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   Undertoad  Friday Jan 28 01:15 PM

1/28/2005: Goose and goat mate



Put this one in the "SAPPY" category. The owners of this goat in Napa, CA say that the male goose here landed with the herd a few years ago, settled on this one female goat and never left her side.

The question is why she puts up with him, but I'm sure she's deaf by now.



helen  Friday Jan 28 01:30 PM

Yup, I've got a goat and a horse that have bonded in the same manner. They both get a bit freaked out if they are not in visual contact.



LabRat  Friday Jan 28 01:43 PM

wonder what the goose does if another boy goat tries to hit on her?



chainsaw  Friday Jan 28 01:58 PM

I always wondered why goat's poop comes out like little marbles. They don't poop them out one at a time. It's like a trap door opens and they just come pouring out. I don't get it.



404Error  Friday Jan 28 02:04 PM

When I first looked at the picture I would've sworn the female was the one with it's mouth open doing the yapping.



Elspode  Friday Jan 28 03:54 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by chainsaw
I always wondered why goat's poop comes out like little marbles. They don't poop them out one at a time. It's like a trap door opens and they just come pouring out. I don't get it.
This statement seems vaguely familiar. Didn't we ponder this at one time here on The Cellar?


MAdMoNKEY  Friday Jan 28 04:10 PM

Looks to me like a Wet Willy in the making...



Troubleshooter  Friday Jan 28 11:45 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by chainsaw
I always wondered why goat's poop comes out like little marbles. They don't poop them out one at a time. It's like a trap door opens and they just come pouring out. I don't get it.
Maybe they're just bezoar stones that don't pass inspection.


chrisinhouston  Saturday Jan 29 09:57 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Undertoad
The owners of this goat in Napa, CA say that the male goose here landed with the herd a few years ago...

How do they know it is a male goose? Did they look under it's feathers? Geese don't have different plumage based on sex; that is, in most bird species the male will be the colorful one with the bright plumage and the female the more subtle earth tone colored one.


busterb  Saturday Jan 29 10:10 AM

Maybe it don't lay eggs.



chrisinhouston  Saturday Jan 29 10:18 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by busterb
Maybe it don't lay eggs.
Perhaps, but we won't know until they get back to their northern summer stomping ground, and since this is in CA it probably flies the Pacific flyway to Alaska or Siberia.


binky  Saturday Jan 29 08:39 PM

Hmm looks a bit like my husband trying to get a point across to me when I don't feel like hearing it



Cyber Wolf  Sunday Jan 30 11:22 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Undertoad
The owners of this goat in Napa, CA say that the male goose here landed with the herd a few years ago, settled on this one female goat and never left her side.
Sounds like the kind of guy who declares boyfriend status then hangs around and is as difficult to get rid of as a burr in a patch of very shaggy fur.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Undertoad
The question is why she puts up with him, but I'm sure she's deaf by now.
Might have something to do with the goat/goose language barrier. Maybe she wants to tell him to bugger off but he just doesn't understand. Of course, a few well placed kicks should get the message across. And being female AND a goat, she should be able to do that no problem


Torrere  Monday Jan 31 02:07 AM

Maybe the sex is good.



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