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post #31 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-11-2013, 01:14 PM
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What a little darling! I'm glad you found her and were able to find a good place to take her. No use having a pet you don't really want...Though I know you would have taken great care of her anyway ;)

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post #32 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-11-2013, 06:54 PM
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Wow! This is awesome!

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wow, this makes such a great story!, I'm glad you guys found a happy ending, i hope you will post pictures of her in a few months =)

She is so cute, i bet she will grown to be extremely beautiful!
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post #34 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-14-2013, 06:52 PM
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Awww a little Barbados! So cute! We have those at the petting zoo I work at...I always think they're goats too because they have hair instead of wool. But I've learned since that a sheep's tail hangs down and a goat's tail sticks up. Glad she found a good home!
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Well your in for a shocker cause you goat is actually a sheep. He/she is a barbados, they're very common where I live as they're extremely hardy little things. We've had a few and they're actually very sweet and in my opinion way easier going than goats as they aren't destructive :)
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Also as far as use many people here use them to eat invasive plants such as black berries and poision oak. I know they can also survive well wild as there is a herd north of us that has been wild for 20+ years
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Awwww!

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Oldfishlady your threads are always interesting and your advice always the best. Don't personally know you but I love the fact that you always make time and space for the lost, poor and injured.
I heartily agree! Old Fish Lady Rules!!!
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I had to post here! She was very CUTE. I live in a rural part of Illinois, in town though. There are a few goat/lamb farmers around here. Mostly produce and cow farmers.

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