Where strange fact and stranger fiction collide
We interrupt your regular diet of comic books, sci fi and Lovecraft to bring you things I learned living on a goat farm (With cute pictures)
Farmer’s log: Goats are going to crap in their water bucket, it is my sacred job not to judge.
Farmer’s log: A smart goat can be a dangerous goat.
Farmer’s log: Baby goats have all the best aspects of kittens and puppies, when they grow up they can however be stinkers.
Farmer’s log: Goats blame you for all changes in the weather.
Farmer’s log: If you are twenty minutes late with dinner, it seems like forever to a goat.
Farmer’s log: To a goat the best thing to eat is food being eaten by another goat.
Farmer’s log: It is hard to be a sheep on a goat farm.
Farmer’s log: After a mama goat has two babies, she often likes to hold on to the third for a few minutes, so she can you surprise you when its born, and you didn’t know she had triplets. . They are thoughtful that way.
Farmer’s log: Everyone in the family wants to name the new goat something deferent than the rest of the family does. .
Farmer’s log: Goats may act like they don’t appreciate it when you sing to them, but secretly they do.
Farmer’s log: Alfalfa and hay are not the same thing.
Farmers log: An adult goat will always be disappointed with you, it is a farmer’s job to make it as less disappointed as possible.
Farmer’s log: Weaponized goats are a bad idea.
Farmer’s log: All goats are born with an amazing sense of rhythm.
Farmer’s log: To a goat no matter when you take them breakfast, it is ten minutes late.
Farmer log: Goats will find the only thing on a farm that could make them sick and immediately eat it.
Farmer’s log: Head buts are a goat’s way of saying I love you.
Farmer’s Log: All goats are born with the innate knowledge of the tactical importance of high ground.