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Discussion in 'Photogenic' started by Tanya, Sep 1, 2020.
Ooooh. He looks like he means business
Look at those models. Ladies and gentleman on the left pip is sporting beautiful stockingless leggings with a top fur line of well bristled hair.... i wish I could get my two to pose for me
So cute! I can’t believe Pip is all grown up!
So far he’s very interested in our girls, but it’s very one-sided! Of course, Gracie is the only one in heat who wants to get bred, but she can’t be bred to Jack since they are both polled..
I put some leaves on the platform, they ate them and looked at me for more!
Great idea! Mine just scream if their leaves ‘touched the ground!’ Oh the horror.
They “technically “ didn’t, did they? It all depends on what the thong is!
Since you put your leaves on a platform, yours are safe! My goats must think my leaves are contaminated with ‘dirt germs.’ Yet they still think it’s ‘fun’ to eat dirt...
Here are some pictures from the Autumn Splendor Goat Show. It was 43 degrees at the show, and my goats did NOT appreciate the fact that they were shaved.
The ride home.
I love that. No mine want the leaves on the tree
Nice show goats. Poor babies...i bet they were feeezing!
Thank you! They were shivering! You could tell which goats came from NJ, PA, and NY since all the NJ and PA goats were shivering but the NY goats thought it was fine.
First shivering and then being told you have to go on a diet! I bet your girls are not fans of shows right now!!!
Not at all! I told them there shouldn’t be any reason to shave them until their kidding clips in February & May if we can get them bred.
Oh i am so glad we dont do shows
Morning nibbles. Its just after 7 in the morning and he is enjoying nibbles