Posts Tagged ‘ goat ’

De-Horning Update

March 2, 2009
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De-Horning Update

So far Chessnut still has horns… although they are loose.  The banding appears to be working as planned, with a couple minor draw backs.  First, she cut milk production by about 20%.  Which makes sense, but not something we had on the radar or we may have waited for this procedure. Secondly, even with her weakened…

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The Trouble with Goat Horns

February 13, 2009
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The Trouble with Goat Horns

The trouble with a goat’s horns is that they are – goat horns!  Honestly, I always thought of them as a pretty convenient handle.  But I’m not the only one who handles the goats.  For an eight year old, who is already at a 30 pound disadvantage, a set of nice horns can be the weapon that…

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