Thursday, September 1, 2011

Nom, Nom, Nom, Splat!

Buster Brown the goat has settled in very nicely in the buck pen with his daddy.
They have little battle now and then but nothing too serious.
He knows that Luke the goat rules!


He waits until his daddy is done with the hay and then he goes over to get some munching time in. But Buster Brown is a serious eater.
Oh yes he is!




He gets right into that alien hay feeder. He is still small enough to do so.
He does not want to miss the tiniest bit of hay dust.




WAIT!
There is one....in the corner. Well, maybe at the bottom. There are no corners in a circular feeder.




He knows he cat get every last bit if he tries hard enough.




Nom, nom, nom!




But sometimes a little goat...




can get so involved in what he is doing he doesn't realize what is happening until....




SPLAT!
But wait!




Maybe, just maybe....




YES!
Score!
So much easier to get to that delicious hay dust!




Buster Brown says, "I meant to do that all along!"
Uh-huh.....

15 comments:

  1. Oh Buster Brown, you are soon going to be Buster Gray. You are such a smart goat to leave Luke alone and so not get in trouble. The publicist sure did a good job to keep you. You are a good boy even if you do just get in the hay holder. What other way is there to get the last pieces of the hay. Take care.

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  2. Tee hee. Food is worth a little embarrassment! xoxo

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  3. I was gonna yell "Tip it, Buster!" but he wouldn't hear me. So I just thought it really hard and I see that he felt my waves....

    :) Smart goatie!

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  4. I don't think goats have any embarrassments when it comes to getting food!

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  5. That ended up being a rather smart move!

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  6. Oh, I just want to borrow wee Buster for a sweet hay snuzzle! ;)

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  7. Where there's a will, there's a way!

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  8. Where there's a will, there's HAY!

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  9. except for the hay part, teddy eats just like buster!

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  10. The kids here learn quite young that it's easier to eat when they've tipped them over. Even some big goats prefer to tip them over to eat from.

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  11. Sparkle's comment is funny! We wondered if he was going to tip it over so we're sure he planned to all along!

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  12. Where there's a will, there's a hay!

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  13. Oh. I thought I was funny. Turns out everyone else is, too. Meh. :)

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  14. rofl yep goaties will turn it, flip it, break it, jump in it, jump on it, dump it, lol what ever it takes to get the food!

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Maaaaaa away....

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