Monday, July 13, 2009

A Note From the Publicist

As you can see there is no post from Pricilla this morning. That is because the male person and I were out helping a friend all day yesterday with three sick goats. We got in so late that Pricilla was too tired to type. She will post her Goatucation Post for you tomorrow where unfortunately we all learned the lesson of a goat eating too much alfalfa hay dust.

Rest in peace Raehab.

13 comments:

  1. Can't wait for more Goatucation! LOL

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  2. y'all just make me SMILE! so happy to have found this blog!!

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  3. Uh oh--Do goats phone "Ralph" on the Big White phone?? or is the other end?? I guess I don't really want to know. :) Ewwww..

    Hope everyone is better SOON!

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  4. Oh, I'm sorry to hear this is the reason for the delay. Goatucation is worth waiting for.

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  5. oh no....i hope the publicist does not duplicate the "too much alfalfa dust eating" with the "too much heath bar eating"!!!

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  6. Do goats bloat like cows do from eating too much hay and not enough grain? Poor things!

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  7. AWWW! poor pricilla. We all need to stay away from the alfalfa, but it isnt so bad to over do it once in awhile and live it up goat style! LOL Thanks for stopping by!

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  8. You rest up but just for one day...

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  9. Grand Pooba - well, I have become a stubborn goat so you will have to wait until next week. I hope you don't mind.

    Heather - it is very sad. I am a very upset goat.

    City Girl - I am glad you found us too. Thank you.

    Lin - Poor Daisy the goat who is still living is throwing up and having diarhea (I can't spell). Poor thing.

    Susan - I hope you can wait another week. I was too sad to talk about what not to eat.

    jaz - the publicist did eat too many Heath bars but she has a better stomach system than we goats. Burp, she said.

    D'Anna - we goats will bloat from eating too much grain. Alfalfa hay is really like a grain so that was the problem. I don't know much about cows.

    AB - thank you for stopping by. I am fine. It is my friends.

    Sandy - thank you

    blueviolet - you bet! I will be back tomorrow.

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  10. Oh Pricilla, I am so sorry for the loss of your friends. I hope the publicist and male person keep the alfalfa under lock and key so no one from your farm can get into it. I hope the third goat is feeling better.

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