The Year Of The Goat

She does not own a goat, but she felt a kinship with Ms. Lauricella and her herd.
“I know there are stereotypes: They eat cans and smell bad,” said William Kowalik, a representative of the American Goat Society.
A friend suggested she get a goat, saying their milk was easy to digest.
Perhaps the most difficult part of owning a goat is finding a neighborhood zoned for farm animals.
“They learn the order, and if you don’t follow it, they will pout.” If a goat sniffs another goat’s food, “they’ll walk off and refuse to eat,” he said.

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