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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by 1idejim, Sep 8, 2010.
i don't know what these kids were thinking
Get them away from your seat or you won't have one!
the goats are for weed control and pasture maintenance, they were in the field when i walked to the shop for some parts.
i demoed a portable steel cover and i'm making them a nicer shelter than the temp. they sleep in now.
i can safely say that i am the only guy on this forum with more kids than argos.
new toy for them... I'll bet if the boom was a bit lower they would have been on it and on the roof....
there a lot of good eats there that for sure..
I like goats, they make pretty decent pets.
i really enjoy kidding season anymore, my survival rate has been 187% or higher, since i modified the breeding program.
these goats are 3 fold,weed control, meat (they're very tastey) and the kid sale covers property tax. it's a win win situation for all.
How do you get 187% survival rate? Do they multiply if you get them wet?
One of the most memorable meals I ever ate was kid ribs off the grill. We were raking hay at a milk goat farm and they treated us to lunch. Saanens and Toggenburgs as I recall. Circa 1978.
no goat cheese?