It’s all in how you raise them.
One of mine (a bottle baby who is currently inside) is very similar to a dog. She follows me around, cuddles on the couch, wants constant attention. The other two are good pets in their own way. One of them is very friendly, but big and hard to handle. The other is super skittish (she had no interaction until I bought her at 4 months old), but super cute.
This is the SECOND time I’ve had a chicken die this way. What are the odds of that?
Bad night in general to add to an already bad day. First this chicken and then I found one of my goats acting lethargic. She was fine earlier so I’m guessing she ate something that didn’t agree with her. She looks like she’s had the runs, but I got her up and she immediately went to the water tough and took a very long drink. So I’m hopeful she passed what ever she ate and will now be fine. She’s not bloated at least.
It’s probably all the rotting hay the snow uncovered. The other goats have left it alone, but she is the dumbest of the bunch.
Someone also bit Sandy’s ladies bits again. I blamed Reba last time, but she’s gone so it’s either Niles or Bianca. At least this time it didn’t happen right before she was due to have piglets.
I had a turkey die in a similar way once (she got her head stuck in the door of the rabbit hutch). Poultry are great, but I swear they are the stupidest creatures.
I hope your goat gets better. D:
goats are such dorks
There is no need for snow this late in March.
Hey everyone! I’m looking to follow any pet or farm themed blogs. Wildlife too. I don’t care if it’s photography or information or whatever. I’m interested in all of it. If you know of any good ones, could you send me a link?
Why do video games even have “press start” screens?
but I can’t sing Let it Go because the cold does, in fact, bother me very much.
I bought the HD remake of Tales of Symphonia. And I’m all excited to play it because it’s been a while and holy crap it’s in HD now!
And then I get home and I realize my TV is not in HD…