Just Another Day with Goats

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Why me? WHY?!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 30, 2011  

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  1. 7-30
    7:57
    pm

    That goat is going to pop! Surely she has a baby or babies in there. She is just too chunky.

  2. 7-30
    8:12
    pm

    WHY?

    …because…

    :sheepjump: :sheep: :moo: :hungry: :heart: ……..

  3. 7-30
    8:17
    pm

    Clover says “I want cookies NOW!!! If the cookies won’t come to us, then I’m taking my gang and we’re going to the cookies! Where are my cookies?!”

  4. 7-30
    10:06
    pm

    Well at least you know you have a substantial break in the fence. One of your goaties surely can’t slither through a small opening!

  5. 7-30
    11:10
    pm

    One morning you’re going to wake up to find them in your living room… Or more likely, the kitchen.

  6. 7-30
    11:10
    pm

    Haha! I have the same problem with my chickens…and find myself wondering, why do the slim, tricky, fast leghorns get out, and leave the waddling little friendly wyandottes that I so love to pet in the fenced yard? Arg! :lol:

  7. 7-31
    12:46
    am

    She reminds me of me at 10 1/2 months preg. I still hurt just thinking about it. Poor girl, she has my sympathy. :hole:

  8. 7-31
    6:20
    am

    I suppose being rotund just have advantages for you. As Bonita said..
    you surely can’t slither thru a small fence opening if you are built like a bowling ball! Then, of course, you could just lean against it and bulldoze your way out! I guess we will all be surprised to see if rotunda there pops out anything other than a cookie! :snoopy:

  9. 7-31
    8:23
    am

    Oh sweetie..I feel her pain..My son weighed 10lbs 13 1/2oz. at birth..Love your goats friend!
    Granny Trace

    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

  10. 7-31
    10:14
    am

    Why? Because they love you :hug:. And cookies! :sheep:

  11. 7-31
    1:02
    pm

    Oh, my word! After seeing the pathetic closeup view of 700 lb Nutmeg in your newsletter, I’m guessing she’s the culprit who plowed through the fence. All she’d have to do is lean on it and the others would follow through! Poor, poor girl! Maybe you should have a contest to guess just how many babies she has in there!!!

    Nancy in Iowa

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