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  • #31
    Yeah mine were seven year old Nubians they would have been the very definition of a tough old goat.
    [I][B]Oderint dum metuant[/B][/I]

    [I]"Stay with me; do not fear. For he who seeks my life seeks your life, but with me you shall be safe.”[/I] 1 Samuel 22:23

    [I]“Everybody is a patriot...Until it's time to do patriot shit[/I]

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    • #32
      Marinade and then braise with a little vinegar or cheap booze added to the liquid, makes a big difference.
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      • #33
        After cabrito several times tough old goat wasn't worth the effort, not to mention I sold them for what I bought them for so I technically got 6 years of free brush clearing...less damages of course.
        [I][B]Oderint dum metuant[/B][/I]

        [I]"Stay with me; do not fear. For he who seeks my life seeks your life, but with me you shall be safe.”[/I] 1 Samuel 22:23

        [I]“Everybody is a patriot...Until it's time to do patriot shit[/I]

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        • #34
          I once again have about a foot-tall avocado seedling, now for the hard part, not killing it.
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          • #35
            G tried a miniature lime and lemon tree, one is already dead and not sure the other will survive.
            Sometimes I wrestle with my demons, other times we just snuggle.

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            • #36
              At least small ones are easier to get under shelter when storms are rolling in.
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