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Re: Boer Goats

Oh..well, thanks for those kind words but believe ME...my husband does
most of the muscle work when it comes to those goats. I do the
organic/holistic meds for them and feed them, and work with them for
showing...but he does the fence building and hoof trimming etc. They
knock me down....they are very strong critters.

And I too love the Nubians. I think they are very elegant and pretty.
And for anybody on the list who wants a goat as a pet or for weed
eating, I'd go with a wether (neutered male) or nanny.

Zemuly@aol.com wrote:
You are too good! No trouble at all accessing your photos. Those babies 
are beautiful. I also love Nubians, think they are way cool! Jesse Rene, you 
really can do everything. I am constantly impressed.

zone 7
West TN

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