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Author Topic: Treats for goats.  (Read 5085 times)


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Re: Treats for goats.
« Reply #15 on: June 30, 2014, 10:16:05 pm »
Looking forward to trying some of these with my girls. :P

Interestingly the lady who didn't seem to like the horsey treats seems to have acquired the taste for them! Think she felt left out. ::)  After watching the other 3 mug me for them she tried one last night, chewed it for a bit and then spat it out ::) . Today she was front of the queue for them and the one who almost knocked me off my stool trying to sneak the crumbs out of my pocket! She's a funny madam and defiantly is determined to stay aloof from the shenanigans of the others until she realises it means she's missing out!  :innocent:


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