Tuesday, March 29, 2011

It's Nice to Get Out of the Barn in the Morning

I do admit that I am a lucky goat.
I have a nice warm barn to go to at night.
I don't have to worry about some animal coming and eating me.
I have a place to sleep that is safe and out of the wind and the weather.


I also admit that it is very nice to come out of the barn in the morning.
It is fun to run and kick up my hooves and do the goat dance of joy.


Nora and I are the first goats out in the morning.
This is good because it gives us some time away from mean Abby and Sarah.
(They like to butt us!)


When we come out we love to rub our fur along the buck pen.






This is a great way to help get rid of our winter underfur.
Since it is starting to warm up it's Shaggy Time.






It just feels so good!
Almost like a goat massage.
The male person says this is part of what makes us so hard on fencing.
Harumph!


Then we trot on down to the doe pen where a yummy treat is waiting for us.






What do YOU think it is?
It's one of my favorite treats!






GRAIN!


Ooooh, we all enjoy grain.
On Thursday you will see just how much!
And what animal tries to steal our grain!

10 comments:

  1. you look like you are ready for spring. teddy runs around like crazy in the morning and then the next thing you know, she is snoring away!

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  2. That is so funny how you rub on the fence!! I think the publicist should brush you in her free time. ;)

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  3. The llamas here rub on the fence, too! They even scratch their noses on the fence sometimes. And grain is very popular around here, too. YUM!

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  4. If ever we see the sun again we'll be sure to do the Dance of Joy!

    I'd be happy to come and brush all the goats....even Abby! :)

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  5. Our goat, Peepers here, likes to rub like that. When the other two goats were here, they bent the fence up a lot. So we understand Pricilla. Goats really like to scratch. And guess what, they trained the donkeys to do it too.
    That grain looks so good.

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  6. Our goat, Peepers here, likes to rub like that. When the other two goats were here, they bent the fence up a lot. So we understand Pricilla. Goats really like to scratch. And guess what, they trained the donkeys to do it too.
    That grain looks so good.

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  7. Fencing = Furminator for goats!

    One thing I am pretty sure of, and that it was not a kitty who tried to steal your grain!

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  8. You do have a good life! I like rubbing on those fences too.

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  9. A good Spring scratch is a wonderful thing!

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  10. You made us want to rub against a fence too Pricilla! Glad you get yummy grain after your goat massage!

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