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    We have not lost anything to bears, yet. They are here, but I have only seen their leavings around here.

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    Jacks in particular can be very cantankerous, we have a jenny, and most of the time she's like a 300lb dog
    She very loving and likes attention but like any equine if she's startled or scared....something is getting kicked.
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    This sure was an interesting thread. I think I'll stick with chickens. They seem a bit easier to care for.
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    Absolutely KK,and an instant return on investment, collect those eggs every day. We actually have chickens, Guineas, goats and a donkey as well as the domestics AKA the dogs and cats.
    Oderint dum metuant

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    When one of our goats gets sick, my wife reminds me of the old saying, "Goats are born looking for a place to die." That certainly seems to be the case at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olfart View Post
    When one of our goats gets sick, my wife reminds me of the old saying, "Goats are born looking for a place to die." That certainly seems to be the case at times.
    I disagree, that saying was said to cover things that were forgotten to do to justify their mistakes.


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