Monday, June 20, 2011

That Luke!

The publicist has been letting the boys out to graze for a bit these days.
The grass has grown very tall because we have had so much rain.
Sometimes they are good boys and do their job of keeping the grass and weeds down and sometimes she has to round them up and get them back in their pen because they are being bad boys and trying to get in the doe pen.


On this particular day my studmuffin, Luke was being a good boy and doing his job.
He can be a very good lawn mower when he sets his mind to it.




He does make eating grass look good, doesn't he?




He likes to climb the little hill behind the male person's truck.
I think he thinks he is King of the Farm up there.




Silly Luke!
But he does enjoy eating.
What goat doesn't?




There is just something about tasty green grass.
Mmmmm, I wish I were out there now with him.
To help him eat the grass, of course!

20 comments:

  1. i love seeing you eat all of that yummy grass while wearing your turban!

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  2. Woof! Woof! I'm a DOG and find grass tasty too. You sure look good eating grass. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  3. Of course, to help him eat the grass :O).

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  4. Hahaha! He looks like a hippie with that string wrapped around his head!! Luke is a silly boy! (And a good lawn mower)

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  5. Hellooooo Luke!!! Wow, isn't he handsome in his twine. I love the twine twirl off on the left there!

    I'll come along there and eat grass with him anytime! woo woo!

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  6. he is a handsome fella. i can see why you'd like to be up there with him. ;) for the grass, right....

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  7. I saw you over at Marg's place and came by with a howdy, y'all are way cool!

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  8. Who wouldn't want to go out to pasture and eat the grass with such a handsome fellow. Especially with his horn adornments!

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  9. Hi there Pricilla and Luke. It is fun to visit a blog about goats! I do not know much about goats. I agree Luke looks like a hippie, which my staff loved. As for me, I did not know he had twine on his head. I just thought maybe goats are born with some sort of headdress. I will have to visit more so I can learn more. tee hee Your friend, Fisher

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  10. Hi P - I know i have not been around much lately but what is that on top of Luke's head??

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  11. man lookit all that luscious grass. I only wish I had a backyard that looked like that - right now mines all brown because we haven't had any rain in like over a month.

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  12. Pricilla I came from Marg's blog and wanted to say that you make such varied and cute looking soap. Luke is a handsome so of course you would want to eat grass with him.

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  13. Luke sure makes eating gross look rather, uhm, studly! How much longer will he be wearing his head dress?

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  14. That grass looks nommy. We have cat grass, is that goat grass??

    The Florida Furkids and Angel Sniffie

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  15. We Cats love grass too! What do the does think about Luke's chapeau?

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  16. Even with that silly string around his horns, Luke is pretty fine, for a buck! I can see why you still have a thing for him, Pricilla.

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  17. Luke's headwrap is starting to look very festive! Did you add some new colors to it?

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  18. Luke you are so handsome even with your headdress on. You do look like you are really enjoying that grass. Hope all of you have a super day.

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  19. Wow, Luke is one cool dude. And that grass certainly is lush and green!

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  20. What is that funky stuff around his head??? Has Luke been partying again?!

    We mow over an acre of grass here, wasting hours every week in so doing. I wish we could have goats!

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