Just kidding around…I’m the G.O.A.T!(Greatest of all time)


Goats are two types, mountain goats and domesticated goats.

Domesticated goats are farm animals used for milk, meat, fur and skin.

Mountain goats inhabit mountains and are much heavier and larger.

Goats are unique creatures in their own right.

Are you aware of goat jargon?

  • A newborn baby goat is called a kid (of either sex)
  • Buckling is a young male goat of less than one year of age
  • Buck is a male goat of over 1 year of age
  • Doeling is a young female goat of less than a year old
  • Doe is a female goat of over 1 year of age
  • Wether is a castrated male goat

Some interesting facts about goats

  • They have a natural instinct to climb and explore nature, and have an excellent balance, especially with narrow ledges and tree branches
  • They are highly adaptable animals
  • They are excellent weed controllers
  • Goats have rectangular pupils helping in the broader field of vision and excellent depth perception
  • Goats are used for milk, meat and fibre
  • Goats are sociable animals and hence get depressed when separated from their companions
  • Goats dislike water, I mean they leap over streams rather than step in
  • Goat’s vocalisation includes bleats, moans and screams.

Power of goat’s milk

“Goat’s milk is the closest thing out there to human breast milk. Plus, it is more easily digested than cow’s or soy milk. Giving goat’s milk to children is popular in Europe and other parts of the world.” Kristin Cavallari


“Look carefully at the goat sitting on the edge of the cliff: Everything that shows you the peace of being fearless is a great teacher for you! That goat is a teacher for you, respect him!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr Philo

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CFFC-Farm animal of any kind


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