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Bohn Jarritt · · The 405 · Joined Oct 2016 · Points: 1,084

For a failed attempt at a troll thread things sure have gone civil.

Looks like this thread should be re-titled......

The goat list, another Tradiban failure. 

m Mobes · · MDI, ME · Joined Mar 2006 · Points: 905
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Jaren Watson · · Idaho · Joined May 2010 · Points: 2,506
. Mobes wrote: ***WARNING***- CLICKING THE LINK BRINGS YOU TO BEARBREEDERS YOUPORN PAGE

You misspelled ***BONUS***.

Tradican · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2019 · Points: 0
John Barritt wrote: For a failed attempt at a troll thread things sure have gone civil.

Looks like this thread should be re-titled......

The goat list, another Tradiban failure. 

One is quiet when goats trad harder. 

Bill Lawry · · Albuquerque, NM · Joined Apr 2006 · Points: 1,667
Tradican wrote:

One is quiet when goats trad harder. 

Tradican - troll of a troll?  I guess it really is turtles all the way down.

Tradiban · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2004 · Points: 11,510
Tim Stich wrote:

I rap on mine when route setting, and I don't even fix my rope. How do I do it?

Use the top rope, tie into one end, attach Gri to other, ascend and rap as needed.

Tim Stich · · Colorado Springs, Colorado · Joined Jan 2001 · Points: 1,477
Tradiban wrote:

Use the top rope, tie into one end, attach Gri to other, ascend and rap as needed.

Exactly. And this technique is most useful for equipping your freshly toproped sport route line with bolts solo, so your friend can go do something else.

Cryin Sheridan · · Western US · Joined Jan 2019 · Points: 1
Tim Stich wrote:

Exactly. And this technique is most useful for equipping your freshly toproped sport route line with bolts solo, so your friend can go do something else.

This requires you to have a friend.

Paul Morrison · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Nov 2006 · Points: 10
Reformed Troll wrote:

This requires you to have a friend.

A seven-word work of art. Initially it seemed more aggressive and directed than the more vague, but more arch, alternative: "This requires one to have a friend." Now I'm wondering. Two trolls in one!

Buck Rio · · MN · Joined Jul 2015 · Points: 11
Fritz :-) wrote:

Haha, so true! I lived on a commune that raised Boers in Montrose nine years ago. We do sell the wethers, but most of these become milkers, sherpas and lawnmowers. Do you still have a 

Western Culture Farmstead and Creamery, Paonia.

I spent summers on my Grandpa's farm, he had Boers to clear scrub land for beef cattle. They could literally get out of anything we threw at them. Fascinating creatures, and the buck, named Billy, was about as smelly as they come, but very friendly and always wanted a scratch.  He loved watermelon and would move all the other goats out to get to it.

And I don't think you can turn a wether into a milker...  
Fritz Nuffer · · The Western Slope · Joined Mar 2012 · Points: 430
Buck Rio wrote:

I spent summers on my Grandpa's farm, he had Boers to clear scrub land for beef cattle. They could literally get out of anything we threw at them. Fascinating creatures, and the buck, named Billy, was about as smelly as they come, but very friendly and always wanted a scratch.  He loved watermelon and would move all the other goats out to get to it.

And I don't think you can turn a wether into a milker...  

I'll have to try watermelon on ours! We fed the babies some sauerkraut the other day and they loved it (must be the Swedish background in the Saanens). 

and yes, that would require quite the genetic acrobatics to milk a wether ;-)
Buck Rio · · MN · Joined Jul 2015 · Points: 11
Fritz :-) wrote:

I'll have to try watermelon on ours! We fed the babies some sauerkraut the other day and they loved it (must be the Swedish background in the Saanens). 

and yes, that would require quite the genetic acrobatics to milk a wether ;-)

Obviously you will have to bust it open for them...

Tradiban · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2004 · Points: 11,510

STOP GOING OFF TOPIC!!!!

Nate Doyle · · Sierra Foothills · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 39
Artful Dodger wrote: Hey Fritz any experience with sheep, my brother has one that keeps ramming everything he sees, any suggestions?

Do you seriously not know who Fritz is? He's the mother fracking Bovidae whisperer!

Nate Doyle · · Sierra Foothills · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 39
Artful Dodger wrote: UHHHH mmkay, pologies Natester,

Oh enlightened one your humble servant begs an virtual audience, what say ye, about the ram that is?

I forgive you. I just hope Fritz wasn't too offended. 

Fritz, forgive him: for he know not what he does.

Fehim Hasecic · · Boulder, CO · Joined Jun 2013 · Points: 155
Artful Dodger wrote: Hey Fritz any experience with sheep, my brother has one that keeps ramming everything he sees, any suggestions?

Buck Rio · · MN · Joined Jul 2015 · Points: 11
Fehim Hasecic wrote:

Eating an adult male sheep would probably not taste that good.

Fehim Hasecic · · Boulder, CO · Joined Jun 2013 · Points: 155
Buck Rio wrote:

Eating an adult male sheep would probably not taste that good.

Rocky Mountain oysters do taste great

Fritz Nuffer · · The Western Slope · Joined Mar 2012 · Points: 430
Artful Dodger wrote: Hey Fritz any experience with sheep, my brother has one that keeps ramming everything he sees, any suggestions?

I don’t have any experience with sheep but our boys are all bottle-fed and snuggled thrice daily from birth, which makes them very tractable and docile around people. Our 200lb bucks, Albert and Chuck, will headbutt and rear up on each other all day, but around me and herdmaster Dave, they still think of themselves as wee little lapgotez. We can lead both of them by hand away from the does and alfalfa fields when social hour is over. Sometimes they take a bit of wrangling to persuade to come in, but they’re never aggressive toward us.

Buck Rio · · MN · Joined Jul 2015 · Points: 11
Fritz :-) wrote:

I don’t have any experience with sheep but our boys are all bottle-fed and snuggled thrice daily from birth, which makes them very tractable and docile around people. Our 200lb bucks, Albert and Chuck, will headbutt and rear up on each other all day, but around me and herdmaster Dave, they still think of themselves as wee little lapgotez. We can lead both of them by hand away from the does and alfalfa fields when social hour is over. Sometimes they take a bit of wrangling to persuade to come in, but they’re never aggressive toward us.

Dude, that yellow tinge on his face and neck is PEE. They like to wee on themselves during rutting season, for reasons known only to them. 

Which is why you don't ever want the bucks around the does if you are milking them...it gives the milk a certain~~~> funkiness.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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