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Was Nub vs Pyg/ now- Ears and Food at Fair
In Reply to: Re: Nubians or Pygmy's for beginners posted by melissa on June 20, 2001 at 17:33:17:
I mentioned before that I have two twins that are Togg/Ober experimentals. The doe has more of the "bay" Oberhasli coloring, with Togg white on face and legs. The wether (my personal baby boy :o) has more dusty Togg coloring but Oberhasli black markings on his spine,legs, face etc... also. They both are sweet as can be- but the doe LOVES to challenge the authority of the older does. Both are very pretty animals.
As for those LaMancha "cookies"... I as thinking of making a small sign to hang at the fair - to explain about the tiny ears being a natural thing. Now I know I will. BTW, she is a peachy color.
Has anyone taken goats to the fair and had them become sick from "kind" folks feeding them cotton candy, or other fair foods? Does anyone take treats to give to folks to feed the goats etc... Hey! One of those bubblegum machines, maybe??
Inquiring minds desire to know how best to handle this. I used to be one of those children that dearly loved to feed the horses straw, and the goats some of my popcorn while visiting them at the fair :o(
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