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Ummm, if I’m not mistaken, I thought horses were faster than goats?  I really didn’t expect to see the horses running in for feed time with a goat leading the way…lol.  He looks kinda cute out there being the leader though. Just in case you’re having a hard time spotting him, he’s brown and white and right in from of all the horses.   I guess he has officially become part of the herd.


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    That is soo cute!

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    blueyes says

    That’s cute. My sister has her horses and goats separated because she has mini goats so they are penned up in the front, side and back yards. The dogs on the other front, side and back. Weird I know.

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    Zhu says

    Cute! Wow, the horses look huge compared to the king goat… :mrgreen:

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    jo says

    I have heard that race horse handlers put goats in with high strung horses, it helps soothe them…

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    That’s too funny.

    The other day, our ram butted the pen gate open and took the ewes out to meet the horses. Sure wish I’d had pics as my roomies were out there trying to round them up.

    I’m the primary shepherdess, but was just getting out of the shower.

    Cindy did remember NOT to try to be the flock leader with a bucket of sweet feed… she heard the 350# ram coming at a really fast speed, and turned just in time for him to slam on the brakes.

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