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Re: Hi I'm A Newbie with a ??

Yeh...I hear ya...my cousin-in-law couldn't stand it and bought a
potbelly pig one year...named him Hampton. Hampton got big....and the
neighbors complained. He was cool though. Then...they tried a pygmy
goat, which doesn't get much bigger than than a Labrador Retriever (if
they are true pygmy goats) and some of them are even smaller than that.
The same neighbor complained..so we ended up with it.

Hollikft@aol.com wrote:
What a great idea! Wish I could use the goats, although I am fenced in, 
property isnt that big. And I really think some of my neighbors just might 
think I really went over the deep end.


In a message dated 9/2/2004 9:53:38 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
silverhawk@flash.net writes:

No worries Marge. I let my goats do that now. It's nummy food for them.
Haven't seen ANY of it on our place since we have goats. Not even down
by the ponds.

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