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Posted by Jenn on June 28, 2001 at 15:33:12:

In Reply to: 4H goat ideas posted by Jane M. Schwartz on June 28, 2001 at 12:57:15:

Being a 4-Her myself, we play games that you normally would w/out animals such as musical chairs the kids try to get to a chair fisrt only they have to have the animals with them. ( have you ever tried to make a goat run when it doesn't want too? I think they go even slower!!) Also a game to see how much the kids have actually bonded with their goats. Have some one at one end of an ENCLOSED and I stress Enclosed you don't want to do this where the goats can actually get away, anyway you have the goats being held at one end and the kids at the other. You let the goats go and the kids call the goats to see which will come 1st. It's fun. Obstacle courses are always fun. Dress up
if you have milkers in the group have milking contests. Who can fill a glass first, squirt the longest distance ect
If you need more ideas give me a yell at my email or an the forum
Good Luck
Jenn
IttyBitty Farm
440-437-6738
Lamanchas and saanens



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