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Not mean, allowing them to decide if they like it without preconceptions. DD2 is fine with goat but there are a lot of things commonly eaten in the USA she's turned down because she's never had it before thus knows she won't like it.
:(:idunno:hu:th:he:barnie:duc DS's GF's daughter is worse than your DD2... totally ridiculous at 12 to only be willing to eat like 5 things and most of them not good for you.
 

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No pictures of the new ram and ewe?
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About five months old I think. They’re beginning to mingle with the flock but avoid the dogs who ignore them.
 

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About five months old I think. They’re beginning to mingle with the flock but avoid the dogs who ignore them.
They are gorgeous! I would love to have some spotted up Katahdins like this! Spotted up Kats are out there, I don't have any, but they are out there. A little eye candy doesn't hurt a thing.
 

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:(:idunno:hu:th:he:barnie:duc DS's GF's daughter is worse than your DD2... totally ridiculous at 12 to only be willing to eat like 5 things and most of them not good for you.
Well... we already all knew we didn't agree with her life or parenting choices.

:lol:

Yeah... stuff like that doesn't fly at my house.
 

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Morning guys, going to try and get my spelling right today :lol: Went for a nine mile run this morning, and now getting ready for class. I certainly miss having chores and being in the barn. But life is great here.
I hope you have some really good running shoes. I used to run several miles almost daily. Not 9 miles, but 3-4. That, along with other "living life" activities put me where I am today. Constant pain, arthritis as a response to all the abuse, cartilage all gone and going for knee replacement. It will be better than what I have now, but won't be better than what I had before I messed it up.
 

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I hope you have some really good running shoes. I used to run several miles almost daily. Not 9 miles, but 3-4. That, along with other "living life" activities put me where I am today. Constant pain, arthritis as a response to all the abuse, cartilage all gone and going for knee replacement. It will be better than what I have now, but won't be better than what I had before I messed it up.
I definitely invested in some good quality shoes. Hopefully having matured a little more now, my body is handling the abuse a bit better. I spent a few years unable to do significant milage and always sore. I wouldn't doubt that my body has taken a bit of abuse over the years, but hopefully I have kept it smart. Also just another reason that I am trying to accomplish a few goals right now before it all catches up to me. Hopefully it will all be ok in the future.
 

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