Registered in Ireland: Police in the state of New York called to a group of goats roaming on the road were probably expecting a difficult few hours of rounding them up. However, the rescue ended quite differently.
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When we got our first goats, I thought they would be kept much like horses or cattle… hay, clean water, annual vaccines, salt lick, regular de-worming, good to go Then I met Carol Inkster and learned that there is much more to goat care than I knew was possible. She said yes, and the rest is history!
Officers responded to West Street Monday night for a report of a loose goat, but the goat ended up finding them. You must log in to post a comment. Live WBZ Newscasts.
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Yesterday, our mama goat, Muzet gave birth to four healthy kids. Witnessing the kids come into this world was an incredible sight. With weather in the 50s and the sun shining it felt like spring had arrived.
But some hikers continue to act poorly around the goats, ignoring the signs posted at the trailhead and the educational effort to prevent the elimination of the goats. Already people have forgotten or choose to ignore that the trail was closed two years ago after two hikers were injured by goats habituated by thoughtless hikers who had previously offered the animals food or a chance to lick sweat of their packs or bodies. Lethal removal was considered by state and federal agencies.
Firefighters completed reinforcement of the fireline east of the fire and south along the Craig Creek Trail by burning out unburned fuel between the fire and the fireline. Firefighters also completed work on hazardous fuel removal around structures and debris cleanup. The fire will continue to burn as it moves through unburned fuels between the fire perimeter and constructed firelines and natural fuel breaks.
Located along U. Highway 2, approximately two miles southeast of the Walton Ranger Station, is an exposed riverbank where mountain goats and other animals come to lick the mineral-laden cliffs. From the parking area, a short paved path leads to an observation stand overlooking the waters of the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.