Monday, May 16, 2011

BATTLE

Luke and Brewster are stilling having little battles now and then.
It's good that Luke has his baling twine hat because I think Brewster might end up stuck in Luke's horns if it wasn't there.


The battles are something to watch I'll tell you that!
When we does are out grazing the boys go into action; I think they are trying to impress us!


Luke the goat is a vision as he rears up on his hind legs!






Then Brewster charges in....






....they pound heads!








A little wrestling to see who is stronger.
Another charge!






Brewster can hold his own!
These boys are working up a thirst!






Time for a break.
But there are still does to show off for so back to the battle!






Whew! Even we girls are getting tired just watching them.






A few more hits and they finally settled down.
I for one was glad.
My head was hurting after seeing all those head butts!


Silly bucks!

16 comments:

  1. Wow. I like Luke's one-legged tippy-toe attack stance! Impressive. Brewster sure has that goat stare of death down pat!

    xoxoxo

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  2. maybe football players should grow horns so they stop getting so many concussions!

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  3. Stopping by from The Texan. Luke is just fantastic. He makes me think Billy Goats Gruff. I love how shaggy his fur is.

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  4. That looks like it must have been scary to watch. I hope no one got hurt.

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  5. I am always impressed with our domestic goats when they act like their wild ancestors. I appreciate that you keep their horns. After all a man has to be proud.;)

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  6. And, the beat goes on! It's springtime and the guys are doing their thing. I'm assuming the ladies are just enjoying the best grass and grain, watching, and making choices! Great pix.

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  7. Those boys can surely dance. And they do dance well! No help needed from Arthur Murray.

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  8. Whew! Those two need to try out for the NFL!

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  9. For some reason, mancat wrassling does not seem anywhere near as impressive as mangoat wrassling.

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  10. I think Val would enjoy playing with them too. His curly horns would add to the amusement! Lucky Nickel will just be a spectator. Thanks for your note - I corrected my blog post! ;-)

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  11. Oh those bucks!! They make me a nervous wreck when they do that! I am with you too it makes my head hurt to watch them or the girls butt heads!

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  12. Those two are quite impressive! We'd be worried about them though if we saw it in person.

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  13. Boys, boys, boys. So silly. I bet it is exhausting to watch them.

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  14. Wow! You keep showing me stuff I don't see often. Or at all! I do believe the boys were totally showing off for you ladies.

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  15. It does look like Brewster is holding his own but he is so much smaller than Luke. But Luke has taught him well. Our two boys who were neutered used to that, not as fierce but used to play butting games. The pictures are terrific.

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  16. Maybe I need to get out more but that Luke is one sexy goat! lol :)

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