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(Komo)   Sometimes a neighbor's pet can really get your goat, especially when it's a goat. Goat trifecta complete   (komonews.com) divider line 13
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2013-09-24 01:10:28 PM
 
2013-09-24 02:23:42 PM
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"The Townsend's live and travel the country in a van with Coragan, and hope Coragan can stay."

How much says Rasta Girl has a huge trust fund?
 
2013-09-24 02:45:12 PM
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2013-09-24 02:50:54 PM

caddisfly: [media.komonews.com image 660x370]
"The Townsend's live and travel the country in a van with Coragan, and hope Coragan can stay."

How much says Rasta Girl has a huge trust fund?


No word if the van is down by the river.

And that goat only respects one man.
 
2013-09-24 02:51:09 PM
King County Public Heath warns that goats can carry bacteria in their waste that causes diseases in humans

Wow, that's completely meaningless. So do birds, dogs, cats, rats, cockroaches etc. That statement is carte blanche to go after any animals they decide are pest of the moment.
 
2013-09-24 02:56:17 PM
I suspect they want the owners out, and don't care so much about the goat.
 
2013-09-24 03:03:06 PM
It looks like it's time for a leg of lamb cook out.
 
2013-09-24 03:11:37 PM
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2013-09-24 03:30:03 PM
 
2013-09-24 03:45:53 PM
We have 5 pet goats and they're awesome animals.  Relatively smart and loving and funny as heck.  They're basically like big, goofy dogs . . . who have absolutely no awareness of their own pooping.  They'll poop anywhere and don't seem to notice it's happening.  If you feed them on the ground, there's a good chance they will poop on their own food as they're eating.  They'll even poop in their shelter.

And they can eat a LOT.  Last year, when we had 4 goats, I threw a 158 lb pumpkin into their pen.  It was completely gone in 2 days.  that's an average of 20 lbs of pumpkin per goat per day.   And all of it was promptly converted into poop. And they'll eat anything - dried up thistles, cardboard, old Christmas trees, cigarette butts, the clothes you're wearing.  If you don't want to eat it, they have to be physically restrained.  Not the kind of animal you want traveling in a VAN with you.  I'm imagining a van stripped of all upholstery with a solid 2" of poop on the floor.
 
2013-09-24 04:59:13 PM

brewthunda: We have 5 pet goats and they're awesome animals.  Relatively smart and loving and funny as heck.  They're basically like big, goofy dogs . . . who have absolutely no awareness of their own pooping.  They'll poop anywhere and don't seem to notice it's happening.  If you feed them on the ground, there's a good chance they will poop on their own food as they're eating.  They'll even poop in their shelter.

And they can eat a LOT.  Last year, when we had 4 goats, I threw a 158 lb pumpkin into their pen.  It was completely gone in 2 days.  that's an average of 20 lbs of pumpkin per goat per day.   And all of it was promptly converted into poop. And they'll eat anything - dried up thistles, cardboard, old Christmas trees, cigarette butts, the clothes you're wearing.  If you don't want to eat it, they have to be physically restrained.  Not the kind of animal you want traveling in a VAN with you.  I'm imagining a van stripped of all upholstery with a solid 2" of poop on the floor.


You said poop twice....
 
2013-09-24 05:44:08 PM

oldweasel: brewthunda: We have 5 pet goats and they're awesome animals.  Relatively smart and loving and funny as heck.  They're basically like big, goofy dogs . . . who have absolutely no awareness of their own pooping.  They'll poop anywhere and don't seem to notice it's happening.  If you feed them on the ground, there's a good chance they will poop on their own food as they're eating.  They'll even poop in their shelter.

And they can eat a LOT.  Last year, when we had 4 goats, I threw a 158 lb pumpkin into their pen.  It was completely gone in 2 days.  that's an average of 20 lbs of pumpkin per goat per day.   And all of it was promptly converted into poop. And they'll eat anything - dried up thistles, cardboard, old Christmas trees, cigarette butts, the clothes you're wearing.  If you don't want to eat it, they have to be physically restrained.  Not the kind of animal you want traveling in a VAN with you.  I'm imagining a van stripped of all upholstery with a solid 2" of poop on the floor.

You said poop twice....


I like poop.
 
2013-09-25 06:57:49 AM
"Goat pellets can be found on sidewalks in the neighborhood"

So the goat isn't the problem, the problem is the goat's owners not cleaning up after it.
 
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