Goats On The Go, More Farm Tales From Sam Manno
Sam Manno hosted today's "Pea Green Boat" and gave an update about the farm and his new goat kids Empathy, Intuition, Scopulorum, and Atlas.
Less than six weeks old, new goat kids Empathy, Intuition, Scopulorum, and Atlas test their 'goat' legs on a December 5 walk at the farm. (Photo above)
I always get a bit nervous as goats behave as goats. But I always say a well behaved goat is a sick goat.
Climbing rocks and jumping from rock to rock, no matter how high, is their way of gaining skills to survive and avoid predators in the Alps where their breed is originally from.
The Igbo people of Nigeria tell their children, if lost in the wilderness follow a goat, she always knows her way home.
When walking with my goats I am always home.
Goats love to walk, explore and play. My herd knows when we drop down into the Ryan Creek drainage and head south we are heading back to fenced pasture and the barn; it is time for me to follow instead of lead.
Do you have a question for Sam about farm life or goats? Leave a comment with your questions on this post. Be sure to ask your parents for permission first.