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The Goats are Getting Big!

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmWe got some goats late this winter. As soon as the weather broke, they were moved closer to the house, and closer to us taking Blue outside to work with them.

Double Brook FarmBlue soon found out goats aren’t exactly like sheep. They are not really that afraid of herding dogs.

Double Brook FarmRather, they are pretty curious!

Double Brook FarmBlue did not appreciate them walking TOWARD her. Not at all.

Double Brook FarmSo she had to lay down the law. This is more like it!

Double Brook FarmBut goats just can’t help themselves and they came right back to check Blue out.

Double Brook FarmWe left them, watching us the whole way…

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