October 9, 2021

Chewers of Cud

Goats are appealing until they try to eat your clothing... or your pocketbook or your camera!

I compiled some pictures of ruminants for this post. The giraffe image shows a glass mosaic. The goats, cow, and sheep are on local farms. The deer was standing along Skyline Drive.





18 comments:

  1. Fine images!
    Once upon a time I kept goats . . .

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  2. Hello,
    Wonderful critters and photos. The little girl and the goat photo is cute. I am sure she did not want her dress eaten. I love the farm animals. The Giraffe glass mosaic is pretty. Great captures of the deer in Shenandoah. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, have a great new week! PS, I appreciate the comment and visit.

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  3. Gostei bastante destas belas fotografias e das irrequietas cabras.
    Um abra├žo e bom Domingo.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    Livros-Autografados

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  4. There are lawns around here that could use a goat.

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  5. My favorite is the first one - goats do like to climb up on top of things!
    And the two sheep by the fence - a pretty scene!

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  6. A little too close for comfort...the goat! heehee!

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  7. I've seen goat herds brought to clear out vines in a forest near a school...just fenced in for a while and they clear out all the low vegetation.

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  8. Goats love to stand on things. We saw some at a farm once and they were rather funny to watch.

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  9. such a sweet looking little girls. the cow, lambs and deer are beautiful!!

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  10. Enjoyable scenes for sure. The little girl with the hungry goat is my favorite.

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  11. Goats are voracious, that's for sure! Love the pale colored deer.

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  12. A nice selection of critters.

    All the best Jan

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  13. lol, a top shot! :) Goats always seem to want to be On top!

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