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Post by red squirrel on August 2nd 2013, 4:18 pm

And nicely done at that sir.
Wink Smile

Goats are good for eating poison ivy also. Just dont pet them afterwards.

Goats can learn. I learned that goat something that day, and he never forgot it.
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Post by ccm2361 on August 3rd 2013, 11:26 am

Mark Jones wrote: Did you all notice how I brought that back around to stay on topic.  That's how it's done.  

Masterfully done Laughing 

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Post by Claymore on August 3rd 2013, 11:53 pm

Actually, some good points are brought up in talking of stories concerning goats consuming anti-freeze and other things.

Animals can be unpredictable.  150 years ago, it was not unusual to have a farmer killed by being crushed between a barn and a wagon, because the horses decided to back up.  Crushed feet from wagon wheels and injuries by being thrown from a horse (anyone remember Christopher Reeve?) were common.

If OSHA had been around 150 years ago, horses wouldn't have been allowed for farming, mining, or any commercial business.

I'm not knocking horses or any farm animals.  Just reminding people that they are animals, and they can start themselves: unlike most cars, trucks, & tractors.

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Post by RRCmdrBennett on August 4th 2013, 8:07 am

Yea, but when times get tough you can't eat your tractor! All our appliances require dependance on petro.

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