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pureheartkit ( Member #62345) posted at 3:54 PM on Thursday, January 28th, 2021

Poor guys. I was thinking it's hard to get food but then also hard to have a family if all the girls are taller.

Thank you everyone for your wisdom and healing.

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thatbpguy ( Member #58540) posted at 10:11 PM on Thursday, January 28th, 2021

Poor guys. I was thinking it's hard to get food but then also hard to have a family if all the girls are taller.

Careful, tallgirl may be lurking.

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DragnHeart ( Member #32122) posted at 12:00 AM on Friday, January 29th, 2021

I doubt those two giraffes could breed. One was seen recently, the second hasn't been seen in a while.

Ironic, dwarf giraffe lol. I just find it funny.

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Notthevictem ( Member #44389) posted at 2:39 PM on Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

DH, I heard Canadians can make beer out of snow and pinecones, is that true?

[This message edited by Notthevictem at 8:40 AM, February 17th (Wednesday)]

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DragnHeart ( Member #32122) posted at 4:43 PM on Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

DH, I heard Canadians can make beer out of snow and pinecones, is that true?

Hmmmmm i guess if you want a tree flavoured beer.

My dad made his own beer for years, never used pinecones.

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Notthevictem ( Member #44389) posted at 6:06 PM on Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

Is this a product of ingenuity or boredom?

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silverhopes ( Member #32753) posted at 6:52 PM on Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

Die, thread, die!!!!!

Aut viam inveniam aut faciam.

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DragnHeart ( Member #32122) posted at 7:17 PM on Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

Is this a product of ingenuity or boredom

About my father making his own beer? That would be the alcoholic in him lol. My mother also used to make her own wine. Oh soooo good!

Die, thread, die!!!!

Well its just over the 800 post mark so closer to dead than birth i guess lol. Still a ways to go though.

I'm on baby goat watch. Mamma to be looks to be very close. Lesson learned, dont allow breeding before October. That way you (ME) wont be tracking through knee deep snow to get to the goat shed ten times per day checking on mamma goat...

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 Chili (original poster Member #35503) posted at 2:09 AM on Friday, February 26th, 2021

Die, thread, die!!!!!

Dang - such vitriol. (Did it kind of feel liberating to brandish your sword there for a second though silver?)

Pied piper of pastries is the one who needs a swift....

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DragnHeart ( Member #32122) posted at 2:39 AM on Friday, February 26th, 2021

No baby goat(s) yet. She has thinned out along the top which means kid or kids have dropped.

Hopefully soon. The temps have risen a bit so its not as cold.

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jadedangel ( Member #26979) posted at 6:17 AM on Friday, February 26th, 2021

I love baby goats! and especially baby goats in Pj's! Cutness overload!

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 Chili (original poster Member #35503) posted at 4:33 PM on Friday, February 26th, 2021

How many goats are typically in a..."litter" Dragon? (is it litter?)

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Things no longer suck.
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DragnHeart ( Member #32122) posted at 4:41 PM on Friday, February 26th, 2021

How many goats are typically in a..."litter" Dragon? (is it litter?)

My first doe had twins. Her second pregnancy she had twins but laboured overnight a month early, she and both babies died.

This doe is a pygmy, tiny. I expect one "kid" (baby goats are called kids) but there loos to be independent movement on each side of her so that could mean twins.

I have heard of and seen triplets and even quadruplets.

Id be happy with just twins as it comes down to the one half Nipple Rule (from the TV series Fringe). Usually have as half as many babies as are nipples available to feed them. Humans, two nipples, can feed one baby just fine. Twins can still be fed but take more of a toll on moms resources. Goats have two teats. Ok im not sure hoe accurate that Rule is but its funny.

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 Chili (original poster Member #35503) posted at 5:36 PM on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

I think it's highly disappointing that as much as goats were discussed on this thread the past however many years, we have not been graced here with one baby goat picture. Harumph. {Pouty face.}

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grubs ( Member #77165) posted at 5:43 PM on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

I think it's highly disappointing that as much as goats were discussed on this thread the past however many years, we have not been graced here with one baby goat picture. Harumph. {Pouty face.}

That's because baby goat pictures deserve their own thread. Scroll Down...

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DragnHeart ( Member #32122) posted at 6:41 PM on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

Here you go!

Baby goats make life so much better. I'm crying (see general topic pain shopping) so I'm going to go hang with the goats for a while.

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Notthevictem ( Member #44389) posted at 10:00 PM on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

That baby goat looks delicious!!!

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DragnHeart ( Member #32122) posted at 10:04 PM on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

delicious??????????

Not food lol.

My goats provide landscaping services. They clear areas and keep the poison ivy at bay. If i get one of the larger breeds i may get into having my own goat milk, try my hand at making goat cheese. Maybe.

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Notthevictem ( Member #44389) posted at 10:06 PM on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

Delicious, I say, Delicious !!

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Notthevictem ( Member #44389) posted at 10:06 PM on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

Barbecue sauce.

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