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Getting into the Swing of Things

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Goats are curious creatures, we’re learning. iphone 8 french bulldog case They are constantly in a state of discovery and in watching them, I realize that we could all stand to be in a constant state of discovery. iphone 8 plus water case It’s a good thing: life through the eyes of a goat. iphone 8 plus queen phone case Every obstacle becomes an adventure-filled challenge and ultimately fun.

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Cramer, our kid, found the swings to be his greatest challenge. iphone 7 plus case palm trees He watched the rest of us happily swinging and decided to try it for himself. iphone 7 plus case silicone pink He first props his forelegs on the seat, then walks himself forward in his hind legs until he is straddling the seat, and the rest is just too amusing for words.

  • YDavis - Too funny! I wanted to watch the video but for some reason it’s won’t play. I will have to come back and watch it later. But it sounds very funny.ReplyCancel

  • Christine - Tooooo cute. I guess he was just “hanging out”. We brought home sheep the same time you brought home your kids. It’s been an adventure.ReplyCancel

  • kerry - that is just adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS - That is toooo cute! We love it when our goats do funny things on our “playground” One of our goats, Sally, likes to rub her bottom on anything scratchy. We find her doing that all the time. One of these days, I hope to have the camera handy!ReplyCancel

  • Mel - I could NOT stop laughing!! That is too hilarious for words! I think a few more minutes and he would about have it!

    It looks like you have goat-human on your hands; that’s kind of amazing (and by kind of I mean AMAZINGLY! And yes, I realize I said amazingly amazing)

    Oh how I wish I could come play right now! Stupid bills and obligations! ::sigh::ReplyCancel

  • Laura - Will enjoyed swinging with his new friend yesterday. That kid is just too cute! I doubt we’ll get tired of reading posts on the goats for a while. I’m so excited for ya’ll.ReplyCancel

  • Linda Sue - Goats are endlessly curious and quite intelligent – Cramer is definitely behaving just like a kid! Too bad he doesn’t have another “kid” to play with – they love to knock heads and race madly around then stop suddenly as if nothing ever happened.ReplyCancel

  • Heatherj - That is SO cute! What a smarty-poo.
    I thought of you guys yesterday. I was at PetSmart petstore around the corner. I had my puppy and everyone was oooing and aaaahing… until a little someone came through the door. A woman was carrying this little baby miniature fainting goat! He had the cutest face and teensy little horns. She breeds them to be companion animals. She said in all the years she has bred, she has never once seen a goat pee in the house. They “just won’t do it”. She also said that because they have 4 stomachs, the time between feeling the need to poo and actually pooing is very short, so that is a challenge. The mini fainters aren’t much 4chewing things, which I thought was interesting. She said that morning he had already fainted at the sight of breakfast being served because he was so excited about it. Isn’t that adorable?~!
    WHO KNEW…?
    Smooch that little kid for me
    HeatherjReplyCancel

  • Rosa - Goats are like kids! Irresistibly sweet!

    Cheers,

    RosaReplyCancel

  • ellyn - That was just the cutest thing. I kept waiting for him to pick up his legs and swing. Maybe he will do that soon. If so please post a video.ReplyCancel

  • Julie at Elisharose - Oh, my gosh! I’m dying. That is too cute. Can he get down by himself? I don’t care if you ever post about anything else. I love watching the goats!ReplyCancel

  • Holly the Knitter - I like the goats. You need to get in the swing and hold him and let him have a good swing. That’s so cute. Are you spoiling that kid?ReplyCancel

  • Dee - ~rofl~Sweet!

    Wishing you a fabulous weekend!
    😀ReplyCancel

  • Sophie - hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha,…..How funny!ReplyCancel

  • Laura - Love the new header!!ReplyCancel

  • Wolf Paranormal - Oh man, that is just way too hilarious, Lacy! LOLOL I’ve never seen a kid do that before – you must have been pretty hard-pressed not to laugh out loud. LOLOLOLOL

    By the way, it’s me, Holly. I’m trying this place out for the paranormal stuff… 😀 May I add you to my links, my friend?ReplyCancel

  • Jana - THAT IS SO FUNNY! I love it.ReplyCancel

  • Razor Family Farms | All Things Goat - […] Meet Cramer, the pet wether at Razor Family Farm in Georgia, where he has access to a small playground and likes to use the swing set, as seen in this video. […]ReplyCancel

  • Lynnie - Too funny! We’ve had chickens on the swing, ducks on the swing, but never a goat!ReplyCancel

  • The Chicken Coop Addition : Razor Family Farms - […] and my goat-kid made it his own personal playhouse while also making good use of the swings (read: Getting into the Swing of Things).  Forgive me if I wax sentimental for a moment… but “before” coop and I have […]ReplyCancel

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