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Pygmy Goat

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Goats are sometimes kept with racehorses as a companion animal. This is thought to have a calming effect on the horse. The term "Get your goat" (meaning to agitate someone) is rumored to have originated from the practice of stealing the companion goat so the racehorse would do poorly. There is somewhat dubious evidence to support this etymology.

Goats make wonderful pets, but the full-sized breeds belong more on a farm than a backyard or place with limited space. Miniature goat breeds fit this niche nicely, taking up less room than the larger breeds. Most miniature goats are about the size of a medium to large dog. The best miniature goat ...

Raising Pygmy Goats

Keeping a Pygmy goat pet is a great choice for a small farm. Because of their small body frame and gentle demeanor, they make a great pet option!

7 Reasons Not to Own Goats! - The Organic Goat Lady

Are you considering getting goats? Before you buy your first goats, you need to read these 7 reasons why owning a goat might be a bad idea!

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Goats are funny. Goats are cute. And we could end it here, but they’re literally the most adorable little thing on the planet, and we decided they deserve some more space on Bored Panda. This is the part of the article where we’re supposed to back our claim up with an explanation, some combination of goat physiology, psychology, and cuteness science that explains why they are so endearing. But we won’t. We just find them cute, and we assume you do too, or you wouldn’t have clicked on this…

Watch popular Pygmy Goat videos

Mini donkey black pygmy goat
Jasper our pygora goat (pygmy x angora goat) loves a good afternoon scratch
A fun spot to visit in Tiger, GA. Goats literally ate up on roofs across several buildings. You can buy a bag of feed for $1 ot a bucket for $6 and hand feed them. There are also a couole of mechanical ways to feed them including a feed trolley powered by a bicycle!
Happy Tuesday from the Goats of Happy Goat Retreat! Feeling spunky

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