)

So I go out to feed David's crazy goats, call them in, BB comes up to me and starts bumping me and so does Patty, so I go and get hte bucket, they knock the lid off, get in the pen and 5 seconds later they are all done, get them out, they keep jumping back in the feeding area, finally get them all out and get myself out and run to the gate and try and get out without them getting out.

Time to rinse the bucket, since all the other kids are there they evidently think that cold water tastes good so they start sucking on the nipples while I'm trying to fill the bucket. I race back to the house and get their milk.

So when I have their milk ready, I come back out and can barely make it back to the barn with 10 babies jumping on me. Feed those guys its all gone in 30 seconds. Then I realize I forgot the golfcart so I can't make a quick escape. So I go through the barn over the feeders and sprint to the house. Did they follow? of course. So I run back, run through the pasture and jump the fence they can't fit through. I run to the nearest tree and hide behind it. Did they see me? Nope, they ran right past me. So I take my chance and run to the back door, the kids can't find me so they head back to the barn.

Oh the joys of goats :D
 

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I haven't laughed so hard in a long time!!! Since the story of the lady who straddled her goat and got the horns caught in her shorts legs - with her kids watching and laughing too hard to help! :ROFL:
 

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LOL I would keep them locked in if I could, but with the feeders we have in the barn they just slip through the bars and out the door they go :lol: They are a ferocious roving gang, nobody is safe around here, they are led by a dry yearling Millie who keeps getting out :)
 
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