Monday, January 9, 2017

big horns / little horns

Ben latest tip to tip measurement...67 3/8" - and he knows how to use them.  With age comes wisdom.  Brownie only has 1" horns and this is already the second time they have gotten him in trouble.  Kids will be kids.  65,75,32,0,B  

8 comments:

John Wells said...

Note: I cleared away any hay outside the fence so he won't do this again...hopefully.

Hollis said...

So Ben's horns are as wide as I am tall!

John Wells said...

Hollis...it was bound to happen sooner or later.

Gene Adcock said...

John, You commented that: "Ben knew how to use his horns". Tell us if he tries to bump you around or if it seems dangerous to be too close.



Steve said...

John- The best way to free a trapped goat in the fence? Turn his head and get his nose pointed back through the fence. May not be important information now, but give a few more inches on those horns....

John Wells said...

Ben tries to push me with his horns sometimes...but he is always very careful about it and he knows exactly how long his horns are. The only thing to watch out for is when he suddenly swings his head because a fly is bothering him.

Jon P said...

The other goats are lookin at him like sayin "Dumb AZZ!"

Zole said...

Too bad you can't rubber dip his horns? Like the stuff they dip tool handles in? It's called Plasti dip.