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Goat Toy

Aug
25

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A pine tree that had been cut down….then dragged into the goat yard before being taken back out and to the burn pile. Goats love that! And make quick work of it.

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Cowz

Aug
24

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I think they’re all bred! Good job, Bradley.

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