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    Good looking oberhalsi and toggenburg? I think the light one is a togg.

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    I've had great luck myself. But I had a bad deal of luck with some domestic dogs killing 3 out of five of my goats while I was away from camp. But I won't give up I'll do it again.

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    Very interesting, I may have to train some goats to haul out the sheds that my antler dog finds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigpros View Post
    Good looking oberhalsi and toggenburg? I think the light one is a togg.
    Someone knows their goats Its an Ober and an Alpine. The Ober is pushing 190 lbs and the Alpine is 175 and strong as an ox... Well ok, a big goat.

 

 

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